July 16, 2020

illumis Compliance Product Updates — June

We’re continually updating our political contribution monitoring platform to better serve our customers. We’re excited to share five updates we added to the illumis platform in June:

Share Out Records From the Platform via Email: You can now easily email records directly to colleagues from the illumis platform to save you and your team time as you communicate.

Multiple User Comments on Records: Your team can communicate directly on records by leaving comments, which will be attributed to the team member that added them. A log of other actions has also been added to records, so you can see when statuses were added, or if the record was shared via email.

Custom Fields: Add custom fields (like employee ID or employee email) to any employee in the illumis platform. These can be added with a bulk import or added and edited on an as-needed basis. Users can customize the fields within the platform itself.

Search with Strict Last Names: You can now set strict last name searches in order to help filter out potential false positives in results.

Dashboard Sorting: Sort records on the dashboard by name and date to assist with your team’s workflow.

We’d love to share more, and see if the platform might be a good fit for your team. If you’d like more information, please contact us using the form below.

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compliance updates
Early last year, we published a blog citing multiple statistics on the rapid influx in political contributions, specifically showcasing an increase on the federal level – unsurprising, given that 2020 was a presidential election year.
compliance updates
Starting April 1, 2022, Delaware County will join the growing number of municipalities and localities implementing increased pay-to-play regulations. As reported back in January 2022, this is one more instance within a larger trend of pay-to-play regulations continuing to move local.
compliance updates
Pay-to-play regulations are becoming increasingly difficult to manage as they continue to move beyond just federal and state laws. We saw this recently in a City Council decision in Pennsylvania: