Timeshare technology developer, SPI Software, announced their support and participation with the Timeshare Board Members Association (TBMA). Richard Corso, SPI’s Chief Executive Officer, will be in attendance of the bi-annual conference, taking place October 16-18, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona.
“Since we first met in 2003, I have been a big fan of the important work Shep Altshuler and his team have been doing for timeshare owners and the industry through TimeSharing Today and now through TBMA. TBMA is a valuable resource for the education, and advancement of timeshare HOA stakeholders and their leadership. SPI Software is pleased and proud to back their vital efforts.” says Richard Corso, SPI CEO.
Shep Altshuler, TBMA founder and president, says “the bi-annual conferences are our way to unite and educate the board members of owner-controlled timeshare resorts. It’s an exciting time to be in the vacation ownership industry, and we’re eager to have the industry leaders, like SPI Software, support our mission.”
About SPI Software
Founded in 1978, SPI Software provides resort developers and operators of timeshare, vacation clubs and mixed use properties with Web-based and Microsoft.NET-based software solutions.
SPI’s flagship software product, Orange Enterprise, includes modules for marketing, sales, property management (PMS), finance, maintenance fee and receivables servicing, centralized reservations (CRS), owner services, advanced web reporting and website applications. SPI’s Orange HOA delivers complete property management with web based dues invoicing and collections along with online owner and transient reservations.
About Timeshare Board Members Association
TBMA was formed as a non-profit corporation in 2011. Its purpose is to provide education to its members consisting of timeshare HOA Board Members and onsite resort managers. TBMA hosts two conferences annually that consist of highly interactive educational panels on the key issues facing legacy resorts, peer-to-peer networking and networking among industry experts. TBMA is funded entirely by the generous support of our sponsors. Visit: www.tbmasoc.org.