Bostrom is pleased to announce re-accreditation through the AMC Institute, demonstrating its commitment to the highest level of professional management services and operational and ethical best practices.
“AMCI’s accreditation and the accompanying process of continuous improvement is in complete alignment with our culture of lifelong learning, innovation and operational excellence,” said Randy Lindner, president, Bostrom. “We are committed to not only meeting but exceeding these industry standards, taking our clients’ missions and goals to new levels.”
Administered by AMC Institute, AMC Institute Accreditation is recognized and supported by ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership and is based on the ANSI Standard of Good Practices for the AMC Industry. Only 81 of the more than 500 Association Management Companies (AMCs) worldwide have achieved this designation as the recognized choice of association and not-for-profit organizations.
ANSI requires that the standard be reviewed and updated regularly to remain an approved standard. Measurable performance practices include contracts and service delivery; employee recruitment, training and professional development; and financial management and internal controls, among others. AMCs must earn re-accreditation every four years, demonstrating to an independent outside auditor that they continue to meet the standard. For more about AMC Institute accreditation, visit https://www.amcinstitute.org/accreditation.
Bostrom is a professional services firm providing management, outsourcing and consulting services to professional societies, trade associations, foundations, and other not-for-profit organizations from offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C. As a boutique firm providing tailored, personalized services built upon a close-knit culture of diverse and talented people, Bostrom delivers cutting-edge, long-term solutions with proven results. Bostrom is passionate about and dedicated to its mission to transform organizations through client experience, culture and value.