California State University (CSU) has standardized its financial, human resources, student administration, and alumni development systems across all 23 of its campuses and the Office of the Chancellor.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has implemented a new student administration software suite to improve its student self-service capabilities and streamline its business processes.
Managing the data that's generated by 300 domestic and 30 overseas talent auditions daily is a monumental task for Berklee College of Music's admissions staff. At any given time the college has 80 faculty and 40 staff members on the road interviewing and auditioning roughly 7,000 promising musicians annually around the world.
Lawyers identify the six biggest legal issues facing IT today, and how CIOs can avoid a run-in with the law.
OpenERP has released a new version of its open source enterprise management software suite, which comprises 1,800 free applications for accounting, human resources, and other organization management needs.
Ideas for cutting costs, improving efficiency, and optimizing service delivery in the midst of never-ending budget cuts.
The Virginia Community College System--one of the largest in the country, with 23 colleges on 40 campuses--has leveraged business analytics to help streamline information processes, achieve cost efficiencies, encourage data and information sharing and transparency, and identify ways to offer improved service to the community. Here, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness Catherine Finnegan talks with Campus Technology about VCCS's use of business analytics.
As part of its "Optimize Puget Sound" initiative, the University of Puget Sound is overhauling its student, financial, and human resources systems.
If CIOs are going to succeed in this era of belt-tightening, they need to change campus expectations about what IT can realistically achieve and, just as important, alter the conversation about IT as a cost center.
In an effort to expand its student recruitment efforts beyond its traditional base, University of Nebraska Kearney is adopting a hosted CRM solution. The move is also aimed at improving retention rates among the institution's 6,500 students.