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Are your systems secure? Are you being held back by update cycles? Imperial College London uses Ellucian Application Hosting Services to save space for research data, boost security, and keep system upgrades current and running smoothly. Hear why using cloud hosting services is just common sense.
Find out how Ellucian stands above the rest of the technology vendors with an approach based on more than 50 years in higher education
Ellucian Degree Works™ makes it easy for students to go from a catalog course, to a schedule, and to registration in one system. Hear how this comprehensive academic advising, transfer articulation, and degree audit solution helps the University of San Diego provide the best possible services to its users.
Idaho State University implemented the Ellucian Talent Management Suite to help provide critical human resource information. To their delight, users found it easy to use, easy to learn, and easy to understand.
Flexible templates. Simple access to centralised information. Integration with talent-management software. Thoughtful configurations designed with higher education’s needs in mind.
Goodbye, manual grade entry. So long, copying and pasting from spreadsheets. The Faculty Grade Entry application in Banner Student gives faculty members a faster, more accurate system for grade management.
Deliver convenient self-service and conserve staff resources with an intuitive, user-friendly solution for accessing payroll and other employee information.
Find out how your HR staff can save time and effort with custom sorting, intuitive tools, and a user-friendly interface using the new Banner Human Resources (Release 9).
Talent Management Suite by Cornerstone - Idaho State University - Help your staff reach their full potential
From tracking and reporting to training and performance, the Ellucian Talent Management Suite helps Idaho State University attract and retain top talent. Watch the video to hear from Ray Ludwig, associate director of Human Resources at Idaho State University.