The International Oil Scouts Association Releases Upgraded Tendenci Website To Connect Oil Scouts Globally
Houston, TX — January 08, 2019
The International Oil Scouts Association is a non-profit organization that has been promoting the scouting profession and petroleum industry since 1924, providing extensive networking and educational opportunities to its members.
The International Oil Scouts relied on the feature-rich Tendenci Content Management System (CMS) to build a fresh modern look and an engaging interface that makes information readily accessible.
Not only is their new layout modern and mobile-responsive, but their new design provides more readily available information about their extensive networking system of national and international forums, while of course saving room to promote the charities they support.
IOSA also uses their directories module to highlight association sponsors on their homepage, as well as featuring a member portal to assist members in finding current industry information and networking opportunities.
Tendenci - The Open Source AMS is proud to partner with the International Oil Scouts Association to help them connect and enrich Oil Scouts all over the world.
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