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.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is setting up a new center specifically to serve as a living laboratory for testing new forms of education.More
Boston College will be using the reporting technology in Logi Insight for Libraries as part of a new mobile iPhone app to help students find and use library resources.More
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A facility scheduling application in use widely by colleges and universities has been updated.More