For higher education CIOs, empowering university leaders with technology that maximizes resources can pose great challenges—and represents a huge opportunity.
How can academic technology leaders transform college and university outcomes—nearly all of which stem from faculty work—with a cost-effective, integrated, and comprehensive platform that’s faculty-focused and proven to perform?
And how should your faculty information system fit into the increasingly recognized postmodern ERP model?
This free white paper demonstrates the significant impact that a future-looking CIO can make on academic enterprise resource planning by adopting the Interfolio Faculty Information System.
Why the postmodern ERP?
Moving beyond the traditional, transactional approach to separate information systems, the postmodern ERP model empowers the university to achieve the strategic goals that its leaders truly value, via:
- Outcome-based orientation of the system
- Impressive speed to adoption
- Reduced deployment costs
- Extensible integration across institutional data sets
Of the more than $5 billion spent on technology by higher education institutions, almost none goes directly to support the sector’s most central and valuable resource—the faculty.
Imagine then, a “faculty-first” approach to your faculty information system that revolutionizes your university’s ERP approach with:
- “Light and lean” cloud-based implementation
- Exceptionally user-friendly design for faculty, staff, and administration
- Direct relevance to constituent success (actually benefiting both faculty and administrative users)