Kings College Old Boys Association (KCOBA) has adopted the Chams Membership Management System (CMMS) to optimally engage and manage its membership.
According to the identity management company, the CMMS is designed to automate member related processes including registration, member identification, member communication, event and activities, tracking, dues and fees payment, donations among others.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Dr Leke Oshunniyi, Vice-President of KCOBA expressed his delight at the full automation of the member management system of the old boys association.
“Building a fully integrated web community for members to connect, networks and engage with other members, stay up to date on happenings within the association is very welcome at this time and we are quite happy to be partnering with Chams PLC on this great initiative that is sure to enhance engagement and foster the growth of KCOBA and its members,” Oshuniyi says.
On his part, Olufemi Williams, Managing Director of Chams explained further that Chams PLC is excited to be signing on KCOBA on the membership management solution service “and we are wholly committed to the objective of this agreement,” he said.