Minneapolis, Minn. – June 30, 2017 – Congratulations to the newly implemented schools of the end of first quarter through the second quarter of the 2017 calendar year.
Kiamichi Technology Center went live with Lumens in early April. The change was a warm welcome from the challenges they faced with their previous homegrown solution. Kiamichi offers post-secondary adult education, career education, and business and industry training for the southeastern area of Oklahoma.
Before Lumens, Baylor University Continuing Education was to inherit a program that took registrations by mail, walk-in and phone for over 20 years. They were excited to launch their startup non-credit program, located in Waco, Texas.
Athens State – located in Athens, Alabama – was started as an all-woman’s school in 1822. It has undergone other changes over the years and in 1998 became an autonomous university. The Center for Lifelong Learning is excited to reach more learners with the help of their new Lumens system.
Augusoft®, Inc. develops and maintains Lumens® – the first SaaS enrollment management system designed for the continuing education industry. More than 5.7 million students have registered for continuing education classes using Lumens. Visit http://augusoft.net to see Lumens in action.
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