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Managing non-traditional programs: Top four priorities for the CFO
eBooks / Continuing Ed and Workforce Development

Managing non-traditional programs: Top four priorities for the CFO

Most continuing education and workforce development programs are expanding to meet rising demand. But CFOs often find it hard to get the financial and performance data they need to ensure accountability and profitability. If you are a CFO at an institution looking at technology solutions, make sure the one chosen fills your most critical needs.

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The top 7 things to remember when buying a portal solution
eBooks / The Student Experience

The top 7 things to remember when buying a portal solution

Campus users bring their consumer experiences and expectations to your institution’s portal. They expect to quickly access the applications and resources they need to complete required tasks. They lose interest or become annoyed with irrelevant content. And they might miss an opportunity to connect with your institution if it is not presented to them.

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  • Managing non-traditional programs: Top four priorities for the CFO
    eBooks / Continuing Ed and Workforce Development

    Managing non-traditional programs: Top four priorities for the CFO

    Most continuing education and workforce development programs are expanding to meet rising demand. But CFOs often find it hard to get the financial and performance data they need to ensure accountability and profitability. If you are a CFO at an institution looking at technology solutions, make sure the one chosen fills your most critical needs.

  • The top 7 things to remember when buying a portal solution
    eBooks / The Student Experience

    The top 7 things to remember when buying a portal solution

    Campus users bring their consumer experiences and expectations to your institution’s portal. They expect to quickly access the applications and resources they need to complete required tasks. They lose interest or become annoyed with irrelevant content. And they might miss an opportunity to connect with your institution if it is not presented to them.

  • Operational governance within reach
    eBooks / Operational Efficiency

    Operational governance within reach

    Want to make decisions that align with strategies? Break down siloes across campus? Drive financial growth? Read this eBook to see how leaders in various departments can introduce operational governance at the cabinet level to make significant progress.

  • Eight ways to propel growth through non-traditional programs
    eBooks / Continuing Ed and Workforce Development

    Eight ways to propel growth through non-traditional programs

    Attracting and supporting this growing market requires nimble software designed specifically for the administration of these programs, and for the students taking them. Shoe-horning your non-traditional students and your processes into your enterprise resource planning system impedes your responsiveness, accuracy, and accountability, which in turn, undermines your service to students. Is your system an obstacle to increasing your enrollment?

  • Develop a mobile-first strategy across your campus
    eBooks / The Student Experience

    Develop a mobile-first strategy across your campus

    Mobile device usage is exploding on campuses while your IT staff remains lean. Short-term fixes won’t meet users’ growing demand for mobile apps or ease the workload of your technology team. Get mobile under control with a flexible, cost-effective, and long-term mobile management strategy.

  • Data disaster prevention
    eBooks / Data Security

    Data disaster prevention

    Students and employees trust you with their most personal data. How well are you protecting it?

  • Mobile Buyers Guide: build a comprehensive and sustainable solution
    eBooks / The Student Experience

    Mobile Buyers Guide: build a comprehensive and sustainable solution

    With 90 percent of adults now owning a cellphone, mobile is central to the lives of your institution’s students, faculty, and staff, and their expectations are growing. Your mobile solution needs to be more than bus schedules and news feeds. It should be a foundation for secure transactions, strong brand reinforcement, and connections with all users. Can your mobile solution meet the increasing demands of your users? Here are five fundamental requirements and a quick checklist to deliver a comprehensive and sustainable mobile solution for your campus. More than a simple app—it’s time to embrace a mobile strategy.

  • Is your registration program making the grade? Five ways to put it to the test
    eBooks / IT Standards and Architecture

    Is your registration program making the grade? Five ways to put it to the test

    Your student registration system leaves a lasting impression. Make sure it’s a good one by following these five strategies for meeting student expectations.

  • The ROI of talent management
    eBooks / Higher Ed Trends

    The ROI of talent management

    High-quality faculty and staff are one of your institution’s greatest assets. Are you doing everything you can to find them, hire them, and give them a reason to stay? With a comprehensive talent management strategy and effective tools in place, you may gain more than intellectual assets. Take a look at the top three areas where you can sharpen your focus and get an immediate return on your investment.

  • Before you invest in a CRM system, ask these five questions
    eBooks / Operational Efficiency

    Before you invest in a CRM system, ask these five questions

    More and more higher education institutions are implementing constituent relationship management (CRM) systems to help reduce costs, stay competitive, and provide better student services. But not all CRM systems are built alike. Choose one that can meet your needs today and grow with you in the future.