Enterprise resource planning
Springfield College ERP Improvement is moving forward with digital transformation
Springfield College, Massachusetts, is implementing the Elusian Banner Enterprise Input Plan product to update jobs and improve the user experience for students, faculty and staff. The cloud-based solution “will integrate systems and improve workflows in financial management, human capital management, financial support, customer service and the institution’s student information system,” said Springfield. Decision making.
Later, the move to software-like service environment eliminates maintenance and management burdens and supports business continuity, the statement added.
The release is a key part of Springfield’s digital transformation efforts, said Mary-Bet Cooper, president of the college. “We see Ellucian Banner SaaS as an integral part of our overall strategic commitment to accelerate digital transformation that leverages best practices, leverages performance and builds modern, more integrated and responsive technology that meets the needs of our students, faculty and staff,” Cooper said in a statement. We can serve the growing needs of our community while being efficient and affordable. ”
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