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Non-Degree Programming and the Second SIS

Following our December post on product implementations and online learners in the SIS market, we received feedback that we didn’t mention the solutions to manage students’ journeys through non-degree programs outside the “traditional SIS” model. We wrote about these solutions in January, calling them continuing education SIS. In this post, we will explore the continuing education SIS ... Non-Degree Programming and the Second SIS  Read More

Dual View: Another Perspective on the Market Share

We usually present the market share for the product categories using the number of institutions. This is currently our default view. However, this way of presenting does not tell everything, and stakeholders should have access to other metrics when making product selections. This post compares market share by the number of institutions and enrollment to ... Dual View: Another Perspective on the Market Share  Read More

Evolution of the SIS – Comeback of Homegrown Systems

In the past year, we noticed something we had not imagined possible: homegrown student information systems are coming back. The question on everyone’s lips: why is that? Historical Market Share The market share of homegrown systems has decreased over the years. From about 5% in 2014 to 2% in 2022. It has been a slow ... Evolution of the SIS – Comeback of Homegrown Systems  Read More
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Are Universities Ready for a Subscription Model?

Over the past years, I’ve been thinking a lot about subscription models. Nowadays, we see this business structure for several services: video-on-demand, music streaming, even meal kits delivered to your porch. The continuous relationship between clients and providers is put at the forefront and remains central to this business structure. At ListEdTech, we have also ... Are Universities Ready for a Subscription Model?  Read More
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SIS Market: Comparing Students in US 4-Year Institutions

We have written a good deal about the SIS market, particularly around the market share, as defined by the number of higher education institutions that a given solution works with and how schools of certain enrollment sizes tend to use particular vendors’ solutions.   This post will look at the SIS market through a slightly different lens- the ... SIS Market: Comparing Students in US 4-Year Institutions  Read More
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Most Common SIS and LMS Used in Community Colleges

Community colleges are often an afterthought in the HigherEd world. Yet, in the United States, there are almost 1,500 institutions, and in Canada, a little over 200. These community colleges north of the 28th parallel register more than 5.5 million students. It is time to specifically showcase community colleges in a post. Today, we want ... Most Common SIS and LMS Used in Community Colleges  Read More
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Market Niches Can Change… But They Usually Don’t

We often believe that companies enter a product category and their client base remains the same over the years. Even if this is true for some companies, others see diversification in their client profiles. In the past, we have produced an analysis of SIS product niches. Today, we expand this analysis of market niches to ... Market Niches Can Change… But They Usually Don’t  Read More
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SIS and LMS Used in School Districts

Have you ever asked yourself: which SIS is used with a given LMS? When an institution considers replacing its learning management system, it may want to know what is the most implemented LMS with its current SIS. At ListEdTech, this type of question fuels our creativity as we like to better understand the data we ... SIS and LMS Used in School Districts  Read More
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The Educause Post Got Traction

Last week’s post got lots of coverage. Some bloggers played with the data to build alternative versions of some graphs, while others commented on the post and generated many remarks on reposts. I would like to thank everyone who shared the Educause post or commented on it. It’s good to see that the edtech community ... The Educause Post Got Traction  Read More
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Details on the K-12 SIS Update

Following our K-12 SIS historical implementation update, we received a few questions and comments that we want to address in this post’s update. This post will help our readers better understand how we created this post and what data was used. One of the questions we got concerns the market share and what it meant. ... Details on the K-12 SIS Update  Read More
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Does the Educause Exhibitor’s Floor Plan Reflect Market Trends in HigherEd IT? The 2022 Update

This week, it’s Educause annual conference with its second in-person participation after the online-only pandemic year. After the 2021 conference, we wrote about the floor plan possibly reflecting the market trend. Will this year’s floor plan show the same results? Research Methodology I first retrieved all floor plans and exhibitors’ lists since 2012 (except for ... Does the Educause Exhibitor’s Floor Plan Reflect Market Trends in HigherEd IT? The 2022 Update  Read More
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Workday: Focus on Student Success

Workday entered the education world about a decade ago. The offering of its HR Management and Financial Management solutions went without saying, but Workday positioned itself in the education world when it launched Workday Student in 2016. Ex-PeopleSoft Employees Founded a New Company Workday was founded in March 2005 following the acquisition of PeopleSoft by Oracle. ... Workday: Focus on Student Success  Read More

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