Denver, CO — September 20, 2012 — TopSchool, a leading SaaS provider of Student Lifecycle Management (SLM) solutions for higher education, is hosting its 2012 User Forum from September 25th – 27th in Denver. Sessions will cover trends in Student Lifecycle Management, as well as specific uses of the TopSchool system to maximize student recruitment, admissions, retention and career placement.
“As we developed the sessions, we worked closely with our Steering Committee of seven customer institutions to make sure we are delivering the content and addressing the topics that mean the most to our user base,” said Justin McMorrow, co-founder and Chief Customer Officer of TopSchool. “We are excited for our users to interact and network with each other, as well as gain insight from their peers.”
The event’s keynote address, “Competitive Advantage, Business Models and Digital Higher Education,” will be presented by Dr. Keith Hampson, who has a wealth of insight on the influential role technology plays in higher education. Additionally, attendees will interact with TopSchool leaders on such topics as product plans, training and collaboration.
Sessions include the following:
For more information, please visit: http://www.smore.com/topschool-user-forum
TopSchool (www.topschoolinc.com) built the first SaaS student administrative system in higher education to address the key aspects of the student lifecycle. The company's Student Lifecycle Management (SLM) system goes beyond the capabilities of traditional college student information systems, and includes a customizable student portal, easy-to-use CRM and SIS components, and an intelligent reporting suite. Schools can easily manage all student information from recruitment and retention through career placement in a central location, supporting students through enrollment, admissions, academics, finance and career services. TopSchool gives student-centric institutions more control and flexibility in the way they manage student data, empowering them to drive growth, reduce costs and meet accountability requirements.