Carlson Thought Leadership in Finance & Technology
In my previous blog feature, I addressed how higher education institutions can develop clear strategies for enrollment management. Once an enrollment method is determined, the next step is to determine how to maximize room and board revenue, as well as financial aid.
Bethany Cavanagh, Executive Director of FP&A at CRISPR Therapeutics, shares how Adaptive Insights gives the organization enhanced capabilities in program reporting and saved time during their monthly close cycle.
Maryanne Petry, Vice President of Finance at Duck Creek Technologies, shares how Adaptive Insights cuts time from days to minutes for budget changes and improves collaboration between the FP&A team and key company stakeholders.
Higher education institutions are creating strategies that provide exceptional experiences for students while reducing their ever-increasing operational costs. To increase student enrollment, many colleges have evolved from learning facilities into all-inclusive resorts. Long gone are the days where you would enter a dining facility to wait in a buffet line for a lukewarm burger and overdone pasta. Colleges and their dining services are now employing top chefs to serve gourmet dishes.
It’s an exciting day on the sales floor. As a manager, you are leading and motivating a team while striving to meet quotas. To create accountability, you have allotted time each week to cold calling. You hear focused conversations, as your team members place calls to sell your products and services. You glance at the whiteboard on the wall, which shows who brought in leads and deals. You wonder: Will the team meet its quota?