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Passaic County CC Expands Partnership with Anthology to Move to Complete ERP Ecosystem

Education lifecycle company Anthology has announced that Passaic County Community College (PCCC) has expanded their partnership to adopt the company's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) ecosystem, which will add Anthology Student, Anthology Finance, and Anthology Human Capital Management (HCM), and more. PCCC already uses Blackboard Learn, Anthology Ally, and other services, the company said.

Additional services beyond the ERP will include Anthology Reach, Engage, and CourseEval Assessment Management.

Support for traditional term-based and non-credit programs was a factor in the decision, Anthology said. The complete suite of solutions will "simplify and streamline the academic journey for learners while delivering automated processes that help reduce costs, mitigate risk and enable administrators to spend time on the activities that drive the greatest value," the company said.

"We were looking for a true partner, committed to our vision and one that understands the community college market," said Steven M. Rose, PPPC president.

The college serves 10,000 students across four campuses.

"Anthology's innovative, client-focused solutions coupled with their outstanding professional services team will help our learners thrive during their time with PCCC and into the next chapter of their career journeys," Rose added. "Expanding our relationship to tap Anthology's ecosystem of solutions is the next step in providing the best experience for our learners."

"Community colleges are on the cutting edge, experimenting and innovating to deliver an attainable, affordable education," said Joe Belenardo, Anthology president of global markets. "Our team is committed to helping PCCC provide the best academic outcomes for their students throughout their post-secondary education fueled by the power of our ecosystem approach."

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Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.

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