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University of North Carolina Wilmington moves from Transcripts on Demand to TranscriptsPlus


Credentials TranscriptsPlus PDFs sent through the eScrip-Safe Network


What Our Clients are Saying


"The implementation could not have gone any smoother. The entire implementation time took seven days. This has been the fastest and most efficient implementation I've experienced thus far. We look forward to a continued partnership with Credentials eScrip-Safe for years to come."


Jonathan Reece

University Registrar
University of North Carolina Wilmington
What Students & Alumni are Saying
"Robin did a wonderful job solving my problem. She was warm, kind and provided excellent service."
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       Issue 8 - March 2015
Credentials Chronicles
News from Credentials eScrip-Safe

Dear Friends of Credentials eScrip-Safe,


Things have been quite busy at all our offices in the first quarter. Our Customer Service Team has answered a record number of student and alumni phone calls and emails. Our IT Team has opened up the eScrip-Safe Receiving Network to schools in Illinois and Wisconsin utilizing TranscriptsPlus. All other client institutions will be enabled by the beginning of the summer. Also, the University of North Carolina Wilmington became the first school to convert from Transcripts on Demand to TranscriptsPlus, while also being our fastest implementation ever at 7 days.

No matter how busy we get, Credentials is always focused on providing your school, students and alumni with the best transcript solutions and customer service in the industry. Check out the video above to learn about our service philosophy.

Our team looks forward to discussing our features and functionality with you at this spring's upcoming conferences and on your campus.




Tom McKechney


Signed, Sealed, Delivered
J. James Wager, Consultant & Education Strategist 

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"Signed, sealed, delivered." An expression we have heard many times and one that we often equate with the good-old-days, when important documents were manually prepared and delivered through the post office. The expression portrays finality and trust: signed - the author has been identified and the document is genuine; sealed - the document has not been altered and its contents can be trusted; delivered - the document has arrived at its destination.


Jack Weber named EVP for Institutional & Industry Relations for Credentials eScrip-Safe
Jack Weber has been appointed Executive Vice President for Institutional and Industry Relations for Credentials eScrip-Safe. Since 1997, Jack has been Executive Vice President at Credentials Solutions and oversaw the sales and marketing operations for all of the company's product lines. In this new position he will focus on customer engagement, industry involvement and establishing a cooperative user community.
Terry Reed Terry's Tidbits

The mechanism used for selecting dates when working with Transcript Order History and Work with Current Addresses has been updated. The new date-picker fields will allow users to enter a range of dates (maximum range of 31 days for Transcript Order History and 90 days for Work with Current Addresses) for which data is needed. The updated date-picker will allow for reports to be generated on a more regular basis, with the user having more control over what data is selected. These reports will provide data from the most recent 18 months.


Please contact your Client Relationship Manager if you have any questions. 

Meet Credentials
Jim Wager

Jim Wager is a Consultant and Education Strategist with Credentials eScrip-Safe. He's been  helping integrate Credentials Solutions and eSCRIP-SAFE post-merger. Jim had worked at SCRIP-SAFE since 2006. Prior to that, he was at Pennsylvania State University for 32 years, starting  in 1974 as the Assistant Coordinator of Administrative Services and working his way up to University Registrar and eventually Assistant Vice Provost for Enrollment Management.


Jim brings a unique skill set to the company, as he has a deep understanding of the challenges registrars face and a firm grasp of the role technology plays in streamlining the transcript process.