Regent Education Partners with Ocelot to Extend its Continuum of Student Care
FREDERICK, Md., July 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Regent Education, the leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions that automate financial aid verification, packaging, and disbursement for traditional and non-traditional academic years, and Ocelot, higher education's leading AI Student Engagement SaaS Platform, have formed a strategic partnership whereby Ocelot's student-centric chatbot platform will integrate with Regent deployments to provide expanded, student-specific answers to students' financial aid questions.
The solution will enable the most common set of financial aid-related questions, which students commonly ask through the Ocelot-powered Chatbot, to be answered via real-time integration within the student's Regent web or mobile interface or other institutional web interface to provide personalized, timely, and accurate answers. Examples of initial questions supported through this integration include the most-asked financial aid questions, "What is the status of my financial aid award?" and "When will my financial aid be disbursed?".
Through this partnership, mutual Ocelot and Regent clients will achieve benefits for both students and their institutions.
"We share Regent Education's commitment to making the financial aid process easier for students to navigate and reducing administrative burdens on financial aid staff. I am thrilled to provide our mutual clients and their students with an even stronger experience by integrating the technology and data," added Talin Andonians, Chief Executive Officer at Ocelot.
Regent and Ocelot have targeted Q4 2021 for initial deployments of this mutual integration.
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