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Aptify rollout hits 26 state societies

May 04, 2015 Twenty-six state dental societies have implemented Aptify, the new software that is replacing outdated membership record systems, since it launched in 2014.

The Association has been rolling out the membership database software nationwide in an effort to increase member service on the front end and to allow for more integrated and efficient member records management on the back end.

As of April 2015, the 26 states are New Hampshire, Minnesota, Indiana, Florida, Connecticut, Arizona, Rhode Island, Vermont, Kentucky, New Mexico, Iowa, Arkansas, Colorado, Virginia, Nevada, North Carolina, Washington, Louisiana, Idaho, Mississippi, Washington D.C., Oregon, South Carolina, Maine, Alaska and Maryland.

More information about Aptify is available from Peter Bradley, director, Aptify Enterprise Solutions. Aptify is one of the components of information technology infrastructure improvements that the 2010 ADA House of Delegates authorized through a $23 special assessment.

In addition, two state dental societies have launched new websites using the ADA.org templates: North Carolina and New Hampshire. Vermont and Washington D.C. are scheduled to launch this summer.