FileReview.com- Financial Aid Quality Assurance
Online PR News – 14-October-2012 – Gilbert, AZ – CampusLogic is pleased to announce the release of FileReview.com, a web-based solution developed and used by CampusLogic to ensure a consistent approach to quality assurance and provide insight into financial aid process performance.
Compliance with Department of Education and school policy and procedure is an ongoing concern for every college and university financial aid department. FileReview.com ensures that regulatory compliance is measured, reported, and achieved.
“FileReview.com is the most effective way for schools to manage and monitor financial aid quality assurance,” said Gregg Scoresby, CEO of CampusLogic. “We use FileReview.com to help our clients identify the root cause of quality issues, develop and evaluate proposed solutions, target training, and implement process improvements.”
FileReview.com is designed to:
Reduce regulatory risk
~ Align with ED requirements
~ Standardize audit criteria
~ Uniform application of policy
Improve process insight
~ Establish baseline quality standards
~ Understand people, process, and technology deficiencies
~ Provide trend analysis and highlight training needs
~ View quality results at a campus & individual level
~ Monitor daily, weekly, and monthly results
~ Develop fact-based improvement plan
To learn more about how FileReview.com can improve the file accuracy, process efficiency, and regulatory compliance of your financial aid department please visit www.FileReview.com.
CampusLogic provides interim staffing, project-based consulting, and business process outsourcing solutions across the entire financial aid life cycle. Our financial aid service offerings include student contact, document collection, verification services, award packaging, disbursement processing, refund management, and default prevention. CampusLogic has a track record of providing measurable results for all financial aid services including faster processing times, higher compliance rates, and greater student satisfaction.