Higher Education Software Company, Career Conext, On-Boards Central Coast College

May 01, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Today, higher education software company, Career Conext, has on-boarded Central Coast College as their latest platform customer. Central Coast College (CCC) is the fourth school to adopt the platform in the past 4 months, behind High Desert Medical College, Make-Up Designory (MUD), and a large online college.

Career Conext integrates with existing Student Information Systems (SIS's), Customer Response Management (CRM), and Career Service software to provide paperless automation, text-based artificial intelligence (AI), and access to 2.5 million job postings each day. For Central Coast College, Career Conext is integrating with Campus Management, Inc to automate AI Chatbots and job placement management.

"We hope to be a Rosetta Stone of sorts for the Postsecondary market space," stated Mike O'Brien, CEO of Career Conext. "Through the use of partner APIs, we make it easy to add functionality to enhance existing systems without forcing a need to change to new systems." The educational software company continues to expand integrations with other SIS and CRM platforms including Fame, Orbund, Ellucian, and STARS.

Interested in a demo? Email madison@careerconext.com or visit our website.

About Career Conext:
Career Conext is software built for the career and community college space. The Career Conext platform offers software that enhances Student Services, Career Services, and Registrar. Conext is broken into three offerings: Perform, Bridge, and Employ.

Conext Perform takes the data from your SIS and produces visual reporting, identifies opportunities, and spotlights problem areas.

Conext Bridge enables your career services team to create job alerts for graduates with one click from 2.5 million jobs we import every day, getting students the jobs they need by email and text automatically.

Conext Employ provides a cloud-based job posting services for your employers, extern sites and other organizations who are interested in hiring your students.

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