“With his experience serving nonprofit and association customers, Gene is familiar with the strategic and financial decisions they have to make as they work to advance their missions and goals,” said
Prior to his current role at Bazaarvoice, Austin served as president and CEO of
Austin also served as
“I look forward to sharing my experiences and contributing to the future direction and growth of Abila, which has a decades-long history as a recognized industry leader and trusted partner to nonprofit, association, and government agency customers,” said Austin. “Abila’s enhanced product lineup and expanded partner ecosystem demonstrate the company’s tremendous momentum. With the collective experience and passion of the Abila team, we are well-positioned to deliver the transformative software and services that enable nonprofit organizations to advance their mission and goals.”
Abila partners with leaders of nonprofit organizations, associations and government agencies by providing a comprehensive suite of software solutions that help organizations advance their mission and goals, increase engagement with members, donors, and other constituents, more efficiently and effectively manage programs and operations, raise more money, and deliver financial accountability to their constituents. Organizations trust Abila to simplify and streamline accounting, grant management, donor and member engagement and large scale fundraising processes so they can perform their best work and focus on delivering their unique mission. For more information, please visit www.abila.com.
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