Professional Memberships

ConvergeOne is an active member of several professional organizations in telecommunications and technology, commercial real estate, and various industries of its clients.


ACUTA: Association of College and University Telecommunications Administrators

Founded in 1972, ACUTA is a nonprofit association of information communications technology professionals from more than 600 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand who use their expertise in voice, data, and video to contribute to their organizations’ strategic objectives. Technology vendors that serve the college/university market can join ACUTA as corporate affiliates.

BOMA International: Building Owners and Managers Association

Established in 1907, BOMA International represents the owners and managers of all commercial property types, including nearly 10 billion square feet of office space in the United States. Its mission is to advance the interests of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards, and information. 

A federation of 93 BOMA U.S. associations, BOMA Canada and its 11 regional associations, and 13 BOMA international affiliates, BOMA International is a primary source of information on building management and operations, development, leasing, building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation, occupancy statistics, technological developments and other industry trends.

BOMA International's members include building owners, managers, developers, leasing professionals, corporate facility managers, asset managers, and the providers of products and services for the operation of commercial properties.

HIMMS: Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Headquartered in Chicago, HIMSS is a global nonprofit organization that has focused on optimizing healthcare services using information technology since 1961.

HIMSS membership encompasses more than 52,000 individuals who work primarily in healthcare, government, and nonprofit organizations around the world, plus more than 600 corporations and 250 nonprofit partner organizations.

IAUG: International Avaya Users Group

One of the world's largest international organizations for communications technology professionals. This powerful international group of users has spent more than two decades providing advocacy, networking and education to Avaya customers worldwide who are looking for a partner that enables them to share their voice, improve their knowledge, protect their investments and influence product development and service delivery.

IFMA: International Facility Management Association

With more than 23,500 members who manage more than 37 billion square feet of property in 94 countries, IFMA is the world's largest international association for facility management professionals. Since IFMA’s founding in 1980, its mission has been to advance the facility management profession by providing exceptional services, products, resources and opportunities.

REBNY: Real Estate Board of New York

Created in 1896, REBNY is the state’s first real estate trade association. On behalf of the mutual interests of its 13,000 members, the organization seeks to expand New York’s economy by encouraging the development and renovation of commercial and residential property, enhancing the city’s appeal to investors and residents, and facilitating property management.

Members have access to REBNY’s various professional education programs, including state-certified required courses for real estate licensing, continuing education courses and seminars to hone professional skills, and courses to maintain the ethical standards of relations between professionals and with the public. The Board’s research department investigates current residential and commercial issues of importance to the industry and publishes several periodicals. Its Seymour B. Durst Library, located at the midtown Manhattan office, maintains the largest collection of real estate-related information of any New York City trade association.

New York Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Chamber is to improve the business climate and quality of living in the New York Metropolitan Area for residents, workers and visitors. It provides valuable services to over 30,000 business and civic leaders who represent the backbone of the Greater New York business community.
Every day, the chamber helps small businesses and corporations grow and save money! Its staff handles hundreds of phone calls, mail requests, e-mail messages and business meetings. The Chamber has formed alliances with business leaders, trade associations, sister chambers, government agencies, civic officials & foreign dignitaries to accomplish its goals of business & community service.

The Chamber also promotes networking, educational forums and international trade events. It produces an economic development guide and hosts its world famous Internet site the original Chamber of Commerce On-Line The chamber issues and stamps documentation for international trade exportation; certificate of origins, free sales, bill of ladings.

Greater New York Chamber of Commerce is an approved New York State Not For Profit; recognized by the US Chamber of Commerce. It operates under Rule 501 C 6, as an Exempt Organization of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. It also maintains a charitable fund to help assist local chambers, trade organizations and civic groups under IRS Rule 501 C 3.