Perceptive Software, creator of process and content management products and solutions, and Jenzabar®, Inc., a leading provider of software, strategies and services for higher education, today announced a partnership that helps higher education institutions eliminate paper, decrease unstructured content-related costs and improve process efficiencies through a complementary content management solution.
Perceptive Software process and content management solutions for higher education are available on multiple platforms--including desktop, web and mobile--to meet each institution’s unique requirements. Jenzabar client institutions can utilize Perceptive Software to reduce hard costs related to storing, searching, managing and accessing documents and unstructured content. Institutions can also create cost efficiencies by streamlining paper-based processes, providing real-time visibility, mitigating risk and improving student service.
“Perceptive Software fills a gap that colleges and universities face in managing and processing the unstructured content that enters campuses in every department and business process,” said Kevin Tews, Director of Education Solutions, Perceptive Software. “Once that unstructured content is captured, Perceptive Software directly links those documents to the corresponding records within Jenzabar, providing instant access to retrieve, review or process documents and content related to processes such as admissions and transcripts. This allows institutions to identify operational efficiencies that offset decreasing budgets and staffing, while improving student satisfaction.”
Perceptive Software currently provides process and content management solutions to more than 700 colleges and universities worldwide, and is deployed on more than 1,400 campuses.
“Our relationship with Perceptive Software reflects Jenzabar’s strategy to help customers deploy the most effective processes possible and improve performance,” said Tom Quinn, Vice President of Partner Programs at Jenzabar. “With our complementary offerings, higher ed institutions are able to access data and content faster.”
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