(Phoenix Business Journal) CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby Recognized as Valley EdTech Leader to Watch

CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby was recently highlighted as a “Valley EdTech Leader to Watch” by the Phoenix Business Journal in its September 2019 edition. Gregg stands out among this year’s honorees for the impact he has made as CampusLogic maintains its laser focus on helping schools change lives. Currently, about 3 million students per year drop out of school for reasons related to finances. CampusLogic’s student financial success platform is helping to change that. 

“I am motivated to help make higher education more accessible to all students while driving more informed student borrowing and increasing degree completion,” explained Scoresby of the inspiration behind CampusLogic’s mission. A problem solver and purpose-driven, Scoresby told the Phoenix Business Journal that he believes in surrounding himself with individuals who want to make a difference in the world, and he enjoys the challenge of delivering software products that contribute to student financial success. 

In an ever-changing world, software development is never done. CampusLogic is continually building new products and enhancing existing products to help schools deliver student success. It’s “like running a long race at a fast pace, but there isn’t really a finish line,” says Scoresby. “We will never be done delivering student financial success.” 

Read the entire article here to learn more about CEO Gregg Scoresby and how CampusLogic continues to deliver solutions to help schools change lives. 

 

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