Today, we’re very excited to announce that access to the UK’s most comprehensive membership management system, PaySubsOnline.com, is now FREE!
That’s right, there’s now no cost to accessing our exclusive tools (developed over 6 years) that can reduce membership admin by up to 80%.
Want to see the tools for yourself? Click here to take an Interactive Tour now.
Here’s just some of the things you can do for free today:
- Authorised officials can access the latest membership information online so no more batting spreadsheets between committee members.
- Accept member registrations online. Their information gets added automatically to your membership management system (or you can vet them first) so you don’t have to type paper forms in to spreadsheets.
- Provide members with a secure online account where they can update their information, saving you the job of cross checking renewal forms with last years spreadsheet.
- Send personalised group emails so no more relying on others to deliver messsages for you.
- Record offline payments like cash and cheques.
- See at a glance who has and hasn’t paid.
- Send automatic payment reminders.
- Accept online registrations for events and courses.
- Keep track of volunteer information, like DBS and first aid qualification info.
As our name suggests, the system also allows you to take payments online. If you choose to do that:
- You provide a convenient way for members to pay.
- Payments can be collected automatically (great for instalments or match fees)
- Payments are reconciled automatically.
- Your organisation can accept online donations and collect payment for a 100 Club (a form of a lottery).
- Cashflow is improved as payments are credited electronically.
We charge a small transaction fee for online payments, starting from 2.95%, the cost of which is normally covered by the increase in payment collection rates.
There has never been a better time to start saving time managing the membership. Get going by taking an interactive tour of our free membership management system today . . .