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White Paper: Student Success CRM Systems for Community Colleges

Scottsdale, May 14, 2015: ProRetention, Inc. (A group company of QuScient Technologies) has released a white paper to address the student success needs of community colleges.

A 2014 report from the National Student Clearinghouse shows that the average retention rates at two-year public institutions is below 50%, dropping 1.1% since 2009 and significantly lower than retention rates at both 4-year public and 4-year private institutions. Any progress that a community college makes in increasing their retention rate will translate into greater success for both the institution and its students.

The white paper, titled “Student Success CRM Systems for Community Colleges,” highlights the need to implement Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems for enrolled students and the key benefits the system offers in building student engagement and increasing retention rates.

This white paper provides timely insights at a time when community colleges are increasingly focusing on maximizing student success by identifying at-risk students, applying early intervention strategies, and maintaining ongoing engagement with their entire student population.

To access the white paper, Click here.

About ProRetention, Inc.:
ProRetention, Inc. is a group company of QuScient Technologies. ProRetention™, our flagship product, is a comprehensive Student Lifecycle CRM designed to help colleges and universities track, manage, service and engage students. Enrollment CRM increases effective nurturing and conversion of inquiries into enrollments, Success CRM raises service and engagement levels leading to student success, and Advancement CRM helps fundraising initiatives and institutional participation from alumni.

QuScient Technologies is a premier provider of solutions and services for the Higher Education market. QuScient was founded in 2006 and has been ranked as one of the top 100 innovators by NASSCOM and is a well-established player in the US and UK markets.