Who We Are

Causeis is the iMIS and association experts providing consultancy services to leading associations, unions and charities in Asia Pacific.

With proven client results across business strategy alignment, engagement modelling, renewal management, data analytics, website development and improved member experience. Our team of 7 consultants are not just savvy technical gurus, but come with hands-on industry and iMIS experience.  

Causeis is the leading Asia Pacific award-winning iMIS solution provider - let us show you the difference.

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How We Can Help

Strategy & Planning

Formulating results-driven strategies across your business. We specialise in membership retention, engagement, fundraising and data management.

Development & Implementations

From iMIS design to financial systems integration and website developments, Causeis delivers best practice solutions to suit your organisation’s needs.

Data & Insights

We’ll help you find the answers and ask questions you haven’t, all right there in your data. Your data holds a wealth of knowledge we can help you explore.

Training & Support

With support at your finger tips, we’re here to help. We are the leaders in providing your staff with tailored iMIS training and support.

Causeis iMISphere Blog


Beginners Guide to SEO for your RiSE Website

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of maximising the number of visitors to your website by increasing where the site appears on the list of results returned by a search engine.

Anthony Segavac


Our top takeaways from the 2019 Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report

Every year at Causeis we read, dissect and interpret the Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report to help our clients maximise the key learnings within their own association.

Michelle Lelempsis


The Factor of Time to Improving Your Member Experience

In discussion with various associations, one theme that resonated was the discussion of time, both in respect to servicing members and the limited time members have to truly engage with their association.

Michelle Lelempsis