Administrative Systems Planning Checklist Infographic

Sue Spies |

Tambellini Analyst

Administrative Systems Planning Checklist Infographic
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Legacy, on-premises administrative systems are approaching their end of life and do not provide the expected user experience. Software vendors have invested heavily in developing higher education cloud products and have delivered or are on track to provide mature, modern cloud software-as-a-service solutions for finance, HCM, and student systems. While it may not be feasible in 2020 to begin an administrative system replacement, institutions want to understand the steps involved in planning and executing this critical initiative.

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Sue Spies |

Tambellini Analyst

Sue Spies
As The Tambellini Group’s Research Director of Enterprise Information Systems, Sue Spies authors and publishes research, assists in client engagements, and supports client services. Most recently from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Ms. Spies was the Director of Enterprise Information Systems, where she was responsible for the development, implementation, and support of academic and administrative systems. Ms. Spies is an experienced panel facilitator and presenter covering topics such as custom solutions, code, and collaborative work with institutional research colleagues.

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