Wild Apricot News: Wild Apricot Receives Top Marks for Ease of Setup and Ease of Use

Lori Halley 19 March 2008 0 comments

Web-based membership management software program for clubs, associations and non-profits wins accolades from independent product reviewers

Toronto, ON March 19, 2008 -- Wild Apricot, a fully integrated, turn-key website with integrated member database  is pleased to announce that it was recently awarded best marks for usability in a product round-up conducted by Idealware.

In its review, Idealware conducted an assessment of eight online service providers who offer a full range of integrated tools such as website, e-mail management,  membership database functionality, online donations, and event registration  management.

In the areas of Ease of Setup, Member Tracking and Website Content Management, Wild Apricot got the top marks among the reviewed software programs. In the area of Ease of Use, Wild Apricot got the overall best mark of all the products in the review.

"I am very happy to see Wild Apricot getting this recognition," said Dmitry Buterin, Chief Apricot and co-founder of BonaSource. "I attribute this achievement to our development philosophy: always listening to our clients and acting on the feedback."

"This 'agile development' methodology," he continued, "allowed us to release 17 Wild Apricot version updates in 2007 alone... and there are many more on the way."

Based in Portland, Maine, Idealware provides candid and independent reviews of software of interest to non-profit and other member-based organizations. Idealware provides a trusted and authoritative online guide that allows smaller organizations to be more effective in their use of software.

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Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

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Published Wednesday, 19 March 2008 at 1:28 PM

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