This new and improved resource makes it easier to research and compile important information about our nation’s defense industrial base
AUSA is pleased to announce that we have partnered with InLoop (Formerly ExpoBee) to upgrade and enhance our previous Sustaining Member Directory. The new AUSA Sustaining Member Resource Guide has been designed to give our Sustaining Members personal attention and a more user friendly experience. This new guide replaces the AUSA Sustaining Member Directory.
“This new and improved resource makes it easier to research and compile important information about our nation’s defense industrial base,” said Alex Brody, assistant director, Industry Affairs.
The AUSA Sustaining Member Resource Guide now offers our members an up-to-date, categorically organized database of the products and services they need to stay competitive. With multiple search capabilities, rich search results, links to company’s websites, anyone seeking information about products and services utilized in our industry will find exactly what they need in this user-friendly resource. Features include vendor contact information, product descriptions, company news and announcements, links to vendor websites and emails.
The Sustaining Member Resource Guide will be consistently marketed by AUSA via a prominent link on the AUSA homepage, and through various other electronic communications to our membership and the U.S Army industry in general throughout the year.
To complement this online resource tool, we have also included a newsfeed featuring top news and intelligence covering the United States Army, as well as news and information from our Sustaining Members. This news site also offers the unique capability to allow our members to customize their newsfeed to their specific areas of interest.
You can find this feature on the home page of the new AUSA Sustaining Member Resource Guide, under the tab “My Newsfeed.” To create your own personal AUSA Newsfeed, you will need to sign-in using an existing social media account, or you can easily create an account using your email. Once you’re logged in, you simply identify your specific areas of interest and click “Save Your Settings.” From then on, simply click on the “My Newsfeed” tab and you’ll have immediate access to your own personalized newsfeed.
If you have any questions regarding the new AUSA Sustaining Member Resource Guide, please e-mail Bill Sheehan at email@example.com or Alex Brody at firstname.lastname@example.org.