About 123Signup AMS
123Signup provides web-services for nonprofits to bring their basic membership management and event registration services on-line. The core services include for membership enrollment, renewal, profile updates, event registration, donation, and on-line credit card processing. Member self-service increases member convenience while freeing up staff to focus on the primary mission of the organization. These services can be deployed quickly without any up-front capital investment.
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123Signup AMS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was 123Signup AMS founded?
123Signup AMS was founded in 1999.
Where is 123Signup AMS's headquarters?
123Signup AMS's headquarters is located at 2480 North First Street, San Jose.
What is 123Signup AMS's latest funding round?
123Signup AMS's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did 123Signup AMS raise?
123Signup AMS raised a total of $9M.
Who are the investors of 123Signup AMS?
Investors of 123Signup AMS include Scale Venture Partners and ONSET Ventures.
Who are 123Signup AMS's competitors?
Competitors of 123Signup AMS include Eventbrite and 7 more.
Compare 123Signup AMS to Competitors
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RegOnline provides online registration and member management software and services.
VenueSpot: An online marketplace where venues bid to host your events.
SeatGeek operates a ticket search site that aggregates the web's sports (MLB, NHL, NFL, and NBA), concert, and theater ticket listings into a single place and overlays those tickets on interactive seating charts. SeatGeek has developed Deal Score technology to identify which tickets for an event are the best bargains. The company also provides analytics about sports and concert tickets sold on the secondary market. As a feature for power users interested in optimally timing ticket buying, the company uses proprietary algorithms to forecast how ticket prices will move over time, enabling users to buy when prices are lowest. It was founded in 2009 and is based in New York, New York.
SquadUP develops a platform of hosting and planning events. SquadUP's real-time messaging system allows users to notify guests and help them plan accordingly. SquadUP streamlines the process of collecting the money for events and provides users with the ability to track funding every step of the way.
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