On June 3, Spring Arbor University was honored at Jenzabar, Inc.’s annual conference in Nashville, Tenn., for its outstanding customer partnership with the company. Jenzabar, Inc. is a leading provider of software, services and strategies for higher education.
“The software development team of Spring Arbor University is to be commended as a leader among its peers in building innovative solutions for higher education. Our advancement team is to be commended for its strong commitment to the progressive work in supporting a new product solution,” says Jeff Edwards, vice president of technology services and CIO.
Spring Arbor University partnered with Jenzabar to create software solutions to automate faculty contracts, manage faculty load, and guide students to graduate through an academic planning tool. The SAU team has been active in introducing these tools to other Universities.
SAU was also cited for supporting the new Jenzabar system framework and initial product developed for institutional advancement offices, FrontRunner. SAU is one of only a three other universities participating in the pilot program. FrontRunner provides comprehensive advancement functionality in a flexible service-oriented architecture to help organizations achieve fund-raising success.
“We are excited to partner with Jenzabar as one of the pilot schools for FrontRunner. This new institutional advancement solution will greatly enhance the work of the development and alumni offices,” said Rhonda Saurbek, assistant vice president for advancement operations.