Overall Satisfaction with Slate, by Technolutions
Slate is being used by our university for the entire admissions process and for communication to prospective and applied/admitted students. It also being used as a contact database for organization contacts from churches to schools. It is being used for event management from overnight events to appointments and walk-ins. It is used for communication logging from sms messaging to phone conversations.
- Their innovation and frequent release of new features.
- Their ease of integration that makes use by any school absolutely customized.
- Their invitation to be part of a large conversation on slate. [Their Twitter feed on the dashboard regarding all things slate]
- Probably just the aesthetics of layout.
- The layout and user friendliness of the mobile app.
- As much as I love their organic marketing strategy, I would love marketing material to share with other schools while I'm on the road. [Youtube demo, clean social media channels, etc]
- cams and Wufoo
BLOWS THEM OUT OF THE WATER. Slate has consolidated where we can create forms and the student records we can easily tie them to. Slate is so enrollment friendly because it was literally created with that use in mind. Once you go Slate it’ll be hard to ever go back. It’s the prime CRM for the job and it’s functionality for SMS and robo call campaigns allows us to easily reach students/parents through multiple avenues.
Do you think Slate, by Technolutions delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Slate, by Technolutions's feature set?
Did Slate, by Technolutions live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Slate, by Technolutions go as expected?
Would you buy Slate, by Technolutions again?
Any type of admissions/university scenario is going to be where Slate is well suited. Because of its customization opportunities, we haven't found too many scenarios where it isn't appropriate. Maybe working from the app on a cell phone? i.e. making calls from a query list because of the clunky mobile format?