CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Copley Retention Systems announced today a major rebranding of its higher education retention software, to be known as Nuro Retention, and its corporate entity, Nuro Learning www.nurolearning.com. “We feel that Nuro speaks to the ability of our software to create meaningful, useful information from disparate data sources,” said CEO Tom McNamara. “Our system is built to impact individual and institutional success using the many data sources already in use at partner institutions from day one. The Nuro name is a reflection of how our software achieves the interconnection of these data points and becomes the neural center of information on campus.”
The Nuro Retention platform creates a network of data that continually reports success indicators at the individual student, campus professional, department, and institutional level. Chief Technology Officer Chris Rodriguez has led the Nuro development team to complete a solution able to consume, normalize, and contextualize data from any source. “We built this technology knowing that there was all this data floating around and no way for schools to use it when and how they needed to. We wanted to create a platform that leverages this data and gives stakeholders a place for communication and collaboration.”
In addition, the Copley corporate entity will be renamed Nuro Learning, reflecting the company’s current software, consulting, and training offerings, as well as its future growth plans.
Members from the Nuro team will be exhibiting at the annual DREAM, NASPA, AAC&, HLC and AACC conferences.
About Nuro Learning
The Nuro Learning team is dedicated to supporting student success by making data actionable. The Nuro Retention platform works to network institutional data and inform stakeholder strategies to provide the most positive impact on student outcomes. Nuro and their partners provide software, consulting, and best-practice institutional training that directly impact student success, retention, and completion. Nuro Learning is based in Chicago, Illinois and Miami, Florida.