Membership Software for Labor Unions
Connecting members and union leaders live never before. With union management software that’s both intuitive and mobile, you can easily work in the system without working on it. Capture data, plan campaigns, and run reports from anywhere, at any time.
Member database software designed for labor unions to save time and increase efficiency
You don’t have to be an IT wizard to run accurate reports, create reliable views, or manage member contact info. From local volunteers to National leadership, everyone stays in control of the data to make informed decisions
From local access and dues processing to grievance management and organizing, our 21 out-of-the-box applications work with one another seamlessly, so your staff can too.
Accurate & reliable data
Capture and track member and financial information in a single database—or easily integrate Aptify with your favorite third parties—so you never lose vital data.
See how Aptify helped ALPA optimize its organization
The Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), recognized the need to fundamentally change its approach by abandoning a traditional ERP for Aptify.
Take control of your membership database with Aptify
Enhance convenience, connectivity, communication, and collaboration.
Accounting & dues processing
Manage dues, orders, invoices, products, packages, and general ledgers. All data is exportable to any major third-party accounting software package.
Local / affiliate management
Track an unlimited number of locals while handling both the internal requirements for tracking locals and components as well as web self-service needs of affiliate officers and members.
Track the entire cycle of grievance receipt through resolution in an integrated, workflow-oriented environment.
Event & convention management
Manage the full lifecycle of large and small events through the software, including planning, logistics, marketing, budgeting, and registration.
Highly configurable, upgradeable
The beauty of Aptify is that the technology makes a view so easily. I think that’s what separates it from the competition.Hassana Howe