Webinar: Improving Recruiting Efficiency
Update – In case you missed the Improving Recruiting Efficiency webinar, the recording is now available:
On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 2pm EDT/11am PDT, Georgetown University and St. Norbert College will join Salesforce.org for a webinar on improving recruiting efficiency.
As tuition costs continue to skyrocket, both students and parents are looking for something different – and personal – when selecting a higher education institution. This means universities need to nurture prospective students through the entire applicant lifecycle – from initial touch to final enrollment. Consequently, it’s becoming imperative to explore new, innovative ways to approach recruiting and admissions all while increasing efficiency.
Join us to learn how Georgetown University McDonough School of Business is using Salesforce to streamline processes, consolidate and share data, and to create a more efficient communication and engagement platform throughout the entire student’s lifecycle from recruitment to alumni relations. Similarly, St. Norbert College will share how they moved from manual, paper-based processes to a fully automated, data-rich system thus driving down the time it takes to accept students from weeks to just mere days.
Register today and learn how your university can leverage new, innovative technologies to increase efficiencies, value and yield. This webinar will be especially relevant for those working in admissions, recruiting, enrollment management, academic affairs, and IT.
Tune in on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 2pm EDT/11am PDT to hear from Kirsten Sands, Director of Admissions and Recruitment, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Ravi Agarwal, Ph.D., Director of Enterprise Applications, St. Norbert College. We look forward to having you join the conversation!
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