QuickMobile, the global leader in mobile enterprise meeting and event apps, formed a strategic partnership with YourMembership.com.
YourMembership.com, which works with more than 4,300 clients (supporting 20 million members) worldwide, will market and sell mobile event applications to associations, non-profits and other member-based organizations. The company will leverage QuickMobile’s enterprise-grade, mobile app and analytics platform.
“After a thorough review of the leading mobile event app providers, QuickMobile made our strategic partnership an easy decision,” said JP Guilbault, CEO, YourMembership. “QuickMobile has a tremendous reputation, unrivaled technology and vision that is aligned with ours. Events are a significant driver of revenue for member-based organizations and by offering QuickMobile’s technology integrated with our member engagement platform, our customers will be able to conduct their events much more efficiently, provide significant value to their members through an enhanced mobile experience, and utilize their data to drove deeper, more meaningful interactions with their membership.”
YourMembership’s Membership Services platform has been tightly integrated with QuickMobile’s new 2.0 platform. This allows YourMembership.com clients to take advantage of a fully integrated registration and mobile event app solution as well as all the other association services that YourMembership offers.
“With more than 90,000 associations in North America, no one company can serve the entire market alone, which is why it is important that we find the right partners with the capabilities, experience and customer base to help us continue as the leading provider of mobile event apps in this space,” said Craig Brennan, CEO, QuickMobile. “YourMembership.com is a huge player in the association market and an important partner that allows us to continue to provide associations with the best mobile event apps while we focus our direct efforts on enterprise clients. We’re very excited about this new technology partnership and what it brings to membership-based organizations.”