As the summer draws to a close and institutions and their staff prepare for a new semester, Tambellini Group looks back at the research topics and resources that were the most interesting to IT leaders in higher education for the first half of the year. With modern cloud system selections on the rise in finance, HCM, and student, it’s no surprise that readers want to understand the trends in the market, learn more about vendor acquisitions, and put all of the information in context to make faster decisions.
Tambellini Group’s Market Share, Trends, and Leaders reports provide members with key market trends in technology selections for the previous year. The highly anticipated reports are augmented by resources that continue to help give context to IT leaders.
The first half of 2022 was filled with headlines about vendor mergers and acquisitions. While vendors were touting that the changes would result in big impacts and easy transitions, Tambellini Group was analyzing what this meant for the higher education market and customers of these solution providers.
Knowing that information is even more powerful when put into context, Tambellini analysts developed many resources that could assist IT leaders with making more informed decisions. In service to the higher education community, these resources are available to all IT leaders at no cost. Check out the topics that IT leaders found the most helpful when putting insights in context for better decision making.
Tambellini Group remains committed to providing resources to IT leaders and the higher education community that can help leaders and their teams make smarter and faster decisions for their institution or organization. As we launch into the fall of 2022, don’t forget to check out Tambellini’s Top of Mind Resources each week to stay up-to-date on the recent trends and topics important to higher education technology leaders.
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