techUK member portal launch

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    Monday09Apr 2018
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    New portal enables you to easily manage your membership and engagement with techUK.

New portal enables you to easily manage your membership and engagement with techUK.

We are delighted to launch techUK’s new member portal - an easy-to-use system that allows techUK members to set engagement and communications preferences, providing you with a personalised view of your engagement with techUK and your use of techUK membership.

The new member portal is part of our ongoing effort to continually enhance levels of service and engagement between techUK and members.

The portal can be accessed and used by any employee of a techUK member company (as long as they have a company domain email address). Once logged in and basic details have been entered, you and your colleagues can set your own engagement and communications preferences – helping us ensure that you have access to all that you require, whilst making it easy to opt-out of activities or communications from techUK. Authorised representatives from member companies will be able to manage and edit company information (company overviews and manage member engagement, including team access).

Our aim is to ensure that you have access to everything you need from techUK and that your company data is handled as you would wish it to be. techUK will use your data to provide you with membership services. We will also use your contact data to communicate with you regarding techUK activity and insights that are of interest to you. You can opt out of, or in to, any email newsletters and other communications and we would encourage you to edit your communication preferences so that you receive the information that is useful to you and pertinent to your company and role.

The new system will allow you to:

  • Log-in easily – existing log-ins for techUK website will not work from Tuesday 10 April. You will be guided to the portal to register, to check your details and manage your preferences. Existing preferences have been added to the portal (where you are already engaged). Once in the portal you can reset or amend:
  • Group membership – request access to techUK groups
  • Communications preferences (newsletters / member only content)
  • Event bookings – simple sign-up for free events and training and easy-to-navigate process for purchasing tickets for larger events.

We have developed an easy-to-digest guide on how to set up portal access and navigate the system.

If you have any problems with log-in or access, please contact us at portal@techuk.org

Best regards,

techUK membership team

Portal User Guide (pdf)

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