Software for higher education: in-house development vs SaaS

Software for higher education: in-house development vs SaaS
To provide students with the best higher education experience possible, universities across the world are turning to software to manage and optimise their marketing and recruitment processes. In our new ebook, we outline three key questions universities need to answer when deciding whether to build software in-house or opt for an off-the-shelf, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution.
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Five ways a modern CRM can help your university

Five ways a modern CRM can help your university
CRM – or customer relationship management – is a software that helps individuals and teams manage customer communication. But a CRM isn't simply an address book: it takes your data and transforms it into an interactive experience. It creates the opportunity for you and your team to build relationships more effectively, and ultimately provide the best customer experience for your prospects, from their initial enquiry to graduation and beyond.
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Students: how to make the most out of an open day

Students: how to make the most out of an open day
This post was originally published on Show My Homework's guest blog, which publishes articles about technology and learning written by a variety of bloggers from the education industry.
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How universities can make the most of Pinterest

Photo-sharing platform Pinterest boasts 100m monthly active users and is one of the leading drivers of referral traffic behind Facebook. According to the platform itself, there are over 500,000 education-related pins added every day, and the 25-34 age group makes up 27.4% of the user base: making it a crucial medium for your university to engaged with prospects, enrolled students and alumni.
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