Creating new workflows on–and off–campus

Learn to build efficiencies--and data security and compliance--through forms process automation and other updates to workflows


When COVID forced campuses to go virtual in March 2020, he only solution was to automate—and most schools are discovering they are better off because of it.

COVID did not just disrupt learning–it took away the ability to properly manage traditionally paper-based processes was taken away. Replacing old paper trails with codified digital workflows complete with e-signatures not only better protects the data on those forms but better ensures the validity of the transactions themselves.

Join an eCampus News panel of experts to discuss building efficiencies and data security and compliance. Hear how replacing the back-office paper chase with online solutions improves the user experience for everyone. Learn methods to capture signatures for important documents like transcripts, course changes, and vendor contracts while staying compliant and also saving time and money.

Laura Ascione

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