Slate, the leading admissions technology, has welcomed EdTech start-up Unibuddy into its roster of Preferred Platinum Partners.
At three years old, Unibuddy is the youngest company to pass the comprehensive application process and meet the rigorous requirements to become a preferred partner.
Unibuddy joins eight other companies, including Niche, EAB and WayBetter Marketing.
Slate, created by software development firm Technolutions, is the leading higher ed solution for communication, events management, data collection and more.
The partnership marks another step in Unibuddy’s rapid growth in the U.S. Higher Education sector.
In October of last year, the company revealed a first-of-its-kind partnership with Study in the USA. And so far in 2021, Unibuddy has celebrated passing significant milestones, including 400 global university partners.
Unibuddy and Slate’s partnership will enable universities and colleges to democratize critical student data across their tech stack. Customers can draw the full student journey at every stage of the student recruitment lifecycle. What’s more, this relationship helps the Unibuddy team grow its expertise on the Slate technology to better serve customers in realizing the full potential.
Slate and Unibuddy will also introduce a full, seamless integration, granting customers better access to prospect data, an analytical understanding of their admissions funnel, and better visibility in measuring marketing ROI.
Diego Fanara, Unibuddy CEO, said: “It’s a great honor to see our product pass Slate’s rigorous requirements to become a Preferred Platinum Partner – and the youngest, at that. It’s testament to our rapid growth in the U.S., and the incredible impact our software is having on the higher education sector and thousands of prospective students.”
Alexander Clark, Founder and CEO of Technolutions, said: “We’re always looking out for the next big start-ups and trends in higher education – and it’s clear that Unibuddy is one to watch. They’ve capitalized on the growing demand from Gen Z to hear authentic stories and get real opinions. And their 400+ university partners prove the technology is having an impact for universities and colleges. We’re delighted to welcome them into the Preferred Partner program.”