When selecting a management company to empower your association, you’ve got a lot to consider – not the least of which is how the company compares to others offering similar services. Two organizations help to take some of the guesswork out of comparison-shopping, the AMC Institute (AMCi) and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). These highly regarded organizations award accreditation only after a rigorous review process ensuring that the management company delivers the highest level of professionalism. AMCi accreditation requires an independent audit of the company to verify that its processes and procedures meet or exceed the requirements established by the AMCi ANSI Standard.
AAI holds the distinction of being one of the first companies worldwide to be Charter Accredited by both AMCi and ASAE. AAI has been charter accredited and reaccredited by both organizations. AAI received the AMCi charter accreditation, one of only seven in the world at the time, on January 30, 2003. AAI was also named an ASAE-Charter Accredited Association Management Company at the American Society of Association Executives Conference on August 6, 2001, an honor bestowed on fewer than 30 companies around the world.
AAI holds the distinction of being among the very few companies worldwide that are Charter Accredited by both AMCi and ASAE. Learn about the AMCI Accreditation difference by clicking here.