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MemberClicks has been reinventing the membership software experience for small-staff organizations since 1998. We now serve more than 1,600 organizations throughout North America. Our team comes together every day in a passionate pursuit of the most refreshing technology experience possible.
If you think we're solely devoted to offering the best membership software possible, then you're only partially right. We spend just as much time brainstorming about and designing every facet of your experience with us.
A sales experience that'll leave you on a first-name basis with your solution advisor. An implementation that will amaze you as we tailor our solutions to your needs. A support team that is both accessible and proactive in finding out how to best serve you. And that's just the start.
See for yourself - if you're in Atlanta, stop by our office sometime and have lunch with us. We'll be glad to show you around.
Back in 1998, we noticed that while there were software providers focused on huge associations with deep pockets, no one was serving the smaller organizations, the thousands of groups across America that were run by small staffs. We built our company specifically to serve them.
We were the first company devoted to serving small staffs. You may find other companies vying for small-staffs' business, but you won't find another company more devoted to meeting their needs.
Small staffs are the best customers we could have. We like to show our thanks too.
We regularly hold contests and promotions geared towards small staffs. To show our appreciation, we give away iPads, spa days, computers and other prizes aimed to make the lives of small staffs easier.
We love to hear from you! If you'd like to reach out to us, by phone, email, in person, or using social media, click here for a full list of contact information.
MemberClicks Cares is our community-oriented service initiative of charitable work and contributions. We are involved with many different local community service groups including: Project Open Hand, the Ronald McDonald House, Convenant House and Lifeline Animal Project. It's not just our duty as responsible corporate citizens, it's what we believe is right. Outside of work, our employees also practice this behavior, supporting multiple charities and giving back to the community.
The attitude and approach a company has with its customers is usually reflective of what the corporate culture is like. That's why in addition to working incredibly hard at providing great software experiences, we simply have a lot of fun. If you don't enjoy where you work, then how in the world can you be expected to provide a refreshing experience to others?