Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
GoSignMeUp, a leading provider of user-friendly online class, event, workshop and training registration software utilized by many academic institutions, government agencies, healthcare institutions, and businesses, has just released its new Transcript Module.
Managing and reporting student class history is a very powerful and important cornerstone in the professional development and continuing education function in GoSignMeUp. This new Transcript Module provides more flexibility by delivering a very precise and powerful reporting tool.
Each student class history is listed as a matrix, which includes important information such as class completion date, instructors and credits. With fully sortable fields, it is easy to focus on important student history and information.
New class history entries can be added for those occasions when a student attended a course but somehow was not registered thru the GoSignMeUp system. Additionally, a PDF of the customized transcripts can be printed right from the data management screen making it easy to distribute or print a student record.
“We are most excited about these powerful new features since they deliver very useful functions to our users,” says Mike Morrison, Chief Technology. “This new Transcript Module takes our reporting functions to a new level.”
Since all student history is listed in one place, it is easy to find important information and create useful reports quickly. Additionally, it is easy to click and edit to make changes right on the screen such as class credits.
GoSignMeUp is the leading provider of online class registration and professional development management software. Used by organizations of all sizes and types--including corporations, health care, government agencies, and education--it is the preferred registration tool for professional development, continuing education, client education, and student enrichment. GoSignMeUp is ideally suited for face-to-face, online and hybrid class registration processes, and integrates with Learning Management Systems (LMS) such as Blackboard Learn.