Hobsons EMT to Exhibit at Educause 2009 Conference

Cincinnati, OH (PressExposure) October 28, 2009 -- Enrollment Management Technology (EMT) software provider, Hobsons, will address how Universities can streamline and implement software as a service (SaaS) and Student Information Systems (SIS) to increase enrollment, retention and diversity rates at the annual Educause conference November 3-6. This event will be held at the Colorado convention center, 700 14th street in downtown Denver.

Experts from Hobsons will be on site at booths 672 and 674 to discuss industry trends and new technologies available to admissions professionals to help improve department efficiency and save money. Hobsons is known as a technology innovation expert with a focus in SIS and SaaS to deliver a hybrid deployment method which is unique from other enrollment management software providers.

“2010 is going to be a big year for University Admissions departments, who are faced with higher demands and more applicants than ever,” Hobsons EMT president Sasha Peterson said. “The 2009 Educause conference gives a sneak peek into what’s ahead, and some of Hobson’s newest product offerings.”

Hobsons EMT representatives will be on-site at booths 672 and 674 at the 2009 Educause Conference November 3-6. Advanced registration is encouraged and can be made online. More information and registration can be found at http://www.educause.edu/E2009/Denver/Program.

About EMG

Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, Hobsons supports education professionals in the preparation, recruitment, management, and advancement of students. With secondary school solutions, integrated marketing tools, enrollment management technology, and retention solutions, Hobsons provides innovative solutions that make it easy to help students make the best decisions throughout the entire education lifecycle.

For more information, please visit http://www.hobsons.com

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Press Release Submitted On: October 28, 2009 at 1:31 pm
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