Mobile Solutions for Higher Education Admissions: Stuck in the Stone Age with your Inquiry Management?
By Mark Walters, N2N Solutions
- Mobile Prospect Management Solutions, specific to
- Lead Generation and
- Recruit Management
- We will help you with increasing enrollment
- We will make inquiry/lead generation easier
- We will help you with making your recruiting & admissions website mobile ready
Paper based Inquiry forms – Still Stuck in “Stone Age”?
Years ago I visited a remote waterfall in Hawaii and noticed the parking attendant using a primitive system. For every car that entered, he would move a rock from one pile to another. No rocks on pile 1 meant no parking spaces available. As cars would leave, he would move a rock back to its original space.
How can you improve on that?
Employees understood the system easily, it accomplished its purpose, keeping track of available parking spots.
Typical Inquiry Management Process – a faulty net?
Recruiters are still using paper forms in some places.
Another potential hole may be caused by a delayed response. Mobile technology is in the hands or pockets of practically all your potential students.
Why not arm your recruiters with the same technology and take full advantage by implementing a Mobile friendly system from the start?
Many Universities and Colleges have deployed Mobile Applications on iTunes App Store and Android (Google Play) Market Place to improve the quality of data collection by leveraging Mobile Technologies.
|By decreasing the number of ‘holes in your net’ you can expect a healthy flow of new students.|
Check out N2N’s video on Mobile Recruitment Process and its advantages for College Recruiters, Prospective Students and University Enrollment.
For more information about N2N’s Mobile Product suite for Enrollment Management, please visit our website. http://n2nservices.com/
Posted 7th January by Mark Walters
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