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OnPlanU Pre-Collect Rocks Bursars SFS Conference

Bursars SFS Conference Builds Momentum for OnPlanU’s Pre-Collect Solution

Fresh off the heels of the Bursars SFS Conference at Florida’s beautiful Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort, we are excited about the buzz around OnPlanU—the latest problem solver in the higher ed receivables management market. In a sea of competitors trying to play catch-up, OnPlanU stands out with our mobile-first technology, fresh approach to tired student financial services solutions, and—most notably—our pre-collect product. The first solution of its kind, OnPlanU’s pre-collect system is designed to engage and collect from students who are either currently enrolled or recently left the institution with an outstanding balance. Our early adopters have seen great results. For example, James Madison University saved $92,000 in collection fees in just seven months!

At the conference, we also enjoyed connecting with people at the OnPlanU booth and sharing insight on three important topics during our speaker sessions:

  • Securing Transactions on Campus with Point to Point Encryption,
  • Engaging Millennials in the Workplace, and
  • Communication and Technology Strategies for Receivables Management.

Conferences like PDG are important in bringing awareness of emerging technology to schools who may not have it on their radar. But it also gives us the opportunity to hear about the needs of the higher ed market. Open communication lines are instrumental in enabling OnPlan to design and develop our solutions to fit your evolving needs.

If you missed PDG or just want to learn more about OnPlanU’s pre-collect system or full suite of receivables management solutions, contact Judi Flink at 847-507- 5399 or jflink@onplanu.com for more information.

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OnPlanU Joins InCommon

OnPlan Holdings, LLC, DBA OnPlanU, a leading provider of tuition management services and commerce for colleges and universities, has become an InCommon partner.

InCommon, operated by Internet2, provides a common trust framework for shared management of access to on-line resources for the education and research communities. Through InCommon, Identity Providers (higher education institutions) can give their users single sign-on convenience and privacy protection, while online Service Providers control access to their protected resources.

“Higher education demands an identity management solution that enables its students and staff to seamlessly access critical businesses services such as OnPlanU’s tuition management system,” said David King, CTO of OnPlanU. “OnPlanU’s partnership with InCommon will allow the 600 plus higher education participants to easily integrate their identity management service with OnPlanU.”

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OnPlan to Partner with PCI Security Standards Council to Improve Payment Data Security Worldwide

As Council’s newest Participating Organization, OnPlan to contribute to the development of PCI Security Standards OnPlan has joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a Participating Organization. OnPlan will work with the Council to achieve and improve payment data security worldwide through the ongoing development of the PCI Security Standards, including the Payment Card Industry […]

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Pre-Collection for Effective Tuition Management

As the gap between available financial aid and tuition grows, students and schools find themselves struggling with tuition management.

On December 4 – 7 in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the 37th National Student Loans Receivables Collection Conference, OnPlanU’s CTO, David King, along with Linda Combs from James Madison University, will be presenting a solution that actively engages students to repay their tuition resulting in a 20% reduction in collection costs.

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PDG Webinar: Securing Transactions on Campus with Point-to-Point Encryption

On Thursday, Nov 10th David King, OnPlanU’s Chief Technology Officer, along with University of California, San Diego Extension, will be presenting on how to use point-to-point encryption (P2PE) on campus for in-person and over-the-phone transactions to reduce PCI scope.