This post is part of a series featuring sponsors from the WPCampus 2019 conference. This event would not be possible without the support of these amazing organizations. Be sure to check out their services.
We start with search. Then we transform your institution. Funnelback is an on-site search platform that combines a powerful machine learning algorithm with a comprehensive insight engine to empower your visitors, students, and staff. And we don’t stop at search. At Funnelback, we don’t see search as the endgame. It’s the technology that underpins great solutions. Born out of a University collaboration with the Australian government in the early days of the internet, Funnelback aimed to surface the most relevant information for each user at the right time, every time. Funnelback for Higher Education is purpose-built for the sector, with the fastest time to deployment in the industry and included accessibility auditor to make sure you’re meeting the law and doing what’s right.
HelpJet is a hosted knowledge base. As it’s built on the WordPress platform, it features a familiar interface and targeted features, ideal for creating and managing content. There’s no installation; a 30 second guided setup is all that’s required to create a structured, searchable, cost and time-saving knowledge center. From the developers of the #1 WordPress knowledge base theme and more than 20,000 sales worldwide, choose HelpJet for your next project.
Milepost 42 is a partner for small business owners who want to focus on their business, not the “techie stuff” needed to keep it running and secure. When you want someone else to deal with the web stuff, Milepost 42 can help.
Sticker Mule is the fastest and easiest way to buy custom printed products. Powered by a 100% remote team, we operate in 17 countries and ship worldwide to thousands of customers. We provide free online proofs, free artwork help, free worldwide shipping, blazing-fast turnaround, and 24/7 customer support.
WPCampus 2019 takes place July 25-29, 2019, on the campus of Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. It’s three days filled with sessions, workshops, networking, and social events—all focused on using WordPress in higher education.
Can’t make it to the event? Check out the 2019 watch page to livestream sessions.