Abila + Aptify + YourMembership Welcome to CommunityBrands!

Inside NGO

NOTE: This is not a NetHope-sponsored webinar and is posted as a courtesy.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm (US East)

Abila is a popular fund accounting financial management software system used by many nonprofits and associations.

In early April 2017 Abila, Aptify and YourMembership joined to create a unified family of not-for-profit solutions under the new name CommunityBrands. NimbleUser was later added to the family of CommunityBrands. 

Since these events were announced, we have received an outpouring of inquiries from the Abila community to help them understand what this may mean for them as an Abila user or prospective user.  There was also a desire to become better educated on YourMembership and the other CommunityBrands solutions, because of the overlap in many of the feature sets.  This conversation will be presented over two webinars, the first focusing on Abila, and the next on YourMembership.

Who should attend:

Existing or prospective Abila users as well as existing YourMembership users who want to learn more about Abila and what it has to offer to your organization.  

Please join us on Tuesday, June 13th from 2:00PM – 3:00PM ET when an expert panel will discuss these events, solutions, industry insights and what you can do to mitigate risks and benefit from new opportunities presented by this merger.


Ben Martin, Chief Engagement Officer (CAE) is founder of The Not-for-profit Investments Research Department (theNIRD.org), a website that tracks mergers, acquisitions, and investment activity in the NFP technology market. Ben has nearly 20 years of experience in the NFP sector, including 12 years as a membership, communications, and marketing executive. In addition to writing for theNIRD.org, Ben is CEO of Online Community Results, a consultancy that specializes in helping nonprofits use private social networks to achieve their missions and earn ROI.

Jane Houle is a Chicago-based financial professional with 28 years of experience in both the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors. With an emphasis on process improvement, operational efficiency and technology utilization in non-profit and governmental organizations, Jane has assisted 100's of organizations in implementing and fully utilizing accounting and fundraising software including social service agencies, libraries, health clinics, schools, professional associations, governmental agencies, museums and theaters. Currently, Jane is the Nonprofit Solutions Practice Director at Net@Work.