NFE Credentialing Engine
ENHANCE YOUR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM, DRIVE MEMBER VALUE
ABILA NETFORUM ENTERPRISE™ CREDENTIALING ENGINE, POWERED BY AGILUTIONS
When it comes to standing out in a crowd, nothing says more about your members’ knowledge, skills, and professional commitment than credentials and certification.
Abila knows bringing these programs to life is no small task. Certification and credentials aren’t just badges of honor that distinguish your members – they can help differentiate your organization, too. A well-designed credentialing management solution is an essential part of any certification program, enabling staff to manage the program with confidence, and empowering learners to have more visibility and participation into the process.
Our netFORUM Enterprise™ Credentialing Engine, powered by Agilutions, allows you to effectively and efficiently manage your credentialing program throughout each stage of your members’ career journey, from graduation to retirement.
Whether you’re customizing the online application workflow or automating requirements for renewal, netFORUM Enterprise has a solution to fit your needs, all while driving results.
- MINIMIZE ADMINISTRATION: Monitor and manage certifications from a single database, creating a true, 360-degree view of members.
- DRIVE REVENUE: Empower constituents to manage their own progress, with step-by-step wizards to guide them through the application process, personalized to-do lists of open requirements, and total visibility into – and throughout – the process.
- IMPROVE RETENTION: Automatically create renewal requirements, based on completion of the latest round of certification, then immediately communicate them back to the member via automated campaigns.
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Download the netFORUM Enterprise™ Credential Engine brochure for additional insights.
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