Conext.me Adds Jeri Prochaska to Lead Its Business Development Team

By Education Technology Insights | Monday, October 12, 2020

San Diego based Conext.me adds Jeri Prochaska to its business development team.

FREMONT, CA: Today, cloud-based Ed-tech software darling Conext.me (Conext) added Jeri Prochaska to its expanding team. Jeri is joining as the Vice President of Business Development, where she will be responsible for accelerating collaborations with colleges and universities.

Conext is excited to develop Jeri's 20 years of expertise in the private and public education area to its quickly growing cloud-based communication software. The Conext hurdles solve felt by every school and amplified by COVID, and the company could help it remediate.

Jeri co-established the member-driven organization CSPEN (Career School Private Education Network) and remains executive director. CSPEN offers timely and relevant data to the sector to comply with federal and state regulations. Jeri is the powerhouse connector in the industry. She brings with her many raving fans who look to her as a professional to help solve their school's challenges.

Career Conext is a software developed for the career and community college space, delivering software that enhances enrollment, career services, financial aid, student services, and registrar. Conext offers smart AI-powered work-flows that reduce repetitive tasks, nudge students to complete tasks, store documents within its software, or automatically upload into a school's SIS.

Started in 2018, Conext is a platform developed for the career and community college space. The Conext platform is tailored to manage the work-flows of the college's Admissions, Enrollment, Financial Aid, Career Services, Student Services, and Registrar teams. Conext integrates with the college's SIS and CRM platforms and transferring that information into actionable business intelligence. From creating AI chatbots to handling intern/extern timesheets, Conext is developed to automate many tedious, low-value, error-prone tasks.

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