Higher Education Institutions Continue to Leverage Jenzabar One and Jenzabar SONIS as They Adopt New Digital Strategies and Online Learning Initiatives
Jenzabar, a leading technology innovator in higher education serving the new student, announced its continued growth through the first quarter of 2020, which has been fraught with unforeseen complications brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite industry challenges, Jenzabar engaged in several new partnerships and expanded multiple existing relationships with higher education institutions across the U.S.
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In the first quarter, Gemological Institute of America, based in California, signed on to leverage Jenzabar Student and Jenzabar Financial Aid from the Jenzabar One suite, a unified ERP and student information system (SIS). Meanwhile, The King’s University in Texas signed a partnership to leverage Jenzabar SONIS, a comprehensive SIS designed to meet the needs of the modern student.
Additionally, United Tribes Technical College in North Dakota as well as Dominican College in New York upgraded to Jenzabar One SaaS to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud.
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“The first quarter of 2020 brought about significant transformation for the higher education industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide transition to online academic programs and remote work. We continue to support institutions as they encounter disruption and look for innovative ways to overcome complexity,” said Ling Chai, President and CEO of Jenzabar. “We are excited to announce our momentum in the new year and we remain committed to ensuring higher education institutions have the technology and resources they need to grow and drive institutional and student success.”
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