Company Welcomes Over a Dozen New Higher Ed Institutions to the Jenzabar Community
Boston, MA – October 31, 2017 — Jenzabar®, Inc., higher education’s trusted software and services advisor, has announced that 13 institutions have selected a new Jenzabar student information system since the start of 2017. This diverse group of schools range in size and concentration, reflecting the “one size fits one” ethos that Jenzabar promotes.
“Since the launch of Jenzabar’s new strategic vision last spring, our momentum has continued to grow as trusted advisors in the industry,” said Bob Maginn, Jenzabar Chairman and CEO. “We’re thrilled to see our client community thrive and evolve with us, as a result.”
In May 2017, Jenzabar announced the launch of its interoperable new product line, Jenzabar One. Since its introduction to the market, the solution set has provided schools with flexible systems tailored to meet the expanding needs of institutions today. With this direction, Jenzabar clients and prospective clients are now able to choose the products that best suit their campuses needs utilizing Jenzabar’s Trusted Advisors to guide them to the product set that’s right for them at that time and into the future.
More colleges and universities selected a Jenzabar student information system over any other SIS during the past six years. Among the group of notable institutions to move forward with a new Jenzabar SIS are American University of Malta, Angelina College, Criswell College, Graduate Theological Union, Henderson State University, Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, Knox Theological Seminary, and University of Silicon Andhra.
Jenzabar is higher education’s trusted advisor, offering technology solutions and services that are tailored to fit the evolving needs of institutions both today and in the future. We collaborate with our clients to ensure our software and services drive performance across campus and throughout the full student lifecycle. Exclusively serving higher education, more colleges and universities selected a Jenzabar student information system over any other SIS during the past six years.