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CampusLogic Customers Ready to Begin Processing 2015-16


Financial Aid SaaS Startup Completes Seamless Upgrade for Coming Award Year

Phoenix, Ariz. (January 22, 2015) – CampusLogic – a tech startup delivering cloud solutions to financial aid offices – released its software upgrade for the 2015-16 award year. CampusLogic customers can now process verification and C Code resolutions for the 2015-16 award year. The upgrade of its suite of products comes at a time when schools are struggling to manage traditional software upgrades and meet the demand of their busy season.

It’s not uncommon for most schools to run behind on adoption of software upgrades because their IT staff is stretched thin. However, those relying on software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can be ready for the next award year with minimal effort.

“One of the key benefits of SaaS is that upgrades are managed by the vendor, not the customer,” said Chris Chumley, CampusLogic COO.

CampusLogic’s software service allows for immediate upgrade to all customers. Institutions that traditionally waited to begin the verification process until their student information system (SIS) had been upgraded can now start the process much sooner.  This is a crucial benefit for schools with many other technology priorities who want to engage students sooner to impact their enrollment.

“For CampusLogic customers, going to a new award year is really a non-event,” said Chumley.

The 2015-16 FAFSA was available January 1, 2015, and CampusLogic’s StudentVerification platform is ready to process student information.

About CampusLogic
CampusLogic delivers SaaS solutions for colleges and universities that decrease administrative costs, lower security risk and dramatically improve the student experience. CampusLogic is transforming the way schools provide financial aid and other student services, disrupting the $41 billion higher education market with solutions that fundamentally change the way business is done. For more information, visit www.CampusLogic.com.

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