Delta Tau Delta Partners with OmegaFi

FISHERS, Ind. – Delta Tau Delta Fraternity has announced a valuable new partnership with OmegaFi. Delta Tau Delta has chosen OmegaFi’s Compass database for membership record management and membership reporting. Final conversion is scheduled for July 2019. In addition, Delta Tau Delta reinforces its partnership with OmegaFi as an approved partner for chapter financial management. With new efficiencies in the areas of member management and finances, the partnership allows Central Office staff members, volunteers, alumni and students to focus on the growth and prosperity of the organization. OmegaFi offers a great depth of knowledge and history of innovative solutions for fraternity management. Unparalleled customer service and dedication to information and financial security make OmegaFi the continued industry leader after 25 years in business.

OmegaFi CEO, Fred Maglione commented on the partnership, “OmegaFi has enjoyed supporting Delta Tau Delta chapters locally for more than a decade. We are now excited to welcome the whole Fraternity and as our 22nd database partner and look forward to working with many more of their chapters. We are proud that Delta Tau Delta trusts us with their data, reporting and operation.”

While OmegaFi’s Compass database will support operations at the Central Office in Fishers, all chapters and all members will enjoy added benefits. Chapters will be able to retain OmegaFi for local finances as a discounted rate. A time-proven chapter invoicing system will improve the experience of our student leaders. Combined with OmegaFi’s Vault for chapter and house corporation management, our local officers will be positioned to successfully fulfill their duties.

Chief Operating Officer of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Jack Kreman, commented on the partnership, “Moving to OmegaFi’s Compass is the clear choice for our membership. Our staff will gain efficient member and chapter management, streamlined national dues billing and collection and a support team that can meet the needs of an organization of our size. Improved efficiency will allow us to re-dedicate some of our time to other mission-critical functions.”

Chapters can expect several improvements in the coming years including online chapter bill payment, access to local membership information and the ability to integrate their chapter finances with a standard reporting system for easier submission of the monthly financial report (MFR). Furthermore, members will gain greater access to their information and to the information of their chapter brothers.

Launch of the database and members’ portal will begin in the summer of 2018 with planning and mapping. The full conversion will take place in July 2019. 

For any questions regarding the new partnership, please contact Chief Operating Officer, Jack Kreman, at