In an effort to trim costs, streamline the purchasing process, and better serve its administrators and staff members, Portland State University (PSU) plans to implement a campus-wide procure-to-pay process.
A college system in Michigan with 35,000 students, nine campuses, and a large online presence will be implementing a hosted enterprise resource planning system from Jenzabar over the next several years.
To reduce routine purchasing costs, restructure procure-to-pay process, and better serve administrators and staff members, Iowa State University will implement a cloud-based e-procurement and management system for institution-wide purchasing.
rSmart has released rSmart Cloud Express for Kuali Coeus, a new automated grant management product for primarily undergraduate institutions.
Rapid Insight, a provider of predictive analytics and data intelligence software, has updated its software to include new collaboration features and integration with big data tools.
Lucid is introducing BuildingOS, an "online operating system" for buildings. The new service can pull data from 150 meter types and building systems, including utility meters, building and lighting controls, sub-meters, onsite generation feeds, and plug loads meters.
To reduce purchasing costs, restructure the procure-to-pay process, and better serve its administrators and staff, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana plans to implement a cloud-based e-procurement and management system.
The University of Tennessee has completed a new procurement deal intended to streamline the institution's online procurement processes.
In an ongoing effort to cut purchasing costs and streamline their procure-to-pay process, Hawai'i Pacific University plans to implement a cloud-based e-procurement and management system.
National University, a private, non-profit university in California, has implemented a financial aid management solution that works with the school's non-traditional enrollment model.