One-stop-shop education ecosystem launched

Wednesday, 03 April, 2024

One-stop-shop education ecosystem launched

New software has been launched that connects education institutions, agents and students via an automated platform.

Ascent One has redesigned its software to bring together admissions management, agent management and marketing. This enables institutions to eliminate onerous tasks such as working across multiple systems and manually uploading data from one system into another, by allowing users to share the data across the fully connected ecosystem. Its third-party tech integration within the platform, including Google Maps and Docusign, means less work and more time to focus on other tasks at hand.

The software is a subscription-based model which is entirely flexible, with users having the option to purchase one, some or all product modules depending on their needs. Further, the modules are standalone products — yet they also integrate with each other, creating a seamless and easy-to-use software experience that can be completely tailored.

“Having modules that can also integrate with each other means a seamless experience for the users that drastically cuts down on time spent on traditional manual tasks, eliminates errors whilst sharing data, as well as providing a more affordable solution. Our technology will assist with additional revenue generation and also generate savings by eliminating touch points or the need for manual work,” said Naresh Gulati, CEO and Founder of Ascent One.

Ascent One’s integration experience and expertise means all Ascent One modules can easily integrate with a provider’s internal systems to send or receive data. Further, the technology helps providers stay compliant via its ability to create a wide range of inbuilt or customised reports that support and track performance for providers.

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