Why Read This Report
The Tambellini Group is proud to release its 12th annual publication of the Student Systems US Higher Education Market Share, Trends, and Leaders Report. This series provides a detailed overview of the total US higher education student system market and describes current and historical student system purchasing trends by sector and type of institution. This report focuses on those vendors with at least 1 percent of the total US student market share, and it is accompanied by individual student vendor profiles for Campus Management, Ellucian, Jenzabar, Oracle, Unit4, and Workday, which are scheduled for publication in the coming weeks.
Key Questions Answered:
- What trends have recently emerged in the higher education student system market?
- How were student system selections awarded by US institutions in 2019?
- What recommendations does The Tambellini Group have for institutions selecting a student system vendor?
- Authors: Mary Beth Cahill, Vice President of Research, The Tambellini Group, and Vicki Tambellini, President and CEO, The Tambellini Group
- Report Length: 58 pages
- Report Availability: June 2020
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Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- The Tambellini Group Higher Education Market Definition
- Student System Market Trends in Higher Education
- Market Trends for 2019 Student System Purchases
- Making a Vendor Selection
- 2019 US Student System Selections by Institution Size
- 2019 US Student System Selections by Institution Type
- US Higher Education Total Student Systems Vendor Market Share
- Private, For-Profit
- Private, Not-For-Profit
- Public, Four-Year
- Public, Two-Year
- What’s Next from Tambellini on Student Systems