If you have an inefficient “legacy” Educational Management System (EMS), you probably see your expensive staff spending a lot of time performing low-value tasks. They enter registration data manually. They respond to phone calls from students. They cobble together a way to contact faculty about course bulletins.
Gathering useful data and reporting it in both a user-friendly format and timely manner can drive enrollment in continuing education, just as it increases efficiency and profitability in almost every industry.
Though higher education is at the forefront of change in our society, it can be challenging – and expensive – for institutions of continuing education to keep pace with the technological changes that improve their operations, drive student enrollment, and ultimately increase profitability.