Save Time, Stay Organised & Achieve Your Business Goals With Intelligent Agent Focused CRM Software

EduAgent CRM lets you manage your partners better, improve the applicant journey and give your team the tools they need to help you grow your study abroad business.

You want a CRM that helps capture & manage your enquiries. That’s a given.

But what about a CRM that does more than just store the names and addresses of your clients? EduAgent CRM  provides you with a streamlined workflow that focuses on quickly moving simple enquiries into enrolled students with your partner schools. Designed to be used by individuals or teams, EduAgent CRM gets you working faster and smarter with a vision to help you achieve your business goals.

Is EduAgent CRM right for my Agency?

Startup Education Agency

If you’re just starting out for the first time, you want to be certain to optimise your operation from day one. A CRM will most definitely bring in the required efficiency you need to inform your applicants and partners that you are ready for business.

Small Established Education Agency

Now that you have a small but well established team managing hundreds of applications a year, your main challenge most likely revolves around organising your tasks and managing your growing number of leads. You will need to delegate tasks appropriately between staff and applicants, while also standardising processes such that your whole team work as a single unit.

Large Multiple Office Education Agency

Having built your agency over the years, with multiple offices and staff, your main challenge is most likely centred in making sure all your team members are working at optimum following up enquiries, passionately supporting prospective students and confidently guiding them through the application process in a way that is easy for you to monitor.


Recent Blog Posts

The Week in 100 Words: Scotland confirms EU student funding for 2017 and Indian agents petition to ban onshore commissions

Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words 10th – 16th October 2016 ***For the full story and source, please click on the link headlines*** Scotland confirms EU student funding in 2017 The Scottish government has pledged that EU students beginning their studies in September 2017 […]

The Week in 100 Words: UK proposes more complex visa rules and the value of Asian Higher Ed is at risk

Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words 3rd – 9th October 2016 ***For the full story and source, please click on the link headlines*** More complex visa rules proposed by the UK Home Office In order to further reduce net migration to the UK, […]

The Week in 100 Words: Education New Zealand Announces Funding and Plans for Student Space in Brussels

Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words 29thth September – 2nd October 2016 ***For the full story and source, please click on the link headlines*** Education New Zealand announces latest funding round Several projects to develop international education growth in New Zealand […]