Helping an athletic department streamline every process is the goal of the team at JumpForward”, said Randy Krahulik, President of the JumpForward Development Council and Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Kansas
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
JumpForward (http://www.jumpforward.com), the technology leader in the collegiate athletics industry announces today that all customers are now able to submit Academic Progress Rate (APR) data directly to the NCAA Academic Performance Program (APP) module. This process, previously available only through the NCAA website, has been successfully created through JumpForward’s Compliance Toolbox.
In efforts to improve efficiency and reduce the workload of Compliance professionals, JumpForward has continued to produce the most up to date program, utilizing an NCAA Rules Engine to assist collegiate athletic departments in their daily tasks. Through a collaborative effort with JumpForward’s Development Council, JumpForward has now taken annual APR reporting to another level.
“Helping an athletic department streamline every process is the goal of the team at JumpForward”, said Randy Krahulik, President of the JumpForward Development Council and Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Kansas. “JumpForward works closely with their clients and uses the advice of people in the industry to guide the products and enhancements they release, and this is a huge step towards enhancing the efficiency of our reporting to the NCAA.”
"This is a big step forward to service our customers and will simplify the APR submission process" said Bill Shults, Vice President for Compliance at JumpForward. "We are proud to announce this service to our loyal customers and to let all future customers know that we will continue to strive to make their jobs easier through automation with the JumpForward family of products".
JumpForward is the leading provider of end to end solution software for collegiate athletic departments that enhances department efficiency both internally with staff and student athletes and externally with the various audiences that departments need to reach. Their solutions have transformed the way modern athletic departments work by bringing the entire athletic department onto one platform. Bringing all of these groups onto a single platform allows institutions to strengthen internal controls, communicate effectively, and reduce the risk associated with costly violations. For more information, visit http://www.JumpForward.com