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NetForum offers affordable pricing

No surprises, fixed costs

Associations need to be extra careful with their budgets and control future costs the best they can. The NetForum fee structure supports your bottom line with a fixed-cost structure. 

Control your budget and future costs.

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NetForum is robust Association Management Software (AMS) at a great price

Partnering with NetForum is an investment in your organization’s future 

NetForum offers limitless flexibility on a modern, future-proof architecture built in partnership with Microsoft Azure. And unlike some other AMSs, NetForum has a built-in CRM so no external licensing is needed. You pay the same price for your members, no matter how many you have. You also get extensive AMS functionality including:

  • Membership Management
  • Marketing
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • Subscriptions
  • Event Management
  • Committees
  • Fundraising Management
  • Inventory
  • Nucleus data analytics and membership dashboards
  • Accounting
  • eWeb Self Service Member Portal

Get the features your association needs

NetForum is robust Association Management Software
NetForum can be implemented in about 16 weeks

NetForum can be implemented in about 16 weeks

Need a new AMS now?

Take advantage of our optimized adoption, designed to have your organization up and running on NetForum faster with a pre-configured environment and support to grow over time. As an added bonus, the templated version allows us to offer you NetForum at a lower cost.

NetForum can be implemented in about 16 weeks

NetForum Customers love us

Learn how you can join the NetForum family. 

“With our old system, I was frequently spending time fixing issues. With NetForum, we have a modern and scalable system that just works, so I can focus on activities that are important to my role, such as rolling out new programs.”
Matthew Needham, Director of Information Technology

American Mensa