Tuesday, April 16 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Industry and Campus Webinar |
A Student-Centric Approach for Enterprise Systems Planning Is a Win-Win Scenario

Laying the groundwork for a modern campus requires rethinking the entire collegiate experience from the student perspective. When applied well, technology is more than a tool to automate and extend educational resources. It can be used both to promote and measure engagement, identify at-risk students, and provide the insights needed to help students succeed in both their personal and professional lives beyond graduation.

And doing this successfully is not an easy task. Aligning multiple leadership perspectives around a well-defined technology strategy and preparing for a significant business process transformation are critical first steps. In doing this, IT leaders are in a position to provide better services and more innovative products that can improve the student experience and reduce costs for the organization. Learn how to get started planning now to create that win-win scenario: a seamless experience that benefits both students and institutional stakeholders.

Outcomes:

  • Learn how to structure your organization to support the student life cycle of today's discerning students
  • Identify the key steps required in assessing your organization's readiness to move forward with SaaS delivery models
  • Get insights from campuses that used the cloud to shift their operational focus from maintaining their systems to transforming them with innovative services and technologies
  • Explore technology use cases that can set a campus up for long-term success

Presenters

  • Kathy Bader

    Director, SLS, Huron

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides

    1 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/23/2024
  • Transcript

    57 KB, docx - Updated on 1/23/2024
  • Recording

    Updated on 1/23/2024


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