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07/6/2020

Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) Brief

Why Read This Research

As higher education institutions prepare to return to campus, many IT Constituent relationship management systems have grown in popularity as organizations have sought more effective ways to manage and nurture prospect and constituent relationships over time. Connecting students with institutional resources has become a priority since COVID-19, and institutions are now taking a more student-centered view of communication and engagement.

Features

  • Software in Focus: Constituent Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Author: Karen Boudreau-Shea, Research Director, Student Success, The Tambellini Group
  • Length: 5 pages
  • Research Availability: July 2020

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