Next Gen Student System Company Thesis Taps EdTech Executive as New CEO

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The global provider of cloud-based Student Information System (SIS) for mid-market higher education institutions announced Sept. 7 the appointment of Paul McConville as Chief Executive Officer.

Thesis provides student information management solutions for higher education institutions worldwide, focusing on the use of best-practice standards, automation, and process simplification to free faculty and staff from administrative work so they can concentrate on their core mission, which is delivering an exemplary experience to students seeking a wide variety of educational experiences.

Thesis SM delivers a modern software suite that breaks free of the constraints of legacy systems, giving higher education institutions the ability to scale and evolve to meet new marketplace realities with a purpose-built software-as-a-service solution.

McConville will be responsible for leading all aspects of the business to deliver the next generation of cloud-based SIS capabilities, serving Thesis’ 200+ customers and developing employees. A proven leader, McConville has held executive roles in a series of high-growth businesses. Most recently, he was Senior Vice-President at Hobsons, responsible for revenue growth, client retention and client health for over 11,000 middle and high schools and over 1000 higher education institutions.

“Thesis, and our expert team, have a long history of empowering colleges and universities to effectively operate the business of engaging, enrolling and managing the student lifecycle,” said new Thesis CEO Paul McConville. “I’m excited to work with our clients across the globe, and to continue the development of the most powerful SaaS-based SIS in the industry. There continues to be a massive opportunity to help higher education institutions improve student engagement and streamline internal processes. Thesis’ solutions, backed by the best team in the industry, are in the perfect position to assist colleges and universities around the world.

For more information, we invite you to visit Thesis’ website: http://www.thesiscloud.com/

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