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Campus Management Debuts New BI and Financial Aid Technologies

Originally published May 27, 2010

Campus Management Corp., a leading provider of on-premise and on-demand software and services for higher education, continues to demonstrate leading-edge innovation. Campus Management will demonstrate its new executive information system, CampusVue Performance Analytics, powered by eThority, and newly introduced automation capabilities in its CampusVue Student product's Financial Aid module.

CampusVue Performance Analytics is an interactive dashboard that can display information from a reporting schema that is being provided to all customers running on the company's CampusVue Ecosystem of administrative and CRM products. Colleges, universities and online education providers will receive a set of dashboards, and then can expand the system into an enterprise-wide executive information system that may incorporate data from most any other third party software, including Learning Management Systems and financials and HR applications.
The CampusVue Performance Analytics solution is a data warehouse with pre-built service modules, called ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Load), that extract data for real-time strategic analysis. The solution can enable institutions to gain detailed insight across multiple programs, campuses and software systems within one easy to use graphical interface.

Campus Management also will feature at CCA its enriched automation of Financial Aid processing, now available in its CampusVue Student administrative system. The newly enhanced module dramatically streamlines financial aid packaging and refunds, while automating the identification and resolution of common errors and exceptions that can delay the processing of aid and flow of funds from the Department of Education, lenders and institutions, to and from students in need.