Campus Management Corporation has made the June release of CampusPortal™ 9.0 inclusive of a text messaging solution for students and staff. At no additional cost to the institution, the technology enables instant campus-wide communication in the event of emergencies, weather, and other critical news to be transmitted to students and staff quickly.
Campus Management Provides Higher Education With Instant Text Messaging
CampusPortal 9.0 includes emergency alert service
BOCA RATON, Fla., May 30–Campus Management Corporation today announced that its June release of CampusPortal(TM) 9.0 will include a text messaging solution for students and staff. At no additional cost to the institution, the technology enables instant campus-wide communication in the event of emergencies, weather, and other critical news.
Staff authorized by the institution may use this free service to send:
- Institution-wide emergency communications
- Automated alerts from academic advisors
- Reminders from registrar and other departments
- Targeted communications by site, program, class and more
This release includes a number of new features to automate back office processes and to improve student self-service. For example, administrators of distance learning programs can automate billings to students based upon their individual activity levels.
Institutions using CampusPortal today receive enhancements like SMS text messaging service and integration of back office processing at no additional cost, as part of their standard annual maintenance agreement.
About Campus Management Corporation
More than 1100 college and university campuses worldwide rely on Campus Management for efficient, scalable, and flexible administrative solutions that enhance institutional excellence. Rapid implementation of its highly integrated system benefits diverse traditional and non-traditional programs and distinguishes Campus Management’s One Campus technology vision for higher education. The company won Microsoft’s 2005 Public Sector award for innovation in Higher Education; and, it was named Microsoft’s Global ERP Solutions Developer of the Year in 2003. For more information, visit http://www.campusmanagement.com.