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Can Higher Education Learn from the Past?

Barb Sheehan

Barb Sheehan
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Recent years have delivered a significant slump in college and university enrollment numbers. That fact is both unfortunate and well-documented. For the last 8-10 years we have seen continued decline in enrollments, which appears quite ominous considering it was immediately preceded by 20 years of extraordinary growth in the higher...

Can Higher Education Learn from the Past?

Barb Sheehan

Barb Sheehan

Recent years have delivered a significant slump in college and university enrollment numbers. That fact is both unfortunate and well-documented. For the last 8-10 years we have seen continued decline in enrollments, which appears quite ominous considering it was immediately preceded by 20 years of extraordinary...

Learning with the Softdocs Community

Jordan Harbor

Jordan Harbor

With the weather growing colder and the days shorter, many of us on the Softdocs marketing team are already looking forward to our annual user conference this spring. We simply can’t wait to gather with the Softdocs community in sunny Charleston, South Carolina. The BRIDGE 2020 website is live, invites have been...

Continuous Change and Education's Model of Delayed Innovation

Andrew Daniel

Andrew Daniel

Like many vendors within the education space, we’ve recently reevaluated our technology strategy and landed on Salesforce, a Customer Relationship management system. After leading our team’s transition to this integrated platform, I came to a realization on change management that I wanted to pass along with today’s...

Innovation Comes From People, Process and Technology

Jordan Harbor

Jordan Harbor

“Innovation comes from people, process and technology - not just from the arrival of new technology.”

As one of our key takeaways from a recent CEUG conference our team attended in Vancouver, I’ve spent much of the last few weeks thinking about this phrase. And with thoughts of innovation firmly on my mind, I’ve...

Employee Spotlight: Arvind Krishnan

Jordan Harbor

Jordan Harbor

Since 2006, Arvind Krishnan has served as an integral member of the development team at Softdocs, a privately-owned software company providing enterprise content management and print customization solutions to the education market.

Employee Spotlight: William Scalf

Jordan Harbor

Jordan Harbor

As Security Architect for Softdocs, a privately-owned software company providing enterprise content management and print customization solutions to the education market, William Scalf is responsible for the company’s single sign-on (SSO) platform as well as significant portions of the product infrastructure.

New Customer Spotlight | Lee County School System

Jordan Harbor

Jordan Harbor

For this week’s new customer spotlight, I am excited to introduce Lee County School System and officially welcome them to the Softdocs community!

While LCSS is currently mid-implementation, I couldn’t wait to hop on the phone and discuss their expectations for and motivations behind their impending utilization of...

Interoperability and Etrieve: Softdocs' API Strategy

Mike Williamson

Mike Williamson

Since the invention of the network, and for a plethora of reasons, engineers have been working to get software systems to work together, sharing data and functionality. Until recently, it was common for systems to specify a file, write an export and import routine, and send this data between two systems. This...

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