We work with our partners to provide innovative solutions that help our higher education customers reach their goals.
CollegeNET, Inc. has served the needs of higher education since 1979 and is now a leading developer of web-based systems for colleges and universities, serving more than 1,000 clients worldwide. The company helps institutions improve efficiencies and cut costs by providing web-based scheduling and master planning solutions. CollegeNET offers the Series25(R) all-in-one solution for course and event scheduling, master planning, online calendaring, and event registration with secure payment processing. The Series25 solution can be provided as either client-installed software or via Software-as-a-Service.
Coursedog is the first all-in-one schedule planning platform for universities. We eliminate the manual work in class scheduling and help create the perfect schedule for your institution. Founded out of Columbia University and backed by Y Combinator, Coursedog is now partnered with hundreds of university administrators at schools of all sizes.
For more than 30 years, EMS Software™ has been in the business of academic room scheduling, event scheduling, and campus calendaring software. We originally developed the EMS Campus package in 1986 for a major public university that needed a better way to manage room scheduling, resources, and the details for the thousands of annual campus events. Since then, more than 800 public and private higher education institutions have adopted EMS to reduce costs, increase productivity, and differentiate their brand. EMS Campus is unique in that it delivers a complete campus room and resource scheduling system. While other systems may address the needs of one department (e.g., the registrar, the student union, the athletic facilities), they fail to meet the needs of the larger campus or to integrate with other systems, like HVAC or digital signage. EMS Campus is the only commercially available software that supports the needs of the entire institution, allowing for department-wide adoption, complete campus space utilization, and an improved end-user experience for staff and students.