As a CIO or IT Director, you’re tasked with finding ways to aggregate and streamline big data across numerous systems, manage multiple APIs and deliver an analytics package that admissions and enrollment professionals need to identify best-fit students and improve their process.
Of course, you already knew that. But did you also know that the upcoming EDUCAUSE Annual Conference (October 14–17 in Chicago) gives you an ideal opportunity to learn more about Liaison’s single tool that eliminates data silos with a centralized solution for your institution’s decentralized process requirements and workflows?
Just as the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference will showcase the best thinking in higher-education IT, the Liaison team attending this year’s marquee higher-ed technology event will be sharing the thought leadership and best practice insights Liaison has gained over more than 20 years helping educational institutions reduce technical workload and overhead, aggregate data and improve the applicant experience.
Historically, to avoid stakeholder sacrifices and meet the individual needs of colleges and departments, the only seemingly available solution had been to acquire, customize and deploy siloed software and services, creating redundant overhead and disparate sets of data.
Fortunately, there is a better pathway to success. Liaison’s CAS technology combines innovative application technology with back office human services, providing greater efficiencies while making the process of applying to college easier for students. It’s one of the reasons why over 31,000 programs on more than 1,000 campuses have chosen Liaison to streamline their admissions processes.
For higher-ed ITs and CIOs, there’s a substantial added benefit: CAS provides institutional leadership with access to robust data for reporting with built-in Tableau visual analytics to comprehensively analyze applicant data and make strategic decisions. In short, having a common data set for the entire applicant pool and being able to analyze it with real-time visualization enables a new level of strategic short- and long-term planning.
As you will learn in Chicago, CAS enables you to:
- Manage all your applications (and supplemental applications if required) in one place — and one database.
- Configure the system for the unique needs of each of your end users.
- Produce aggregate reporting.
- Reduce the number of APIs you manage to one.
- Reduce effort and improve performance while delivering an improved applicant experience.
With that in mind, please visit booth 2138 at EDUCAUSE for more information about how CAS can make life easier for your staff and your students.