Becoming a Connected Campus is a big vision. So where do you start?

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Jitterbit: Andrew Leigh --- CloudforGood: Eric McCune and Kristin Kiester --- Salesforce.org: Ali Ganjalizadeh

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Advancement, Student Success, Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions--You need a 360-degree view of your students and alumni. We’ve all heard about becoming a connected institution before, but what does that really mean? Learn how to overcome the challenges of multiple systems and student databases with a powerful connected campus solution. Join Cloud for Good and Jitterbit to learn about what it really takes to become a connected institution. Get details from experts in integration and implementation for institutions including: - How the Salesforce platform is built to eliminate both data silos and departmental process silos. - How do you know if your systems can integrate with Salesforce? - How to overcomes challenges like connecting to a Student Information System (SIS) where Salesforce will not be the system of record. - Ideas for enabling your school to better serve the needs of your students, staff, alumni and donors. Speakers: - Andrew Leigh, VP of Alliances - Eric McCune, Account Executive and Kristin Kiester, Alliances Manager, CloudForGood - Ali Ganjalizadeh, Product Manager, Salesforce.org

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