Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 6 seconds

Review: MemberLeap Featured

Review: MemberLeap Kid Circus

Over the past few years businesses have begun to consolidate the number of software platforms they use in their security portfolio – conserving time trying to learn the nuances of multiple platforms; saving; money, and alleviating security risk from cyber threats. Nonprofits are no different – searching for a product that meets all of their needs. Combining member management, event organization and engagement all-in-one platform – MemberLeap hopes to be one of the only platforms that their clients need.


In Use:

MemberLeap was established by Vieth Consulting in 2000 and bills themselves as an association management system. They target both large and small not-for-profit organizations such as societies, associations, civic-organizations, charities, and nonprofits. A cloud-based software – MemberLeap has three distinct tools that their users can take advantage of.

MemberLeap is more well known for their member management services competing against other CRMs and association management solutions. Through the platform - users can track their donors through MemberLeap’s CRM, create invoices and automate payments; while also tracking and managing member data.

Users can also take advantage of their event management software capitalizing on their event registration tool, zoom interface, mobile app, and manage event volunteers. They similarly have tools to engage members with web design, newsletters, message boards and a text tool.

Regarding price – MemberLeap has various packages starting at $50 a month depending on a nonprofit’s needs – but considering that clients pay per feature – it could potentially add up. If you’re unsure if you can afford an association software like MemberLeap -try-before-you-buy with a free trial.

Technology Used:

Based in the cloud, the software is perfect for nonprofit organizations who want everything at their fingertips wherever they are. They also have a mobile app for both androids and apple devices that can be used on the go.

Ease of Use:

Association management softwares and CRMs in general aren’t known for being intuitive. Data migration can be a hassle no matter which CRM a nonprofit organization chooses. MemberLeap has email support, phone support and chat features to help their clients better navigate the tool.

To learn more about how to use the software – users can watch videos, download assets and attend webinars.

Recap:

MemberLeap, an association management software helps nonprofit organizations manage, engage and market to their donor base. With various packages this software is great for small to large nonprofit organizations and can work with MemberLeap to pick a package that’s right for them.

Known for their CRM feature, MemberLeap allows users to create invoices, collect payment, send newsletter and even host websites. Other features of MemberLeap include event registration, volunteer management, data tracking, and space to collaborate with other volunteers.

Advantages:

  • While CRMs can be hard to navigate – MemberLeap has various ways to ask for help – whether that’s phone support, chat features, trainings, and assets to learn about the program.
  • All-in-one software allows nonprofits to save time by automating processes like emails, billing, and calendars.

Disadvantage:

  • Like many CRMs there is a learning curve associated with MemberLeap
  • Make sure that you look into all of the different add-ons that MemberLeap has – and budget that into the overall cost when making your decision

My Opinion”

Deciding on a CRM shouldn’t be taken lightly. Make sure that before you decide on MemberLeap that they have the ability to migrate your data, and can show you how to navigate their platform. What I do like about the platform is that small to large nonprofits can customize their package to fit their needs so they’re not paying for services they don’t want and are only paying for those that they do.

Before deciding on whether or not to purchase MemberLeap – don’t forget that they offer a free trial.

Read 457 times
Rate this item
(0 votes)
Danielle Loughnane

Danielle Loughnane earned her B.F.A. in Creative Writing from Emerson College and has currently been working in the data science field since 2015. She is the author of a comic book entitled, “The Superhighs” and wrote a blog from 2011-2015 about working in the restaurant industry called, "Sir I Think You've Had Too Much.” In her spare time she likes reading graphic novels and snuggling with her dogs.

Visit other PMG Sites:

click me
PMG360 is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data we collect from our subscribers/agents/customers/exhibitors and sponsors. On May 25th, the European's GDPR policy will be enforced. Nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed, however, we have made a few changes. We have updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to make it easier for you to understand what information we collect, how and why we collect it.