Jenzabar Continues Strong Momentum with Five New Customers and Expanded Engagements for Cloud-based Student Systems Solutions
Jenzabar, a leading technology innovator in higher education system solutions, today announced that it has added five new customers and expanded engagements, continuing its momentum in helping higher education institutions digitally transform to support the new student. Jenzabar’s growing roster now includes Bismark State College Innovations Foundation, Cox College, Doral College, Hill College and Montreat College.
“Having a full enterprise database system is a significant leap forward for our college,” said Montreat College President, Paul J. Maurer. “The tools that Jenzabar provides will eliminate inter-departmental inefficiencies and improve data integrity, helping us better serve our students and other internal and external clients.”
Institutions continue to choose Jenzabar’s unified student information systems (SIS) and ERP system because of the ease and speed it brings to digitally transform their support of the new student while driving efficiency to become more competitive and profitable. Cox College, Hill College and Montreat College selected Jenzabar One’s cloud, and mobile-ready student system. Bismark State College Innovations Foundation and Doral College selected Jenzabar SONIS, a solution designed specifically for smaller institutions that enables them to manage all administrative tasks online, and provides integrated services for admissions, registration, grading, billing, course management, and other administrative functions.
“Higher education is undergoing a significant transition as student demographics shift to adult learners, requiring a flexible learning environment,” said Ling Chai Maginn, president and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Jenzabar. “Our solutions are helping institutions create a better experience for the new student that make it easier for them to be successful and reach their highest potential. Furthermore, our clients are able to improve enrollment, reduce operating costs, and increase constituent contributions and engagement.”