Schools and universities get top grades with education document management

Education administrators take control of paper and electronic files to lower cost and improve operations with education document management.

Schools, both public and private, have large volumes of student records and educational files that must be carefully managed. Document Locator is document management software for education that helps education administrators take control of paper and electronic documents so that more critical resources can be focused on the core mission of learning.

Document management across the educational institution

Using Document Locator, schools and universities have a paperless way to manage student records and operational files. Information is securely stored and shared among all components of the educational institution, from the Registrar's office, to academic departments, to Financial Aid, to Bursar and Development offices and more.

With instant searchability of admissions and financial-aid documents, decisions can be made quicker. Electronic access to operational files in accounting and HR reduces the need for storage and improves the speed of operational processes. Remote access to records from authorized people off-campus, gives educational leaders on-demand access to records without delays or costs associated with shipping.

Registrars find and keep the best students

Faster access to files speeds student application and review decisioning and gives registrars an advantage in the competitive race to keep and retain the best students. Structured, organized storage of admissions applications, transcripts, certificates, diplomas, and other student records improves the efficiency of operations.

Schools go green and paperless

Scanning and converting paper documents is a greener approach that offers the added benefits of automating the flow of information and making it more readily-accessible when needed. For example, paperless education document management can be used for:

  • Admissions applications
  • Registration documents
  • Graduation and diplomas
  • Residency documents
  • Conduct Statements
  • Enrollment certifications
  • Financial Aid applications and disbursements
  • Fee Adjustment Requests
  • Transcripts and report cards

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