Salesforce Higher Education Solutions

Whether you are trying to recruit, retain, or develop support,
you will get the information you need, when you need it.
Salesforce for education gives you the tools to build stronger,
more productive relationships with prospects, students,
alumni, faculty, 
staff, parents, and donors.


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Strategic CRM for higher education can:

  • Help education institutions connect in the same way customers connect with businesses.
  • Give you the tools to build stronger, more productive relationships with prospects, students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and donors.
  • Connect your systems and data to provide powerful views and forecasts.
  • Let you drill down deep to the details that matter.
  • Get the information you need, when and where you need it.

Simplify Recruitment

Meet prospective students wherever they are. Recruit the right students at the right time while boosting recruiter productivity and performance.

Support Students

Align your staff to support your students.
With Salesforce, Instructors and students can collaborate
more easily and share ideas.

Build Communities

Connect with your students at every touch point, placing your students at the center of everything and across the entire student life cycle.

Optimized Advancement

Salesforce for advancement can help you build enduring alumni relationships, increase fundraising, and improving performance results.

Demand Chain helped the University implement a repeatable and scalable platform onboarding process with specific avenues for better understanding the critical business needs and challenges of disparate groups deploying the platform.

– Case Study: Public Research University

Check out some of the work we have done in education…

Case Study: myON

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