ARLINGTON, VA--(Marketwired - January 12, 2016) - SynGlyphX™, the leading provider of interactive data visualization and discovery technology, announced today that it is teaming with the University of Notre Dame to help college and university Enrollment Management offices take advantage of the breadth and depth of data available to support enrollment management decisions.
As pointed out by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges in its September / October 2013 Trusteeship Magazine, "College and university enrollment management programs, at their best, are a thoughtful combination of registration/ retention, market research, admissions, and financial aid." In today's "wired" environment, there is more data available each day to help in the decision making process. The challenge, however, is in making the data accessible in an efficient and effective manner.
SynGlyphX and Notre Dame will work together to develop an interactive data visualization software tool (Enrollment Management GlyphKIT™) that addresses the data challenges of the Enrollment Management and Admissions offices and aids in decision making. This GlyphKIT™ will provide a variety of benefits including: increasing the sophistication of using layers of quantitative and qualitative considerations in the selection process; speeding the time at which Enrollment Management makes appropriate admissions and scholarship award decisions; reducing the amount of time required to read information that can more easily be visually represented and comprehended; and allowing for faster and greater scenario analyses on all data associated with an applicant and prospective enrollee.
"Notre Dame is excited about this collaboration with SynGlyphX as it will not only help our Enrollment Management office, but we see this as a means of also helping a wide variety of colleges and universities more efficiently and effectively address their Enrollment Management decisions," said Don Bishop, Associate Vice President, Undergraduate Enrollment, Notre Dame.
"SynGlyphX is proud to collaborate with Notre Dame on this GlyphKIT™," said Mark E. Sloan, CEO, SynGlyphX. "Notre Dame's Enrollment Management office brings a thorough understanding of the Enrollment Management process and will help SynGlyphX shape and create a compelling software tool that can be leveraged by colleges and universities across North America. This tool will sit on top of existing Enrollment Management applications and databases; our objective is to help schools get more out of the IT investments they have already made in this area."
"The collaboration between SynGlyphX and Notre Dame is part of a series of steps the University is taking to engage more fully with the entrepreneurial community," said Dr. Gregory Crawford, Associate Provost and Vice President, Notre Dame. "SynGlyphX has an innovative data visualization technology and the University is interested in helping advance the technology to bring new capabilities to the market."
SynGlyphX™'s technology can be applied to data needs across both the government and commercial sectors (including: Supply Chain, Human Performance, Marketing Analytics, Telecom and Utility Networks).
For more information on SynGlyphX, visit www.SynGlyphX.com.
SynGlyphX is transforming the way the world interacts with data for discovery and insight. With superior technology, perceptual engineering and knowledgeable staff, SynGlyphX offers its customers the ability to assimilate massive amounts of data in a single computer screen, allowing user to identify patterns, trends, and anomalies -- and ultimately "Transform Data to Knowledge. Faster." For more information about SynGlyphX, visit www.SynGlyphX.com.
About the University of Notre Dame
Founded in 1842, the University of Notre Dame provides a distinctive voice in higher education that is at once rigorously intellectual, unapologetically moral in orientation, and firmly embracing of a service ethos. The nation's pre-eminent Catholic university and rated among the top 20 of all U.S. institutions of higher learning, Notre Dame is organized into four undergraduate colleges -- Arts and Letters, Science, Engineering, and the Mendoza College of Business -- the School of Architecture, the Law School, the Graduate School, 10 major research institutes, more than 40 centers and special programs, and the University library system. Located adjacent to the city of South Bend, Ind., which has a metropolitan population of more than 300,000, Notre Dame is highly residential, with 80 percent of students living on campus, and also is known for the quality of its physical plant and the beauty of its campus, including the Golden Dome of the Main Building, the world's most recognized university landmark. www.ND.edu.
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