Northern is using RIO Education for Scholarships & Bursaries
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We're super excited to announce that Northern College in Canada has successfully implemented RIO Education.
Northern College has over 75 full-time, part-time, certificate, diploma, and apprenticeship Programs, plus hundreds of in-class, web-based, and correspondence Courses. They also provide post-secondary and career preparation Programs and academic upgrading.
|Project duration||4 months - that's 4 months from discovery, through to implementation, test and go-live - whew!
|RIO features in use
||Student Scholarships & Bursaries (SBA).
Salesforce EDA, RIO Education core SIS, RIO Connect, Northern's existing student record system (MIS).
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Students use the existing Microsoft SSO mechanism to authenticate to the RIO Student Community for scholarship applications. RIO Connect is used to connect to the existing MIS to provide student information to the RIO SBA module.
Here's what Northern College had to say
What an amazing experience!
"Northern College has had the pleasure of working with the amazing RIO Team to develop and implement a new portal for their scholarships, bursaries and awards. We went from the discovery phase to the implementation in just 4 months! What seemed as an unachievable target was completed and launched seamlessly.
This has everything to do with the dedication, incredible work ethic and attention to detail from the amazing and supportive staff at RIO Solutions. We couldn't be more pleased with the customized, user-friendly and intuitive solution we were able to develop together. We have already seen a tremendous growth in our student applications for scholarships, bursaries and awards after just over one week of its launch. We look forward to a continued working relationship.
One last thought - Walt, Deb, Mei, Nicole and Jessie you are awesome! Thanks again for all your work from your friends at Northern College in Canada."