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12/4/2020

Faculty Information Systems Brief

Why Read This Research

Faculty information systems (FIS) allow institutions to electronically collect, store, showcase, analyze, and report on faculty scholarly activities and accomplishments in a single system of record. Sources of FIS data vary by solution and can include the manual entry of data, automated data harvesting, and direct import from other internal and external sources. In this brief, find out institutional approaches for FIS and things to consider when evaluating FIS solutions.

Features

  • Vendors in Focus: Interfolio, PeopleAdmin, Symplectic, Watermark
  • Software Category in Focus: Faculty Information Systems
  • Author: Mary Beth Cahill, Vice President, Research, The Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: December 2020

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