Customer Relationship Management – Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University Selects Microsoft for Digital Platform Deployment
With KPMG’s help, Charles Sturt University (CSU) worked diligently to deploy Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement as the core CRM across the University. Diverse in terms of geography and modes of study, online education has been a part of CSU’s DNA for a long time, so building a 360-degree view of their students was crucial.
“The platform has allowed us to improve the environment with which we engage students and makes it easier for the students to ask things of us, to seek out support. It makes it more efficient for us to provide that support for students and hence improve their experience that they’re getting from the university,” says Phil Roy, CSU Project Director.
Library Information Systems – University of Denver/Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Chalmers University of Technology
EBSCO Information Services Partners with Three Institutions to Develop Analytics Platform
EBSCO is partnering with the University of Denver, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Chalmers University of Technology to develop a next-generation analytics platform. The analytics platform provided by EBSCO will include self-service data discovery, customizable dashboards, extensive data sources, and real-time data connections. The three universities will examine data and validate dashboards to aid in the development of the analytics platform which will strengthen its development aimed at improving the workflow processes for libraries.
Source: Library Technology Guide
Student Information System – Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Vanderbilt’s Allied Health Taps Orbund for Student Information System
Following a rigorous evaluation process, Vanderbilt University Medical Center has selected Orbund’s Einstein Student Information System (SIS) for its Allied Health program and expects this new system to be fully implemented in February 2021. The easy to use interfaces and configurable design of Einstein enables institutions like Vanderbilt to put it into full use within weeks or a few months.
Also, Vanderbilt chose Orbund as it shared the University’s objective of transformative learning. “ “We sought an administrative technology that seems in sync with our mission and objectives. Orbund came forward with the necessary features built on a cloud-based system,” says Ebony McHaskell, Vanderbilt’s Center for Programs in Allied Health interim director.
Source: Digital Journal