Advanced Solutions International (ASI) has penned a deal with fundraising software provider, Donor Management, acquiring its assets in order to better reach small to medium not-for-profit organisations.
The agreement will give ASI, which has traditionally worked with larger organisations with its iMIS software, access to a broader scope of customers and allow Donor Management customers to benefit from new and emerging technologies for the not-for-profit sector.
ASI managing director, Asia-Pacific, Paul Ramsbottom, said the investment was part of the company’s ongoing plans for its future in the region.
He said existing customers’ use of either company’s products won’t be affected, and both businesses would continue to invest in and develop iMIS and Donor Management products.
All Donor Management staff will remain employed and migrate across to ASI, while Donor Management managing director, Andrew Stein, will continue to play an active role in the business.
“Donor Management has made the decision to team with ASI in the knowledge that it is committed to the development of the business and will continue to invest in professional expertise,” Stein said in a statement. “With our combined efforts, we can help our customers maximise the relationships they have with their donors, increase loyalty and enhance the value of their technology investments.”
ASI's iMIS software is used by about 280 not-for-profit organisations in the Asia-Pacific region, including, Cancer Council Victoria, National Breast Cancer Foundation, The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, The Royal Australian College Of General Practitioners, Surf Life Saving Foundation and The Tax Practitioners Board.