Top Provider of Vocational Education and Training in Australia Chooses Learning Information Systems to Implement edGenuiti CRM Technology

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Australia's Canberra Institute of Technology selects edGenuiti Higher Education CRM suite.

edGenuiti Worldwide producer of web-based enterprise software designed specifically for higher education was chosen by Canberra Institute of Technology, one of the leading providers of vocational education and training in Australia, and will be implemented by Learning Information Systems.

Canberra Institute of Technology conducted an extensive review for a communication and enrollment management solution. "When LIS introduced us to edgenuiti we knew it was the system we had been after. Automating responses to generic enquiries alone saves us so much time," said Pauline Robinson, Manager of CIT International. ""edGenuiti captures our online inquiries and provides application forms, as well as integrate our student information into our database without the need for specialized, technical programming.""

"We have been providing Canberra Institute of Technology's Online programs with qualified inquiries via our Studylink.com portal, we knew that timely and effective communications to their inquiries was critical to their enrollment success, edGenuiti CRM technologies became the answer to help Canberra reach their goals," explains Tony Stewart, Vice President of Learning Information Systems.

"The selection of edGenuiti CRM technologies at one of Australia's leading Tech and Trade schools demonstrates the importance of edGenuiti's communications capabilities in one of the fastest growing and competitive landscapes," explains, Kevin R. Aleman, CEO of edGenuiti Worldwide.

About Learning Information Systems

Since 1995, Learning Information Systems has been providing enrollment management solutions. In addition, via its course directory portal, Studylink.com they have been successfully connecting learning providers and individuals interested in pursuing degrees, specialized training, and courses online. LIS has grown to be the largest provider of course listings and enrollment management solutions in the Australia, United Kingdom, and New Zealand.

For more information about Learning Information Systems, visit http://www.studylink.com/solutions/ .

About edGenuiti Worldwide, Ltd.

edGenuiti is a global leader in providing a wide range of business critical student recruitment, admissions management, student retention, and alumni relationship and fundraising tools into a single enterprise framework resulting in true institution wide enrollment intelligence. edGenuiti solutions are used at more than 2,500 schools and organizations - including some of the world's leading higher education destinations "to enable better use and management of student information resulting in more accurate and informed decisions; by providing intelligent tools that help them achieve a new level of enrollment sophistication and for forging stronger relationships between students and learning providers." Based in the United Kingdom, edGenuiti Worldwide has offices in Australia, France, Germany and the United States.

For more information about edGenuiti Worldwide, visit http://www.edGenuiti.com

About Canberra Institute of Technology

CIT was initially established in 1928 and represents over seventy years of educational services in the ACT. It is the oldest and largest post-compulsory education system in Australia, providing vocational education and training for Canberra and its regions.

We have a strong international focus at CIT with our international students coming to us from over 50 countries worldwide. Incorporating these students into the CIT family allows the Institute to benefit from a wide diversity of cultures, interests and experiences. We are able to provide our local students with opportunities for international travel, further widening their experiences and employment prospects.

For more information about Canberra Institute of Technology, visit http://www.cit.act.edu.au

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