Database Management

University of Puget Sound Selects Oracle’s PeopleSoft Applications to Facilitate Information Exchange and Enhance Strategic Reporting Capabilities

Oracle today announced that the University of Puget Sound, a national undergraduate liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington with 2,600 students, has selected Oracle’s PeopleSoft applications and Oracle Hyperion Public Sector Budgeting and Planning running on Oracle Database to overhaul its legacy student, financial and human resources systems. The new systems will help facilitate more efficient inter-campus information sharing and enhance analytics capabilities for administrators.

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Perceptive Software Adds Process Mining Capabilities with Perceptive Reflect

Perceptive Reflect empowers organizations to actively solve process problems, instead of merely trying to discover and define them.

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Portland State University Selects Destiny One to Streamline Certificate Programs for Students and Reduce Administrative Costs

Destiny Solutions, the leading innovator of lifelong learning business solutions today announced an agreement with Portland State University (PSU) to revamp business systems for the university’s certificate programs to make them more accessible and affordable.

“Portland State’s long-term viability in the certificate area depends upon a streamlined approach that improves access to our programs for adult learners and reduces costs, “said  Kevin Reynolds, vice provost for Academic Fiscal Strategies and Planning at Portland State University.

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Reeher Platform Introduces New Executive-Reporting Tool for Higher Education Fundraising

Executive-level advancement and development leaders at colleges and universities across the country have one thing in common: the ongoing need to keep their fingers on the pulse of the success of their major giving campaigns, including the status of current gifts and those in the pipeline.

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Alliant International University and Naropa University Select Jenzabar to Manage IT Infrastructure

Jenzabar, a leading provider of software, services and strategies for higher education, announced today that Alliant International University and Naropa University recently chose Jenzabar’s comprehensive Managed Services to help institutions improve information services, control costs, mitigate risk, and better serve its user community.

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Experian QAS launches new online data cleansing services

Experian QAS released three new data cleansing services for its ecommerce site. These new services allow for online NCOALink® processing, Advanced Address Correction, and deceased and prison suppression.

The products provide a scalable 24-hour service that enables colleges and universities to upload data files through the Experian QAS Website so that contact details can be matched against any of the data files within 48 hours. Returned files permit organizations to update and correct outdated contact data.

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Manhattan Christian College selects EMPOWER Student Information System to provide a fully integrated campus wide solution.

Manhattan Christian College selects EMPOWER Student Information System to provide a fully integrated campus wide solution.

EMPOWER Student Information System provides improved functionality that the college will experience across all modules.  

BINGHAM FARMS, MI – September 26, 2011 – After a 12 month review, Manhattan Christian College selected EMPOWER Student Information System to manage its academic information.

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Home Work

Registrar, Undergraduate Admissions, Information Technology at College of William & Mary

A funny thing happened to the College of William & Mary (Va.) on its way to a more efficient way to determine each of its undergraduate students' home address.

Dreading the implementation of the solution agreed upon, college officials instead found efficiencies in the process of working together to solve the problem.

Trickle Down Efficiency

Admissions and Enrollment Services, Center for Instructional Delivery at University of St. Francis

College campuses are typically beautiful places. Tree-lined walkways, verdant quads, and stately buildings make for a pleasant place to take a walk.

But for staff at the University of St. Francis (Ill.), too many campus strolls took up time that could be better spent on other tasks—such as tending to prospective students. And the paper files they were delivering from office to office belied the university's commitment to environmentalism.

Payday Progress

Division of Information Technology, The George Washington University

There were any number of reasons why The George Washington University needed to automate the way it paid stipends to the thousands of students who work there as tutors, teachers, researchers, or facilitators.

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