August 20, 2018. Madison Park Group (MPG) is pleased to announce the release of its H1 2018 Nonprofit & Association Software Market Update. Please click here for access to the report.
The nonprofit & association software landscape is transforming as organizations recognize the strategic value technology plays in the member lifecycle from acquisition through long-term retention and monetization. This underlying trend as well as the fragmented nature of the market has led to significant interest from members of the financial sponsor community seeking consolidation platforms.
MPG’s practice in nonprofit & association software is spearheaded by Jonathan Adler and Michael Magruder. Mr. Adler commented, “The requirements of member engagement in the nonprofit & association markets are rapidly changing, with technology being a core centerpiece of managing the member lifecycle. MPG is proud of our work in the nonprofit software landscape to date and we look forward to partnering with other firms seeking to transform their businesses through capital raising and M&A.”
MPG actively tracks the nonprofit & association software landscape and has been instrumental in strategic deals across the member engagement market. Through MPG's time in the space, we've noticed the following trends and developments:
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