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To reduce overall time-to-deployment of purchased applications and SaaS and mitigate risk, IT and procurement groups in education are introducing standardized, comprehensive RFIs early in vendor evaluation. Use our Excel sheet template to capture RFI information and create rack-and-stack profiles of multiple vendor responses.
Explore industry best questions and templates to collect information for complete and accurate vendor product assessment.
This guide will help you formulate a digital strategy that balances strategic impact with implementation concerns for your advancement organization.
Investing in Integration-Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) is a risk for any institution, but ensuring a right-fit decision in a complicated marketplace will help IT organizations make the most of their acquisition. Download our two resources for templates and more to support your frontend developer as he or she evaluates and implements an iPaaS initiative.
Review lessons from institutions that are implementing an enterprise-wide CRM solution, aiming to consolidate data within a unified system rather than siloed, function-specific applications.
When making the decision to bring in new enterprise-wide integration tooling, selecting best-fit technology is key to ensuring developers take up the tool and campus is able to realize the return on your investment. To help you make sense of the iPaaS landscape, the IT Forum pulled together some key facts and findings about integration vendors encountered during our 2017 research into enterprise integration.
This research project explores cloud-based ERP selection and implementation at five institutions.
Participate in EAB’s Customer Satisfaction Pre-Survey Consultation and Post-Survey Review to audit and improve your institution’s current Facilities customer satisfaction survey.
This report profiles the ways innovative institutions are preventing license and functionality duplication, security risks, and bad contracts in today’s hyper-decentralized, "consumerized" market.