Administrative/Business Tools

U Central Florida Medical School Moves to SaaS Budgeting System

The University of Central Florida College of Medicine in Orlando has gone public about its adoption of a budgeting application implemented at the beginning of 2010.

ERP Bridges Administrative Divisions at Alma College

Fed up with disjointed software applications and diminishing product support on a soon-to-be-obsolete ERP system, the IT and administrative teams at Alma College in Alma, MI, started looking for a better alternative.

Leveraging IT for Student Recruitment

CIO Michael Statmore explains how Post University ramped up its prospective student system with a little help from his eight-member central IT team and a cloud-based customer relationship management system.

Tuition Management Service To Add International Payment Option

A company that provides tuition management to K-12 and higher education payment systems will be adding a service that allows the families of international students to make payments in the currency of their home countries.

Oregon University Deploys Lifelong Learning Software

One Oregon university will deploy a continuing education management system to help cut costs on the administration of certificate programs.

Campus Management Partners with StarRez To Provide Student Housing Management

Educational software provider Campus Management, makers of CampusVue software, will partner with StarRez, a provider of student housing software.

Jaspersoft Offers BI Suite Free to Higher Ed

A company that develops business intelligence software is making its software suite available free to colleges and universities to use in the classroom.

Kettering U Deploys Cloud-Based Recruitment Tool

A small, private university in Michigan has deployed a new student recruitment manager to help meet aggressive enrollment goals for its undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

Seton Hall To Add BI Software to Business Courses

Seton Hall University will be using business intelligence software shortly in some of its business classes.

For-Profit Colleges Lax in Followup to Prospective Students

Private, for-profit institutions could greatly improve their responsiveness to prospective students. A recent study found that nine out of 10 private colleges and universities fail to reply to new inquiries by phone from prospective students within the first 12 hours; four out of 10 let a full day go by before they reply.

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