What makes SharePoint so appealing to Associations and Societies? It is well known that associations, and for this case societies, have a tight budget and limited staff, so looking from the planning and implementation point of view, staying within the approved budget and timeline, developing a successful CMS solution first time is vital.
This is where SharePoint comes in. Besides the obvious plethora of useful features SharePoint provides, the special pricing structure for Charitable Organizations (501(c)(3)) makes SharePoint very attractive. Most of associations or societies fall under Charitable Organizations licensing option.
Even though Microsoft doesn’t make it easy to get the reduced license price the effort is well worth it.
Here are the Programs for Charitable Organizations offered by Microsoft.
To emphasize SharePoint popularity amongst associations and societies I decided to continue the industry specific showcase we started awhile ago with this list of 50 inspiring and attractive examples of SharePoint websites in the aforementioned category.
If you’re in search for real world examples of SharePoint branding I hope this list will inspire you enough, if not check out other posts we published before in the Related Articles section at the bottom.
For people who would question the method this list was created, I feel obligated to reiterate that the list is updated automatically, based on our visitors ratings. To see the complete list of associations and societies with websites build on SharePoint platform click these two links: Associations and Societies