Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. Achieves AMC Institute Re-accreditation

January 17, 2014

PRESS RELEASE - Pitman, NJ - Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ) , an association management company (AMC) based in Pitman, NJ, has been awarded re-accreditation by the Association Management Company (AMC) Institute. AMC accreditation is the highest recognition an AMC can receive.

Association Management Company (AMC) InstituteAmong 500-plus Association Management Companies (AMC) worldwide, only 74 have achieved AMC Institute Accreditation, demonstrating the commitment and the ability to deliver the highest level of professional management services to association and not-for-profit clients. These AMCs are the recognized choice of association and not-for-profit organizations.

“We congratulate Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. for achieving re-accreditation,” AMC Institute Board President, Dede Gish-Panjada said. “The accreditation evaluation is the most demanding and comprehensive in our industry. Clients of accredited AMCs should feel assured that this exclusive group operates with the highest level of professionalism and responsibility, and consistently meets or exceeds all industry requirements.”

AJJ ( ) is located in Pitman, NJ, and is a full-service association management, marketing, and publishing company serving the health care industry and specialty nursing associations. In addition to association management, AJJ’s publishing division produces specialty publications, textbooks and peer-reviewed nursing journals. The company also provides a broad range of advertising, conference management, and media relations services.

“AJJ makes it a priority to provide personalized, top-quality services,” said Anthony Jannetti, AJJ president. “I am extremely proud of our staff. They have an unmatched level of expertise, and they truly care about the success of each and every client.”

Administered by AMC Institute, AMC Institute Accreditation is recognized and supported by ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership and is based on the ANSI Standard of Good Practices for the AMC Industry. ANSI requires that the standard be reviewed and updated regularly to remain an approved standard. Measurable performance practices include contracts and service delivery; employee recruitment, training and professional development; and financial management and internal controls, among others. AMCs must earn re-accreditation every four years, demonstrating to an independent outside auditor that they continue to meet the standard. 

AMCs specialize in managing associations and not-for-profit organizations, providing leadership and professional management services through experienced staff, best practices and shared resources. As AMCs manage multiple association and not-for-profit clients, their experience and knowledge base are broad and substantial, positioning AMCs as the preferred choice for full-service and specialized management services.

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Janet D'Alesandro

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