ETMA Committees

There are five committees that conduct the work of the association. These committees are composed of members members of the ETMA and are chartered by the Executive Board. Most committees meet by phone using web conferencing once a month to advance the goals of the association through collaboration and dialog. Only employees of ETMA member companies can serve on committees. Learn about membership.

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The ETMA committees are as follows. All meeting times are Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5) or Eastern Daylight Time.

Industry Standards/Billing/KPIs Best Practices

GOAL: develop industry standards, benchmarks, monitor the market and future health and company valuations. Another focus will be to work with ETMA members, analysts and enterprises to broaden the definition for TEM. Track valuations and announcements of TEM/WEM/MDM funding, mergers and acquisitions listing the companies involved.. This committee will develop best practices and standards relating to IPO readiness and contracts.


GOAL: to build membership in the association and increase awareness of ETMA and its mission.


GOAL: establish ETMA as the accepted ethical industry authority for the TEM industry. Enhance the image of TEM through an Ethics Code. Present the Ethics Code as a differentiator for members of the association.

Public Relations Social Media

GOAL: to raise awareness, to improve the quality and value of solutions and to cultivate shared industry knowledge through education and marketing and enhance the category image for industry members.

Executive Board

PURPOSE: The ETMA Executive Board governs, oversees policy and direction, and assists with leadership and general promotion to support the organization’s mission and needs.

MISSION: to raise awareness and knowledge of the values and benefits of technology solutions, to improve the quality and value of industry offerings through the development and promotion of open industry standards.

Members of the board share the following responsibilities while acting in the interest of ETMA. Each member is expected to make recommendations based on his or her experience and vantage point in the industry. Board members should be CEOs, Presidents, principals, senior members, owners, or in the case of large organizations with many business interests, the practice leaders. All board members must work for or be formally associated with ETMA members in good standing who are current with their dues, fees, or assessments in accordance with the rules of the association. Membership on the board is tied to the member company.

Each Board Member serves a two year term. Elections are staggered to allow for annual elections with a portion of new board members that are elected each year.

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