Each year at the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) Annual Conference, Credentials Solutions presents the ‘Spirit of Innovation Award' to client institutions that have helped the company develop and enhance its products and services. This year, Credentials was proud to recognize four schools with the award.
University of Alabama
Ken Foshee and the University of Alabama worked with Credentials to develop its new verification service, eduCheck®. The availability and input from everyone on staff was greatly appreciated.
Texas State University
Lou Jimenez and Texas State University also assisted Credentials with its efforts in the development of eduCheck. Lou and his staff, especially Martha Fraire-Cuellar, contributed by working with Credentials’ IT development group as well as providing several suggestions for adding enhanced functionality to the service.
Napa Valley College Police Department
Ken Arnold and the Napa Valley College Police Department assisted Credentials’ efforts to deploy License Plate Recognition (LPR) and daily mobile parking within the ParkingPlus® product line. The commitment from Chief Ken Arnold, valuable feedback from CSO Ronnie Galindo (Pictured) and dedication of Jazmin Delacruz went a long way in finally making the LPR dream a reality. Their ongoing support of the project is greatly appreciated as well.
Derek Cohenour (Pictured, Left), Joshua McMillen (Pictured, Right), and Shippensburg University worked with Credentials to implement Central Authentication Service (CAS), a single sign-on protocol that permits a user to access multiple applications while only providing their credentials once. By utilizing CAS, transcript requestors, registrars and transcript staff are not required to use another user ID and password for the Credentials system when logging on from their school's portal.