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Enrollment Management Startup FolderWave Breaks out of Stealth

TechFlash - Mar 3, 2014

Developed with the resources and expertise of the late Frank Campanella, a vice president and visionary at Boston College, enrollment management software company FolderWave Inc. has come out of stealth mode during one of the most busiest times of the year in academics, enrollment. Read More

How It All Comes Together: A Cloud-Based Enrollment System in Action

EdTech - January 6, 2014

In prior segments of our four-part series on how cloud computing is changing the admissions process, we assessed the impact of tech-savvy students, described how comparative data shapes enrollment, documented the return on investment generated by a cloud-based implementation, and highlighted benefits to admissions and IT organizations. In this concluding segment, we show a cloud-based recruitment system from four separate vantage points: that of a prospective student, an admissions counselor, an operations manager and a senior administrator. Read More

Why Higher Ed is Moving to the Cloud (Opinion)

Center for Digital Education - September 23, 2013

Higher Education has traditionally been slow to adopt new technology. As cloud computing becomes increasingly popular in many other lines of business, higher ed is taking notice for several compelling reasons... Read More

FolderWave, a Leader in Cloud-based Business Applications for Education, Poised for Growth

Press Release - August 6, 2013

FolderWave, Inc. announces investment funding from recognized business and education industry leaders James A. Champy and Susan E. Whitehead. The funding will be used to accelerate the growth of FolderWave's unique set of 10 cloud-based solutions that provide education institutions with powerful yet easy to use processes for the new digital era in education... Read More

How Cloud Computing Is Transforming College Admissions Operations

EdTech - July 12, 2013

For many colleges and universities, the materials needed to render a well-considered admissions decision can add up to hundreds of thousands of documents a year. The number of applications submitted for admission is increasing annually, thanks to the ease of web-based products, such as the Common Application... Read More

Tulane Adopts Cloud-based Admissions System

Campus Technology - July 7, 2013

Tulane University recently adopted a new cloud solution that aims to streamline the university's admissions process. Tulane has implemented FolderWave's Undergraduate Admissions Module. The solution includes "document imaging and indexing, business process re-engineering, as well as the deployment of cloud-based services," according to a company statement... Read More

Folderwave implemented at Tulane University; Cloud-based system supports undergraduate admissions

University Business - June 11, 2013

FolderWave, Inc. (www.folderwave.com), provider of 10 cloud-based products and services, today announced it has successfully implemented its Undergraduate Admissions Module at Tulane University. The project included document imaging and indexing, business process re-engineering, as well as the deployment of cloud-based services... Read More

Interview with Bob Burke, President of FolderWave, Inc.

Virtual Strategy Magazine - May 23, 2013

Virtual Magazine interview with Bob Burke, President of FolderWave, Inc. regarding higher education cost control, processes, disaster recovery and cloud computing... Read More

Wittenberg invests in software to ease application process

Dayton Business Journal - May 20, 2013

Wittenberg University has a new program designed to make its application process quicker and more efficient. Westford, Mass.-based FolderWave Inc. has installed its cloud computing system that automates the process of collecting applications for students of the university... Read More

Why Higher Ed is Adopting Cloud Computing

Today's Campus Magazine - March/April 2013

Cloud computing usage has exploded in higher education and is expected to continue unabated. This innovative technology is one of the hottest trends being deployed by campus executives around the U.S. as a strategic initiative in re-engineering the university's function... Read More

FolderWave Has Implemented Its Cloud Technology In Support Of Wittenberg University's Undergraduate Admission

FolderWave Press Release - April 8, 2013

FolderWave, Inc. (www.folderwave.com), a cloud-based SaaS company offering products and services designed to substantially improve many aspects of higher education, today announced it has installed its Undergraduate Admission process module at Wittenberg University (www.wittenberg.edu). This cloud computing system completely automates workflow and operations for managing applications, admission, and enrollment for the school... Read More

4 Reasons Why Admissions Should Be in the Cloud

Campus Technology - March 6, 2013

For schools wanting to test the cloud without committing to a campuswide solution, the admissions office may be the best place to begin. For starters, it promises the biggest bang for the buck. Second, as any admissions officer will attest, it's the campus department under the most pressure other than the finance group. Applicant pools continue to expand, even as budgets remain flat--or even shrink... Read More

Cost Savings in the Cloud

Campus Technology - February 5, 2013

For any institution looking to shift ERP systems to the cloud, big savings can be achieved--but only if the school has properly prepped before negotiations begin. These 3 steps can help... Read More

