CollegeNET, Inc., a leading provider of SaaS administrative systems for higher education, today announced key advancements in its Series25®, a suite of scheduling and event management systems. 25Live®, CollegeNET’s Web-based event scheduling, calendaring and publishing system, now has complete mobile capabilities. Further innovations include upgrades to the security, administrative and event management components of the system.
The latest release of Series25 provides users more power and flexibility at the administrative, event management and service supplier levels, with enhancements such as specified access by user, venue and organization, and ensured consistency across all related events when a change is made to one of them. And, with the mobile capabilities complete in 25Live, event-related details, work flow and specific tasks can now be managed via smart phone, from any location and at any time.
Series25 is the all-in-one SaaS solution for academic and event scheduling, e-calendaring, event management and ticket and merchandise sales, in addition to master planning and space use efficiencies. It includes an SIS interface that allows bi-directional flow of current course data between the scheduling system and the institution’s student information system.
“CollegeNET is dedicated to providing our customers with the most efficient, flexible and cost effective tools to help them maximize resources,” said Julia Noonan, vice president, Series25 Sales. “As more and more of our Series25 users are managing schedules, communication and tasks via their mobile devices, we are pleased to provide a service that builds on the latest technology and fosters our customers’ evolving work protocols.”
The new version of Series25 is available now. For more information please contact CollegeNET at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About CollegeNET, Inc.
CollegeNET, Inc. builds Web-based, on-demand technologies that help institutions improve operational efficiency, enhance communication with constituents and save money. The company’s systems are used by more than 1,300 institutions worldwide for event and academic scheduling, prospect and admissions management, Web-based tuition processing, and alumni development. CollegeNET operates a fast-growing social network through which students create topics, write about them, and vote to determine who will win scholarships. Today, this site—www.Collegenet.com—is one of the Internet’s most popular destinations for college-bound students. The company is headquartered in Portland, Ore.