Enterprise Resource Planning


Jenzabar EX 4 Adds Personalized Workspaces

Jenzabar has released an update to its Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning solution.

At Capella University, a recently upgraded Web portal serves as the center point for the virtual schools student and course management activities.

Managing Students Virtually

Coordinating a geographically dispersed student body that learns primarily online is just one of the key challenges that modern institutions of higher education are facing. With more education taking place online--and in some cases, all of that education happening on the Web--colleges are being forced to rethink their classroom and student management strategies.



Beyond ASP: Shared Services

For schools that are leery of entrusting mission-critical applications to an ASP, shared services are an option that can provide more control. <i>CT</i> looks at a partnership between a university and a community college.

An Intelligent Use of Business Intelligence

The Houston Community College System is operationally decentralized, with six colleges and 26 campuses spread out across 660 square miles. With faculty and staff running their own reports in different formats using data from various sources and time periods, it was not uncommon last year to find six different versions of the same report. HCC’s Vice Chancellor of Information Technology explains how a BI solution implemented in the past year has provided centralized online reporting, a dashboard, and consistent information for better decision making.

Rebuilding Campus IT Systems with ERP

The University of South Carolina has embarked on an ambitious ERP project that will bring the institution's IT infrastructure out of the dark ages.

U Central Florida Streamlines Administrative Apps

The University of Central Florida has is wrapping up a multi-year implementation of new enterprise applications that includes a combination of Oracle software and Sun hardware to streamline its administrative processes and help manage student growth.

eProcurement: Towards Technology and Culture Change

eProcurement systems are designed to streamline purchasing processes, eliminate paperwork, and make it easy for end users to get the best values through spending on-contract. Yet the relative success of eProcurement at any institution often depends on how the procurement department works not only with the technology, but also with the end users in academic departments, in research programs, or elsewhere in the university or system.

2 Universities Move Student Process Management Online

Two universities, both with international programs, have adopted CAMS Enterprise, a Web-based suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications from Three River Systems, for managing student-related processes.

Dynamics SL 2011 To Arrive in Q2 with SharePoint 2010 Integration

Microsoft this week announced plans to release its Dynamics SL 2011 enterprise resource planning solution in the second quarter of next year.

Clarendon College Replaces Legacy ERP System

Clarendon College, with three campuses in Texas, recently adopted a new enterprise resource planning system from Three Rivers Systems. In August 2010 the community college implemented CAMS Enterprise for academic management activities to replace legacy software.