Inigral Launches iPhone and Mobile Versions of Popular Schools App, Offering Proven, Innovative Ways to Connect with Students San Francisco, January 31, 2012—To help institutions maximize enrollment of students in the class of 2016, Inigral announced today the release of mobile and IPhone versions of its popular Schools App available to students at colleges and [...]
It’s 9 pm PST at the Inigral office. The engineering team is hard at work. Our marketing team still lingers, one working on an infographic and yours truly working on this post. The sales folks have left, but that’s only because they got in at 6 a.m. to reach the east coast. (way earlier than [...]
With much enthusiasm I announce that, as of October 19th, 2011 we have hired a new CEO, Jamie, Glenn.
Do you know what makes work great? Great people. You know what makes work even better? Great clients. Earlier today, one of our customers was getting an error as they tried to pull some data insights from our Schools App. When John was running into some issues, he creatively introduces himself and a screenshot of what’s going [...]
This is a continuation of our meet the Inigral Team series. Meet Brooks Morgan. Q: What position do you play at the office? I help decide what the best restaurants are for lunch while simultaneously overseeing the office coffee supply. The reminder of my time is spent working with colleges and partners as the VP [...]
This is a continuation of our series introducing you to the Inigral team. Meet Hannah Zachritz. So Hannah, where’d you come from before Inigral? I moved to San Francisco about a year ago as a recent grad from the University of Kansas. There I earned my BS in Finance and worked as an Account Executive [...]
We’re deciding to do a new introduction format for our employees. Here is a Q&A with our newest team member, Gabe Sanchez.
One of my favorite activities every year is mentoring at Seedcamp, an international start-up incubator based out of London with strong companies coming from Europe.
Inigral has been mentioned in many higher education media outlets including the Chronicle of Higher Education, Campus Technology, and InsideHigherEd, Along with several prominent major media channels including Reuters, TechCrunch, and the Facebook blog.
Here’s a list of comments we’ve curated from Twitter with feedback from colleges and universities about Schools on Facebook and Inigral. We will be updating this list regularly!
Last month, we announced we were conducting an experiment using Plancast and Foursquare to add a social layer to the 2010 Noel Levitz’ National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing and Retention and the 2010 eduWEB conference. A few weeks later, we’ve been able to digest the results and get feedback to report on.
We’re honored to help out the Kauffman Foundation round up entrepreneurs, hackers, and technologists for it’s Startup Weekend focused on Education.
We do our best to shape the next stages of our product development around the real needs of current and potential clients. Our primary tool for discovering those needs is the non-directed, ethnographic interview. The format of the interview is a relaxed, 30-60 minute guided conversation between one of our product designers and a single interviewee.
In less than a week, Inigral will be presenting at Noel Levitz’ 2010 National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing and Retention. This is an opportunity for the public to hear about the results of Inigral’s partnership with Arizona State University, and their experience with Schools on Facebook launched on their campus.
This year’s National Conference on Student Recruitment and Retention sponsored by Noel Levitz is gonna be a blast. Our team wanted to take some time out to highlight one of the 15 speakers focusing on social media topics (can you believe there’s 15 experts teaching about social media?! We’ve come a long way!)
Mark Greenfield is one of Higher Education’s most prolific students of social media. He can’t be described as a “bystander” or an “observer,” because he has had several hands in the pot since the inception of social media almost a decade ago.
Besides being the birthdays of several star-studded celebrities including NBA All-Star Dirk Nowitski, Actress Zoe Saldana, and Pop Star Paula Abdul, today also marks the debut of the Gen-Y focused power networking tour, GenJuice. Founded by Danielle Leslie (Cal ‘07), Virgilia Singh (ASU ‘09), and Arielle Patrice Scott (Cal ‘11), the organization sets out to create a vehicle for like-minded, entrepreneurial, young go-getters to network and use one another as resources for professional growth.