Tag: Slate

An Introduction to Advancement, Thanks to Slate

written by Josh Henry

My first experience with the day-to-day operations and technology needs of an institutional advancement office came through working with Slate at Technolutions. In 2019, an institution that I worked with through their implementation of Slate for admission made the decision to implement Slate for advancement in their existing database. Despite my strong knowledge of using…Read more

Transcript: Build a Better Instance with RHB: Configurable Joins “Building Up: Intermediate Configurable Joins Skills and Use Cases”

written by Megan Miller

“If you master [subqueries], you can do an enormous range of things, in terms of being able to return multiple records and really be able to get the system to pull out complex relationships…you have the capability to manipulate a lot of different data and present it so that it is digestible in a variety…Read more

Making your investment in Slate portals pay off

written by Megan Miller

A few weeks ago, a user posted to the r/ApplyingToCollege subreddit asking fellow Redditors which schools’ application portals stood out, and the responses were exactly what you’d expect from Reddit: a blend of useful insights and brutal honesty, all seasoned with a heavy dose of attitude. (By the way, if you aren’t monitoring r/ApplyingToCollege, you’re…Read more

Transcript: Build a Better Instance with RHB: Configurable Joins “Setting the Foundation: Configurable Joins Concepts and Basics”

written by Megan Miller

“Give yourself permission to experiment, to be patient, to take your time and to think about the same work you’ve been doing, but in a new way.” Sound like music to your overworked ears? That bit of wisdom comes from RHB Slate Integration Consultant John Michael Cuccia. He, along with RHB Senior Integration Consultants Megan…Read more