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Salesforce.com unveils Salesforce1 for higher education

26/09/2014 by

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Salesforce has unveiled Salesforce1 for Higher Ed in order to connect campuses through social, mobile and cloud technologies.

Announced on Friday, the cloud computing company said Salesforce1 for Higher Ed solutions will allow higher education facilities to better connect to, engage and recruit students through 1:1 communication.

In addition, Salesforce has partnered with CRM solutions provider roundCorner and developed the Advancement Connect application, which "enables universities to optimize alumni relationships and fundraise from any device." Universities including the University of Southern California and Arizona State University are already users of the Salesforce1 for Higher Ed platform.

Salesforce1 for Higher Ed includes:

  • Salesforce for Recruiting: With Salesforce for Recruiting, universities can better engage prospective students across various channels to increase applicants and boost recruiter performance.
  • Salesforce for Student Success: A one-stop shop where students can access campus resources, paperwork and contact campus administrators on multiple devices.
  • Salesforce for Advancement: Universities can maintain better contact with alumni and expand donor relationships. The Advancement Connect app includes additional features for fundraising, events management and volunteer management. Salesforce for Community Engagement: Increased collaboration across campus through the platform.
  • Salesforce for Marketing: Universities will now be able to plan, personalize and optimize journeys for prospective students, current students and alumni across channels and devices.
This article has been extracted from http://www.zdnet.com/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.zdnet.com/salesforce-com-unveils-salesforce1-for-higher-education-7000034091/

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