RedShelf Expands Portfolio of Workflow Solutions for Campus Bookstores

prnewswire | February 03, 2020

RedShelf Expands Portfolio of Workflow Solutions for Campus Bookstores
RedShelf, an EdTech company working to make education more affordable and effective through the use of digital learning resources, today announced powerful new enhancements to its portfolio of workflow solutions collectively known as the RedShelf Content Delivery System (CDS). RedShelf's proprietary CDS technology platform streamlines all of the complex workflows involved in acquiring, selling, distributing, and billing for course materials. "As higher education continues to evolve in the digital age, we've seen the role of the campus store evolving as well. But what hasn't changed is the fact that institutions rely on their stores to provide efficient delivery of affordable course materials to students," said Greg Fenton, CEO and co-founder of RedShelf. "Our responsibility is to work with the store managers and course materials managers to develop tools that empower them to provide the best solutions for the students and institutions they serve."

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Spotlight

In order to reach a wider audience in a significantly short amount of time, organizations need to enhance and improve the quality of their learning strategies. They can do so by adopting eLearning and Mobile Learning, but these options also have drawbacks. To offset these challenges, they can, instead, make use of a personalized learning plan.