Better Together: How Two Institutions Joined for the Greater Good
In the spring of 2020, Roosevelt University acquired Robert Morris University to better serve student demand for modern educational programs. The goal was to combine business operations in less than four months by creating a new Banner environment.
Southern University and A&M College System
Digital Transformation at Southern University and A&M College System
In recognizing the need to provide students with similar experiences across campuses, the SU System consolidated its multiple Banner ERP Systems into a single, shared application resulting in a more efficient, consistent, and feature-rich student information system.
Wheaton College Back To Basics Solution
Leadership at Wheaton College recognized a need to transform and streamline the College’s business and administrative processes to meet the College’s strategic and operational goals and deliver a better student experience. Over time, Wheaton’s ERP system and business processes had become less efficient and misaligned with the institutional needs and priorities.
University of Memphis
Banner System Evaluation - Back-To-Basics
Assess the utilization of the Banner system modules including student, financial aid, student accounts, human resources/ payroll and finance. The project was to develop a shared understanding of the current state, identify gaps, and evaluate challenges and opportunities.
University College Dublin
UCD was the First Irish Institution to Upgrade to Banner 9
The University College Dublin (UCD) is the largest University in Ireland with six colleges and thirty-seven schools offering a range of programs. The student population has more than 33,000 students including 8,000 international students based in Dublin and almost 5,000 students in overseas facilities. Approximately 31% of the student body is engaged in postgraduate study and research.
University of Leeds
Student Lifecycle Programme Readiness
SIG reviewed the University’s Banner Student, Financial Aid, Student Accounts Receivable, and associated processes. The project goal was to assist with fast-tracking business processes requirements that would provide the foundation for a comprehensive implementation strategy in support of the University’s Student Lifecycle Programme.