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Providence Methodology

Providence refers to our distinctive 'Providence MethodologySM' and we apply it to every project we undertake. This structured system leads to a truer understanding of your needs, flexibility in project execution, better service, and an overall better and more pleasant relationship.

A breakdown of Serensoft's Providence Methodology:


We recognize that each institution and department has its unique characteristics and needs — our rigorous assessment allows us to determine how to meet these needs.

Learning Management Systems

Serensoft's approach to Learning Management Systems or LMS's -- also known as Collaboration and Learning Environments or CLE's -- rests on the simple premise that faculty should spend MORE time developing course content, and LESS time administering courses.

Technology Diffusion

Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN Selects Serensoft to Help With ERP System Selection

Portsmouth, NH – April 10, 2007 – Serensoft LLC announced today that it has signed Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN as a new client. Serensoft will be leading Concordia through the selection process for a new Administrative Software System, or ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to run all key administrative areas of the institution.