Thanks to our hard working staff, our inspiring campus partners, and loads of coffee, OrgSync is bigger, better, and friendlier than ever before. We crunched a lot of numbers, and created the following report to share the results.
If all of our users got together, they could fill the largest college football stadium in the nation 26 times.
It took us nearly five years to reach a major milestone in our company’s history, one million users. Just under a year later, in March, 2013 we hit the 2 million user mark, and we are now extraordinarily close to reaching our next million.
Here are just a few we thought you might find interesting.
Data, data, and more data! DePaul University is taking their API data integration to a whole new level! In tandem with Tableau, DePaul University has created an impressive data visualization portal in which they can cross compare student demographics with organization and event statistics.
The University of Nebraska Omaha has created an alumni affairs umbrella. Keeping students on OrgSync through graduation is a great way to engage the current population of students with alumni and it is a vehicle through which the alumni association can easily reach out.
The University of Southern Indiana is using OrgSync to help support their assessment initiatives. From focus group sign-ups, to surveys and post-event reflections, they are using OrgSync in exciting new ways.
More students, faculty, and staff got involved and connected in 2013!
By moving 28,943 forms to OrgSync, our clients saved more than 7,100,000 sheets of paper, representing a cost saving of approximately $792,000.
Our development team typed so many keys you could lay them end-to-end across the continental United States.
2013 was a big year for OrgSync. We released loads of exciting new features and enhancements, both big and small. Below are some of the most notable. Check them out!
Not only is our product development team active within OrgSync, they are also active in the development community. They host monthly "Hack Nights" for other developers from the DFW area, and contribute to their own OrgSync Development Blog that covers industry topics and tips.
We definitely got bigger in 2013. Not only did we increase our campus partners, but we also expanded our office and continued to grow our team.