Student Information Systems

SIS, Bookstore Management System Providers Extend Partnership

Ambassador Education Solutions, which supplies software that helps colleges and universities deliver course materials to students, and Campus Management, which supplies SIS software, have renewed their nine-year-old arrangement that provides CampusLink Ambassador (CLA) to colleges and universities.

With the product now in its third evolution as CLA 3.0, student information is created or updated and automatically transferred from Campus Management's SIS to Ambassador's SourceOne, identifying courses a particular student has signed up for and allowing the student to view, select and order materials using one of its ordering models (Online Bookstore, Auto-Fill or Brick & Mortar Bookstore). CLA 3.0 automatically posts the purchase of any materials so that the institution can track all transactions, speeding up school revenue recognition as well as student account and invoice reconciliation.

The goal, company officials said, is to sync student registration information with required course materials and, as a result, improve communication, data sharing and expedited processes.

"Our partnership with Campus Management provides students with an easy and accurate way to access their course resources, while giving administrators the power to simplify the management of purchases and delivery," said Ambassador Education Solutions CIO Jordan Kaufman. "The positive feedback we have received from our client institutions was the catalyst for us to extend our working relationship with Campus Management. Our clients rely on our integration to keep operations moving smoothly and effectively."

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Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.

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