Aurak picks UniversiTools recruitment software
Ras Al Khaimah, January 21, 2010
American University of Ras Al Khaimah (Aurak) has selected UniversiTools recruitment management software to advance student recruitment and to link with its student information system (SIS).
"In these competitive times, student recruitment is essential for the very well-being of any university," explained Professor Sharon Siverts, president of Aurak.
"We have installed UniversiTools SIS from White Mountain Technologies and liked the way this company handles its tasks, obligations, and promises. So we decided to move forward with them and implement their recruitment management software as well,” Siverts added.
UniversiTools software suite for universities is developed by White Mountain Technologies and includes SIS, scheduling (courses, classrooms, and exams), recruitment management and other modules.
Recruitment management, the most recent module launched in UniversiTools suite, completes the loop of student software from recruitment to graduation.
"Recruitment Management is an integral part of UniversiTools software, sharing a common database with the SIS and various scheduler modules," said Ghassan Abboud, White Mountain Technologies managing director.
"This architecture is essential in providing the university administration with a seamless navigation through the various tasks of recruitment to application, registration, scheduling, grading, clearance, and graduation,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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