This Week In Review – September 10th To September 16th

Business Intelligence - Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation

TIBCO and APU to Arm Students with Data Analytics and IoT Skills

In its mission to expand data analytics capabilities, Malaysia’s Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) chose to purchase TIBCO’s Spotfire as it business intelligence software.

With the goal of equipping students with key data skillsets and competencies, APU believes TIBCO Spotfire will offer its students the hands-on opportunities necessary to deepen their knowledge of advanced data analytics through real-life scenarios.

Source: FutureiOT


Customer Relationship Management - Gannon University

Gannon University Selects Ellucian CRM Advance to Support Data-Driven Fundraising and Engagement Campaigns

In an effort to build stronger alumni relationships Gannon University (Gannon) selected Ellucian CRM Advance to support its fundraising efforts.

Starting in 2018, Gannon began searching for a CRM solution with strong configuration capabilities as well as robust analysis and data reporting tools. CRM Advance will offer Gannon customized intuitive dashboards, relevant reporting and more robust analysis of meaningful data; everything which will allow for a more impactful constituent engagement.

Source: Business Wire


Learning Management System - Garden City Board of Education

Garden City School Board Considers Priorities for Year

For the 2019-2020 school year, Garden city public schools have chosen to move from Blackboard and Canvas (primarily used by their colleges counterparts) to solely expand the use of Google Classroom as their chosen online student learning management system. The new updates to Classroom have given the school board all the needed functionality with no added cost.

Source: The Garden City News


Online Program Management - University of the Sciences

Six Red Marbles and University of the Sciences Partner to Develop Multiple Online Health Care Programs

All in an effort fo create personalized online program options for remote health care students, Six Red Marbles (SRM) and University of the Sciences just announced a multiyear partnership to develop hundreds of courses.

SRM will bring content development and digital expertise in order for the University of the Sciences to reach its goal to provide state-of-the-art online course offerings that have not been available before.

Sources: Cision PRWeb | Virtual Strategy Magazine

Justin Menard