District & Club Database

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Need an easy to use Rotary Club Database

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To log into the District and Club database (DACdb), its as
easy as 1-2-3 - just key-in your UserName and PassWord to access your
Club or Member records.

The District and Club database now has something for everyone:
Members, Clubs, Committee Chairs, Event Moderators, and District Officers! And, we are a licensed RI vendor, and certified to provide these services to Rotary districts and clubs.

Members are encouraged to sign-on and update their own data (name, address, phone, e-mail, business data, their photo and spouse’s information). And, members can view (or print) their club’s membership directory (with member photos) in just a couple of mouse clicks.

" We did a program today showing members how to navigate the DACdb website. I am extremely pleased with how easy the site is to maintain. If there are any clubs that want to create a website that easily integrates with the DaCdb, then this is the one."
View All 6360 - DCO, Ed Foster

Club secretaries are able to submit their Monthly Attendance data (or, in a single mouse click, if they are using WEEKLY ATTENDANCE module (now with "bar code" scanning, and BANKED MakeUps); update their club's location and meeting times; maintain their membership roster (new members, changes, and terminations), and print name badges or club directories (with member photos). Also, can print a Rotary Foundation transmittal report for your annual giving and sustaining member contributions. In addition, clubs can use the on-line calendar to publish their meetings, events, and fund raisers, with district-wide distribution. And, use PMAIL to send personalized e-mail, individually addressed, to every member in just 2 clicks. These PMAILs results in a higher response rate to your messages. Also, there is a DUES & Invoicing module for Clubs, with the option for members to pay their DUES on-line, with a credit card.

In addition, clubs can now get their own web site and www.domain-name.org for easier communications with their members and others, using many of the database transactions to KEEP your web site current!!! These web sites come in 2 flavors: standard or customized. For an example of a standard web sites, please visit:

www.CoronadoRotary.org, -or- www.RoseburgRotaryClub.org

or for a more customized web site, please visit:

www.SpringdaleRotary.com, -or- www.SouthHillRotaryClub.org

We can assist your club in getting either of these web sites established, along with registering your club (or district) with its own domain name.

Just send us an e-mail..

Then, district and club officers have access to committees (automatically populated with club members), as well as club and member data. Also, can publish current Club Meeting Times & Locations on the on the district's web site.

And now, every club has their own standardized web page (linked from district's web page), showing their club's leadership, calendar, and optionally membership roster. In addition, the district is now able to communicate current information regarding district events and programs via the district's calendar functions and broadcast personalized e-mails (PMAIL) to all members with a current e-mail address, in just 2 clicks.

These personalized e-mails have proven to result in "higher response" rates to your messages.

So, are you ready to "sign-on" and take a webinar tour? We have a live district web site, and ALL the "pages" are generated by the District and Club database (DACdb) or via our proprietary user content management system: uPAGES.. This means the user maintains all their data via the District and Club database and/or updates all their other pages themselves via uPAGES. This approach improves the accuracy and reduces delays in displaying current information on your web pages.

Visit these district's web site (www.RotaryDistrict6110.org or www.District5300.org), then click ON any the navigation buttons to see the kind of data instantly available to visitors to your web site. Or, check out some of the club sites mentioned above, and see how they use the database to feed their web sites. One of these "standard club web sites" was the runner-up for best club web site in the district - not bad, considering it is virtually maintained from the club's database, with no additional effort!

Okay, "How can my club or district start using the DaCdb system?"