FolderWave Implements Cloud Technology to Support Wittenberg University’s Undergraduate Admission

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FolderWave, Inc., a cloud-based SaaS company offering products and services designed to substantially improve many aspects of higher education, today announced it has installed its Undergraduate Admission process module at Wittenberg University. This cloud computing system completely automates workflow and operations for managing applications, admission, and enrollment for the school.

The FolderWave cloud computing application is being used by Wittenberg University to oversee all incoming student applications: transcripts, recommendations, test scores, and the common application. This will result in a simpler, faster, and more efficient admission process for applicants, as well as university staff members, thereby enabling Wittenberg University admission officers to spend more time shaping the class and connecting with applicants.

“I used the FolderWave admissions system while at another university and can state firsthand that its technology is definitely playing a key role in reshaping the admission process here at Wittenberg University, said Rick Mickool, CIO, Wittenberg University. “The FolderWave team has extensive experience in higher education, and its cloud solution provides Wittenberg with a comprehensive program to manage and automate applications, workflow, document management and record keeping for admission.”

FolderWave has also provided 100% installation, integration, customization, training, and support. The company oversees all updates and browser access, and provides all incoming and outgoing record maintenance. Furthermore, the system’s ease-of-use, coupled with FolderWave’s total support team model, helps to minimize the support required from Wittenberg’s IT department.

"FolderWave looks forward to continuing to help Wittenberg University enhance its admission operations, workflow and processes,” said Bob Burke, president of FolderWave. "It’s a testament to our whole company and our technology that Rick would want to bring our solutions to his campus, and we are excited about continuing to work with this very experienced enrollment staff.”

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