Posts by Jimmi

Multilingual Application Form in RIO Education for Salesforce

In more recent years, education providers are starting to recruit international students. The reason is to promote diversity, enrich the educational experience and enhance social development. Besides that, there are also providers that offer language programs. This gives students across the globe the opportunity to learn many different languages in different parts of the world.…

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Release 1 for TCSI is Officially Live

TCSI has officially gone live!   This means the B2G APIs, TCSI Data Entry and PRODA linking capability are in production. Providers can start finalising the PRODA settings to connect to TCSI.   Once connected, providers will have access to TCSI on a “read-only” mode, meaning users can only view the records. Both new records…

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WDCI Attends The 2019 TCSI Roadshow

We recently attended the 2019 TCSI Roadshow in Brisbane and thought we would share some key points.   Technical/Process TCSI team is not (and is not planning on) providing direct access for developers to test in. Both the USI and CHESSN will not be made as TCSI’s identifier. They will just be values required for…

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Manage attendance rates with RIO Education for Salesforce SIS

In some Education organisations, there is a requirement for students to maintain a minimum percentage or satisfactory attendance in all their sessions/classes throughout their course of study. Failure to meet the attendance requirement may result in numerous outcomes, including failing a course etc.  Managing and recording this can be time-consuming. RIO Education offers a standard…

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Reporting on Academic Probation with RIO Education for Salesforce SIS

“Academic Probation” is one of the common terms that education providers use to indicate that a student is not academically progressing to meet the graduation requirements. For example, student grades/GPA are not sufficient enough to continue if his/her grades/GPA do not improve.   Today, the number of students under academic probation can be quite alarming…

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Explore Student Retention and Attrition Analytics with RIO Education for Salesforce SIS

Let’s explore how Salesforce Einstein Analytics can assist you in analysing student retention and attrition rates.   Being able to analyse this spectrum of information is beneficial for education providers. Why? Because being able to identify reasons for attrition, retention and attrition from differing countries etc help providers with the next course of actions required…

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Simplifying Re-Enrollments with RIO Education for Salesforce SIS

Re-enrollment is not something unusual for education institutions. While the word “Re-enrollment” is self-explanatory, there are a few reasons why re-enrollment is in place. These include: Student Program/Course that will continue next year Students applying for a transition to another Program/Course Students that did not meet the academic requirements and would like to re-try etc…

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Accessing Student Timetable in RIO Education

As a university student back in the early ’90s, I had my class schedules/timetables printed on A4 sized paper. I used to fold them so that they could fit into my pocket. Making sure that I had them with me all the time for easy reference.   However, with the advance in technology, information can…

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Level 5: Reporting Validation in Salesforce SIS

If you haven’t already seen, we have already covered The Introduction, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 methods to reduce common reporting issues i.e. data quality issues. Now let’s take a look at the final method, the level 5 approach – reporting validation. This method is similar to the real-time warning/error (Level 3) method. The difference…

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Level 4: Do-It-Yourself Data Fix in Salesforce SIS

So far we have covered 3 methods/options to reduce compliance reporting issues – The Introduction, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 methods. In this blog, we will discuss the Level 4 method – the “Do-it-yourself” approach. In this approach, the student will be reminded and tasked to fill out their required details before the…

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