Last week, we highlighted three 2015 Conference Vendors…today, you learn about two more!
There are some partnerships that just make sense. AcademyOne and their incredibly talented organization and staff are dedicated to finding better solutions for higher ed professionals and the services they provide to their students. This is why it makes perfect sense to highlight AcademyOne and their resources to a higher ed professional audience.
AcademyOne has the technical savvy and human resource capabilities to make many of our jobs in higher ed much easier. They consult, assess, problem solve, develop solutions and integrate systems enabling higher ed professionals to perform their jobs much better and deliver much more efficient services to their clients. The ability to develop strategies which create methods to simplify a very complex process or recruitment cycle is unprecedented.
We are very grateful to have AcademyOne, a global software development firm who happens to be right here in our backyard, back again for a second year to support our 2015 TAAC Conference.
Innovative thinkers, developers, specialists, and producers. These words should come to mind when anyone brings up the organization Carnegie Communications. Similar to some other 2015 TAAC Conference sponsors, Carnegie Communications has been leading the way on providing essential marketing communications and program development services for many higher ed institutions. Carnegie Communications is a 2015 TAAC Conference sponsor and TAAC cannot be more excited to have their support.
Carnegie Communications has over 30 years of experience as a higher ed marketing and recruitment firm with a proven track record on producing deliverable returns for companies and clients who engage in business partnerships with them. TAAC is proud to have them sponsor our 2015 conference and very thankful to have one very talented Senior Vice President present a session workshop. TAAC highly recommends 2015 TAAC Conference attendees sit in on Melissa Rekos, SVP of Digital Services, for Carnegie Communications, session workshop titled, “Data & Digital for Transfer — The Game Has Changed.”