Our meeting in Atlanta last week has to be the best conference ever – this year’s attendance of 850 clients was a record year. We were able to take more of our staff this year and when you include clients, staff, and exhibitors, there were 1000 people at the conference.
Have you ever planted a small seedling and stayed around long enough to see it develop into a mature tree? When my four children were small we let them pick out “their” tree to plant. Unfortunately we have moved to a different home and now can only get a glimpse of “their” tree when we drive past… Continue Reading »
Do you have long term employees at your church? These are the staff members that have been around the longest, and who have seen things change over the years? Well, I am one of the many examples at ACS Technologies of such an employee. I started in 1983, when the company had just six employees… Continue Reading »
With the passing of All Saints Sunday last weekend, I’d like to take time to remember the ACS Technologies employees that are no longer with us. This past year we lost two members of the ACS Team; Jim Wilmeth and Rev. Garvice Murphree. Jim was half of the “Wilmeth Training Duo” with Jeanette doing the training and Jim doing everything else… Continue Reading »
We are all reflecting on the sad news of the passing of Apple founder and visionary Steve Jobs. Having been in the computer industry for the entire duration on Steve Jobs career, I have to reflect some on the impact his work had on the church software market. Back in the early days at ACS… Continue Reading »
How do you get a company full of computer people to think about physical fitness? Like most software companies, we are all about spending our time at the computer finishing the next update, solving the latest problem, or helping someone on the west coast late into the evening. This leads to a sedentary lifestyle which takes… Continue Reading »
With something as important as your church management software, it seems to me that it’s worth taking the time to figure out what you don’t know. There are many ways to get information about what your ACS Technologies solutions are capable of. Here are four ideas for trying to stay in the loop.
Just because there’s a shared mission in a church workplace doesn’t necessarily mean people are happy with their work. It takes effort to keep church staff engaged and satisfied.
We researched some strategies for keeping your church staff happy so we could share the tips with you.
While I have always known that customer satisfaction is important in any business, the longer I work in the church market the more certain I am that nothing tops customer satisfaction as the key to long term success. Two weeks ago I attended the National Association of Church Business Administrators annual conference. Since over half… Continue Reading »
I am heading to our nation’s capital for this weekend’s conference of the National Association of Church Business Administrators. The conference is one that ACS Technologies routinely attends. With it being held in Washington DC on the 4th of July weekend, we had no problem finding staff from ACS that would volunteer to attend. We… Continue Reading »