And Fall In Love With Automation

February 14, 2023 bee-icon1:00 p.m. ET bee-iconVirtual

Have you been using the same AMS or CRM for years? Are you starting to see some of the negative effects of having outdated data or duplicate records? Is the quality of your data harming your ability to make reliable, data-driven decisions?

Like in any relationship, ongoing problems will only get worse until you address them. Stop ignoring the red flags associated with your data and cut ties with manual data clean up. We don’t need Cupid’s arrow to know that you’ll fall in love with the quality of your data and the time and resources saved when you invest in the upkeep of your data through automation.

Join Sidney Galati, Bumblebee Account Executive, for an engaging and insightful (and, yes, free) webinar on February 14 at 1 p.m. ET. During the session, Sidney will cover everything from what data hygiene is to how automation plays a key role when cleaning your data. You’ll walk away a “BEEliever” in automated data clean up with an understanding of:

  • The importance of data hygiene,
  • The costs of dirty data,
  • Common data hygiene terms,
  • And how automation will take your data hygiene to the next level.

Investing in the upkeep of your data is just as important as investing in the system that holds your data, so why don’t more organizations put this approach into practice? Take the first steps towards getting your data quality back on track by signing up today and addressing any questions or concerns you may have about cleaning up your database.

Better quality data means better service for both customers and members alike – don’t wait another day to start improving yours! Dump the burden of manual data clean up and find a new mate in automation, so that your organization can focus on what’s important – reaching its goals.


Register for the webinar!


    Sidney Galati

    Account Executive

    Sidney is an Account Executive for Bumblebee. She previously worked in business development for an association management system and understands the ins and outs of an association’s core database. Sidney is originally from Springfield, VA but currently resides in Dallas, TX. She is a Radford University graduate and former Division 1 collegiate golfer who has a naturally competitive edge to her and seeks new challenges – data clean up now being one of them.