This Week in Review – Jan. 29th to Feb. 4th

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Other News

ERP / SIS Implementations Times in Higher Education

As you all know, we at LISTedTECH collect information on who uses what system in the higher education market. We also collect information on dates and we have recently started to capture information on the implementation partners who help higher education institutions (more on this next week). Some of the dates we try to collect are the purchase and the implementation dates.  Using these data points, we can calculate implementation times.

Based on 289 implementations, a typical implication of a new (not an upgrade) system takes about 26 months.

 

Source: LISTedTECH


Customer Relationship Management – Indiana University

Indiana University Expands CRM with Salesforce.org

Indiana University and Salesforce.org are working together on the expansion of IU’s use of Salesforce as its university-wide constituent relationship management (CRM) system for interacting with students, faculty, staff and the many friends of IU. This expansion builds on growing Salesforce.org success at IU for student recruiting to both residential campuses and IU Online programs. More than 190 IU departments already use Salesforce Marketing Cloud for personalized student and employee engagement today.

“Indiana University recognizes the need to build strong relationships with a unified view of students, staff, faculty and parents to dramatically increase the ability to educate our next generation,” said Rob Acker, CEO Salesforce.org. “By going all-in with Salesforce.org, IU can become a Connected Campus and connect with their constituents in a more meaningful way.”

Source: newswise


Enterprise Resource Planning – Marymount California University

Vision for Student Success Enhanced with Campus Management and Marymount California University Partnership

Campus Management announced today that Marymount California University (MCU) has chosen the enterprise suite of CampusNexus® solutions to support their mission of fostering a student-centered approach to learning. Using CampusNexus Student, CampusNexus CRM and CampusNexus Finance, HR & Payroll deployed in the CampusNexus Cloud, MCU is aligning its IT infrastructure to meet their student growth and business goals.

“By choosing Campus Management as our administrative software solutions partner, MCU will be better positioned to meet students’ technology expectations, and allow students to make data-driven decisions about their education journey,” said MCU CFO Kathleen Ruiz.

Source: Cision PRNewswire


Learning Management System – Delaware Technical Community College

Delaware Technical Community College Selects D2L’s Brightspace, Replacing Blackboard Learn, to Deliver a Modern Online Learning Experience for 23,000+ Students

D2L, the global learning technology leader, today announces that Delaware Technical Community College (Delaware Tech) has chosen its Brightspace Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver a modern, personalized online learning experience to over 14,000 students. Delaware Tech is a statewide multi-campus community college that offers comprehensive educational opportunities, including workforce development and lifelong learning.

“Brightspace will enable us to engage more learners statewide,” explained Justina Sapna, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Delaware Technical Community College. “With greater support for mobile learning and multiple device usage, Brightspace will level the playing field for learners. At the same time, our faculty can easily develop high-quality, fully online programs.”

Sources: MarketWired | Digital Journal | Broadway World


Online Program Management – University of Denver

2U Partners with the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education to Deliver Online Graduate Degrees in School Counseling and in Library and Information Science

2U, Inc. today announced a new partnership with the University of Denver, Morgridge College of Education.  The launch of Morgridge College of Education Online, which will offer both a Master of Arts in School Counseling and a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), represents a new Domestic Graduate Program for 2U.

“Our new partnership with 2U will allow Morgridge College of Education to expand on our mission of training the next generation of educational leaders, locally and beyond.  A skilled school counselor can have a positive and transformational impact on the life of a student, and a passionate expert on library and information science can empower individuals and communities by enhancing their access and exposure to education and knowledge,” said Karen Riley, University of Denver Morgridge College of Education Dean.

Sources: Markets Insider | Barchart | Austria News


Online Program Management – Wake Forest University

Noodle Partners Announces Partnership With Wake Forest University School of Business

Noodle Partners, the nation’s fastest-growing online higher education provider, today announced a partnership with Wake Forest University School of Business to expand the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA). The new program will be offered online to working professionals looking to enhance their big data skills.

“Launching the MSBA program in the online modality allows the School to create access for working professionals across the United States and enables them to earn a top-ranked Wake Forest School of Business degree while continuing to work,” said Charles Iacovou, Dean of the School of Business. “By leveraging the latest in digital education tools and techniques, the learning experiences designed by our faculty aim to achieve an industry-leading level of student engagement and learning. State of the art technology from Noodle Partners supports our commitment to the highest levels of teaching and faculty-student relationships that are hallmarks of our School.”

Source: Cision PRWeb

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