WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- The digital experience agency Primacy announced today that they have become a Slate Preferred Partner, joining a network of organizations that share a commitment to supporting students on their educational journeys.
The Slate Preferred Partner Program recognizes organizations that integrate with Slate CRM and offer implementation support while providing meaningful contributions to the higher education community. Slate Preferred Partners have a deeper understanding of the Slate product functionality and processes and have gained access to a variety of resources and insights into best practices.
Matt Cyr, the Managing Director of Primacy's Education practice said, "At Primacy, we support our higher education clients throughout the prospect journey, from ad to enrollment. Our focus is always on creatively bringing schools to life, communicating clearly and effectively, nudging the prospect to a decision, and providing data insight throughout the process. Deepening our partnership with Slate will help us be even more effective at each stage of the journey, helping schools successfully attract new students while supporting prospects as they search for their ideal college or university."
"We've been working with higher education clients for over a decade, and we continue to make investments in building the in-house capabilities to make our clients successful," added Stan Valencis, President of Primacy. "We're thrilled to partner with Slate and see it as a testament to our ongoing commitment to our higher education clients and the students they serve."
In order to meet the standards of a Preferred Partner, Primacy had to meet key service and capability requirements, and prove the unique value they offer to the Slate community. Slate Preferred Partners are listed in a directory available within all Slate databases. Institutions looking for supplemental Slate support and integration services can use the directory as a resource and have confidence in knowing each participant has been vetted by Technolutions and approved for participation.