Whether you receive an RFP through AMC Institute or another source, you can leverage your AMC Institute Membership. AMC Members must agree to abide by the AMC Institute Code of Ethics & Professional Practice and the AMC Institute Membership Eligibility Requirements. Both of these documents illustrate that your AMC is of a higher caliber than the average (non-member) AMC. AMC Institute strives to ensure that its members have the tools and resources to make these important promises to their clients.
These documents are available for members to download and include in their RFPs or on their company website, along with the AMC Institute logo.
AMC Institute Membership has proven successful for AMCs both small and large.
I’ve been a member of the AMC Institute for about three years. In that time, my business has grown from a staff of one to four. Yes, we’re still small, but for us, the accreditation process, getting involved on a task force, and attending professional development opportunities has helped exponentially.
I had never heard of the AMC Institute until three years ago and I have been blown away by the willingness of the members—large and small—to mentor, give advice, and share ideas. This generosity and friendliness was the number one reason I joined.
Through our accreditation, we have found that having that higher level of accountability and professionalism has given us an internal value proposition which has allowed us to attract new business.
SOS-Association Management Solutions
Kellen Company is a large AMC with many resources but AMCI is at the top of our resource list. It keeps us connected to industry trends, best industry practices and the newest services available from the AMC supplier community. If you are serious about growing your AMC business, participation in AMCI is a must.
Rick Cristol, President