While a SIS may serve as a good database, it certainly wasn’t designed to be a true relationship management system. When relying on a SIS, admissions departments continue to be challenged by disjointed enrollment management processes that are cumbersome and inefficient. They struggle to easily communicate with constituents, both on a one to one and a mass basis, and lack transparency between staff and departments.
For schools looking to modernize enrollment management, it’s time to make CRM a priority. Constituent Relationship Management systems track student progress through the enrollment funnel, driving fast, informed decision making and supporting the best possible experience for every prospect and student.
But where do you start? What’s the best CRM for you?
In our recent webinar – Admissions Best Practices: Using CRM to Improve Enrollment Management – we discussed what factors to consider when evaluating CRM. (If you missed the webinar, you can hear the replay here.)
For example, a modern CRM