INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 16, 2017) – WebLink President, CEO and Founder DJ Muller will host a Year in Review webinar for clients and WebLinkers on Tuesday, January 24 at 2pm EST. In 2016, WebLink experienced an outstanding year of growth releasing 102 new software enhancements and establishing itself as a thought leader in the association industry. The webinar will act as both a review, detailing the product enhancements made to WebLink Connect™ over the last year, as well as take a look into what improvements will be released in 2017.
“I’m privileged to lead a company that continues to set the standard for providing the best technology and tools for associations to better serve and represent their members, communities and causes,” said Muller. “This year is going to be our best yet.”
Beyond enhancements to its own product, WebLink will review the training and best practices that are regularly provided to support member-based organizations, the inaugural Light Year Awards program, and successes that organizations achieved through using WebLink Connect in the past year.
In the coming year, WebLink looks forward to upgrades to its browser technology, with innovative browser-based products scheduled to be released starting in Q1. Users can expect exciting updates to their events, tiered dues, and member benefits management modules – to name a few. To learn more about this exciting time for WebLink International, visit www.weblinkyearinreview.com.
In 2016, WebLink celebrated its 20th anniversary of providing cutting edge technology to membership based organizations. In the beginning, WebLink created the industry’s first interactive online membership directory. In addition to directories, initial offerings included real-time event calendars and website services to help member-based organizations create and build their brands with an impressive online presence. Today, WebLink offers much more – a complete, all-in-one AMS solution. We continue to lead the industry with innovative solutions that help associations acquire, engage and retain more members.<< Back to all news