The Future of Higher Education and Cloud Computing

Edudemic - February 2013

For 2013, cloud computing has become one of the most buzzed-about tech trends and solutions that improves IT and operational efficiency for businesses. Along with productivity programs, cloud computing services are a growing necessity for business organizations. From marketing strategies to technology-focused operations, the needs of educational institutions don't differ too much from enterprises... Read More

FolderWave Announces Enhanced Cloud-Based CRM Product

FolderWave Press Release - February 2013

FolderWave, Inc., a provider of cloud-based products and services designed to substantially improve operational aspects of Higher Education, is continuing its focus on helping institutions automate key business processes by significantly enhancing its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) module. The CRM offering can be a stand-alone solution or bundled with other FolderWave modules, depending on a school's specific needs... Read More

Stevens Institute of Technology Selects FolderWave's
Cloud-Based Applications

University Business - February 22, 2013

For 2013, cloud computing has become one of the most buzzed-about tech trends and solutions that improves IT and operational efficiency for businesses. Along with productivity programs, cloud computing services are a growing necessity for business organizations. From marketing strategies to technology-focused operations, the needs of educational institutions don't differ too much from enterprises... Read More

Stevens Gets New Admissions Software

New Jersey Tech Weekly - February 21, 2013

The Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken) selected FolderWave, a Massachusetts provider of cloud-based products and services to update their undergraduate and graduate admissions enrollment modules... Read More

Stevens Institute of Technology Selects Folderwave's
Cloud-Based Applications

FolderWave Press Release - February 2013

FolderWave, Inc. (www.folderwave.com), a provider of cloud-based products and services designed to substantially improve operational aspects of higher education, today announced it has been selected by Stevens Institute of Technology to implement the intuitive and flexible FolderWave Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions modules... Read More

Cost Savings in the Cloud

Campus Technology - January 2013

For any institution looking to shift ERP systems to the cloud, big savings can be achieved—but only if the school has prepped before negotiations begin. These 3 steps can help... Read More

FolderWave Announces a User Group Forum

FolderWave Press Release - December 2012

FolderWave, Inc. (www.folderwave.com), a provider of cloud-based products and services designed to substantially improve operational aspects of Higher Education, today announced the creation of the FolderWave User Group Forum... Read More

From Tech To Toys, MetroWest Firms Aim For Education Market

Worcester Business Journal - December 3, 2012

It's hard to think about any aspect of life that hasn't been changed by information technology in a meaningful way over the last 20 years. But in the education technology field, the biggest changes may lie in the years ahead... Read More

Cloud Computing in Higher Education

The Higher Ed CIO - November 2012

The irony about cloud computing in higher education is that most schools have already been using it to some extent but may not even realize it. Gmail is one example. Yahoo Mail is another.The fact is, web-based applications – which many schools rely on for daily communication – don't always register with most people as being part of the cloud computing trend. But they are... Read More

Cloud Computing in Higher Education

North America Business Review - October 2012

The education is embracing cloud computing due to its offering of technological capabilities and cost savings... Read More (Page 16 in the ebook)

The Higher Ed Cost Crisis and What CFOs Are Doing about It

FolderWave Press Release - September 2012

It's no secret that costs are a major concern for most colleges and universities. In fact, costs in higher education are exceeding the rate of inflation—while operating budgets are shrinking. Given this financial squeeze, many executives are being asked to run the college or university more like a business and come up with ways to enhance the bottom line... Read More

FolderWave Names Executive Director of Customer Success

FolderWave Press Release - September 2012

FolderWave, Inc., a provider of cloud-based products and services designed to substantially improve operational aspects of Higher Education, today announced it has appointed Pamela Brennan as the company's new Executive Director of Customer Success... Read More

Why schools are hitting the books on cloud computing

Mass High Tech - June 19, 2012

Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular in higher education, normally a slow adopter of new technology. Cloud computing can be used for business continuity planning, or storing archived copies of data off to a cloud storage area - even students' papers and music that can be stored and retrieved whenever they want. This reduces hardware, software, and personnel costs and saves on space, repair, and electricity. It also allows the school to stay current with technology and enables multiple staff to view admissions simultaneously — in or out of the office... Read More

Cloud Computing in Higher Education

Cloud Computing Journal - May 4, 2012

There's no question that cloud computing usage has exploded and will continue unabated. An article in the September 30, 2011 issue of Campus Technology stated that a new industry forecast is predicting that cloud computing will account for 33 percent of all data center traffic by 2015. Perhaps even more interesting is the fact that cloud computing is not only becoming increasingly popular in general, but that it is growing in the education market, normally a slow adopter of new technology... Read More


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