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Enrollment Resources Honored as Best for Workers, Creating Most Overall Positive Employee Impact

MEDIA ADVISORY: For Immediate Release Enrollment Resources Honored as Best for Workers, Creating Most Overall Positive Employee Impact Evaluated by Comprehensive B Impact Assessment   September 8, 2016: Victoria, BC Today, ENROLLMENT RESOURCES is recognized for creating the most positive overall community impact by B the Change Media, based on an independent, comprehensive assessment administered […]

Constraint Theory and Process Improvement in Admissions

There is this cool process improvement book called The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt, an expert in Constraint Theory. Constraint Theory is used in effectively building jets or missiles or mainframe computers. Why is an EDU guy writing an article about manufacturing efficiencies? It’s because there are analogies everywhere and, as it happens, Constraint Theory […]

Scott Spitolnick joins Enrollment Resources as VP, Admissions Systems

Enrollment Resources is pleased to announce that Scott Spitolnick has joined our team effective immediately. Scott has over 30 years’ experience in Career Education Enrollment Management. Working successfully in several roles on the school and vendor side, Scott has managed lead generation campaigns, PR/branding campaigns, call centers, as well as both strategic and tactical admissions […]

Oh my gosh, it’s right under my nose

From the Desk of Tom King, Cleveland, Ohio  increasing enrollments. I can remember clearly the day, eight years ago, I first learned how I could increase our school’s revenue 30-40% without spending to any additional money to do so. When I first met the folks at Enrollment Resources and listened to their 30-40% revenue increase […]

The first major innovation in admissions – Details and Demo. Thursday, June 30th

Quick Read: Guarantee a best-practice, compliant, interview every time Add 3 extra enrollments per month/per rep 41% lift in interview to enrollment Short demo on game-changing software with Q&A Thursday, June 30th 11am PST Admissions people go “off book” all the time for lots of reasons. They get bored and start to cut corners, figure […]

Why Google May Not Be Your Friend

Major online media players like Google and Facebook have made significant changes to how Advertisers can now interface with them. Revenue per user at Facebook has increased almost 400% in recent years. Google has eliminated most of the paid search opportunities on search results pages from ten to only four. The positioning of paid ads, […]