Greater Franklin County Chamber Upgrades to Chamber Master
Hampton, Iowa – Jan. 7, 2013 – MicroNet, Inc. the market leader of Chamber of Commerce Management Software is announcing the addition of their 1400th customer, the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce in Iowa. The Chamber’s Executive Director, Brook Boehmler is deploying ChamberMaster to help fulfill their mission to support the county seat’s economic growth by improving the quality of life and business climate in the Franklin County area. “As chambers like ours look ahead to maintaining relevance to the business communities we serve, we find it increasingly important to be able to automate our office processes,” stated Boehmler. MicroNet CEO Scott Juranek commented, “We’re delighted to be partnering with such a historic chamber and are especially pleased to be powering their mobile strategy through MyChamberApp.”
The Greater Franklin County Chamber, after continuing to grow in a down economy, went to the market to implement software to not only to provide a service and benefit to their Chamber members but they also manage Franklin County Tourism and the Hampton Main Street district and program. ““I’m excited to hear that the Chamber has found a program that will be easy for their members to use and help them promote their businesses. Tourism is looking forward to utilizing the program to help promote what is available in greater Franklin County," stated outgoing Franklin County Tourism President Donnis Borcherding.
The Chamber manages three distinct organizations and will be able to utilize Chamber Master to leverage limited staff and continue to fulfill their vision of supporting business, encouraging Tourism and energizing Main Street. “We looked at many different programs and chose Chambermaster because of their powerful software package. In addition, they are a valued partner to help us look beyond what we currently do and create a magnificent future for our members as well. These kind of partnerships only help to strengthen what the Chamber is providing to our members and the Greater Franklin County community,” stated Communications Director Deb Brown.
MicroNet’s core web-based services, ChamberMaster and MemberZone, enable chambers and other member-based organizations to manage their day-to-day office and member services more efficiently and comprehensively than with off-the-shelf software. By offering member businesses marketing tools such as Search Engine Optimized (SEO) chamber website designs, enhanced member directory listings, hot deals, and online advertising, ChamberMaster and MemberZone fills the needs of businesses to be easily found by customers and prospects, plus driving traffic to those businesses, in addition to helping them make key business connections. “We’re excited to bring these tools to our members. It’s a new year and a great time to move forward with new ideas and plans. In addition, we’ll be working with Chamber member IStop Tech Shop to provide the hands on merging of data provided to a new website for the Chamber,” stated Megan Rosenberg, incoming Chamber Board President.MicroNet Staff