In case you missed it: Enrole updates
In case you’ve missed the latest Enrole updates, we’ve summed them up for you in a lovely little list, because you deserve to know all the things! Before we get down to business, notice a difference in our look? Our...
Balancing Your Daily Receipts with Enrole
Does your department balance payments received on a daily basis? We have some advice (and several canned reports!) that will make this process quick and easy. At the end of each business day, we highly recommend that you reconcile all...
ICON 2017 is only 6 months away!
Entrinsik’s 4th Informer User Conference (ICON 2017) is being held April 26 – 28, 2017 at the Crabtree Marriott Hotel in Raleigh, North Carolina. This year’s conference is loaded with in-depth training and education that will help Informer users, both beginners...
Maximize Revenue Using Enrole’s Custom Training Feature
Increasingly, businesses are looking for ways to improve the education and performance of their employees through traditional and non-traditional means. In 2015, 77% of U.S. companies offered online corporate training to improve the professional development of their employees.(1) It’s likely...
Is Your Continuing Ed Department Ready For an Influx?
Did you know that now, non-traditional students in higher education outnumber traditional, full-time students? It’s true, and that number is only growing – we’ll see an estimated 23% growth in the next four years alone. So the question becomes, is...
Effective ecommerce shopping cart features and why you should have them
Online shopping carts can be great things. They reduce manual workload, streamline the registration process for students, and provide a central hub for digital information about courses, professors, and facilities. But are you using yours effectively? Without some basic features, you may be losing business – and never even know.
Are your enrollment confirmation emails being read? The do’s and don’ts of auto-emailing
Our registration software will enable you to setup and send out automatic confirmation emails when students enroll for classes, either online or in-house. But are those emails actually getting through? With the amount of emails being sent every day, spam filters are getting stricter, so well-meaning official emails like yours may end up in the junk folder or blocked completely more times than you know about. If they do get through the filters, how can you make sure they’re opened and read?