24
July
2013
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13:00 PM
America/New_York

Three Higher Education Institutions Move to Hyland Software’s OnBase

In today's challenging higher education environment, schools are forced to compete for students, decrease overall costs and improve services. To help meet these goals, colleges and universities are selecting OnBase, Hyland Software's enterprise content management (ECM) solution, to streamline processes and integrate with student information systems (SIS), Microsoft Office and other existing technology. Schools use OnBase to find the best students, send admissions decisions faster, improve student retention and provide instant access to content in the office and on the road.

The following higher education institutions join the growing number of schools using OnBase to streamline processes across campus and integrate with SIS. They are:Bryn Mawr College, in Bryn Mawr, Penn. (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions)Gettysburg College, in Gettysburg, Penn. (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions)Nazareth College, in Rochester, N.Y. (Colleague by Ellucian)

'Institutions are leveraging Hyland's extensive industry expertise and leading solutions to accelerate business processes, consolidate systems and provide improved student services,' said Laurel Stiller, industry marketing manager for higher education at Hyland Software. 'As competition for students grows, it becomes increasingly more important for admissions counselors to determine the best-fit students and deliver admissions decisions as quickly as possible. This also applies in human resources, where hiring the best employees has never been more important. Mobile access is another key component to providing superior service and institutions are making content available from virtually any mobile device, including the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.'

OnBase gives institutions a competitive advantage by streamlining undergraduate admissions processing and review to make acceptance decisions ahead of their peers, helping them achieve their enrollment goals.

'As budgets shrink and requests for service increase, it's critical to leverage new and existing technology to fill the gaps,' said Stiller. 'Eliminating manual tasks, paper forms and folders enables staff members to focus on serving students and the community, which both students and staff members greatly appreciate.'

For more information about how schools are streamlining processes, connecting information and providing better student service, please visit Hyland.com/HigherEd.