CRM Individual Subscription (Enrollment Management)

Overview:

University Relations/Enrollment Management uses Salesforce for marketing to, recruiting, and admitting undergraduate, graduate, and professional students across the WVU System. Used in partnership with TargetX, use of the CRM ensures coordinated delivery of messaging across audiences and provides a centralized repository to record all types of engagement. It is designed to create more personalized and effective interactions.

Licensing restrictions:

These licenses are for use by WVU personnel only. When you submit a request for these licenses, the request will be reviewed by Enrollment Management before it is approved.

Eligibility:

Faculty can purchase with WVU funding.

Staff can purchase with WVU funding.

Students need to work with their supervisor if they require a license, which can be purchased with WVU funding.

How to order:

WVU Funds: Complete the SLIC Software Request Form . Funding for these licenses is required at the time of the request.

Personal Funds: These licenses cannot be purchased using personal funds.

Note: Before submitting a request for the software, read the above licensing restrictions to make sure you qualify to use the academic software. If you have any questions, contact SLIC by filling out a software assistance request using the SLIC Software Request Form .

Browser Compatibility:

The recommended browser for this software is Google Chrome, but you can also use Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Apple Safari.

Pricing:

Licenses cost either $720 or $72 annually based on the level of license necessary for the licensee to perform their job responsibilities. The annual subscription term is from January 15 through January 14 of the following year.

The cost is pro-rated based on purchase date. Licenses are renewed automatically unless notice of non-renewal is received by SLIC prior to Thanksgiving. Prices are subject to change based on contract renewal. The requesting department must provide funding information as part of the license request process.

 

Details

Article ID: 70678
Created
Wed 1/23/19 9:34 AM
Modified
Thu 1/23/20 2:49 PM