Founded in 1988, the mission of Campus Management is to provide robust, elegant and cost-effective software systems. Worldwide, more than 1,300 higher education institutions in 35 countries run on its administrative systems. Hundreds of other non-profits, community service and health care organizations, and other businesses rely on Campus Management to manage their most mission-critical transactions, dynamic relationships, and the complexities of learning, finance, research, and regulation.
Vision for 21st Century Education
Campus Management foresaw the converging needs of institutions serving traditional and nontraditional students in a global and increasingly Internet-driven society. The company's vision is to ensure that its clients achieve rapid delivery of highly integrated administrative and academic systems that are easier to maintain over the long-term.
Campus Management serves organizations across the higher education landscape—ranging from career colleges to public and private institutions, offering non-credit programs, professional degrees and certifications, and traditional 2-year, 4-year, graduate and postdoctoral programs.
Investing in R&D and Strategic Relationships
The company is well-known for its significant, continuous investment in research and development. To advance its products and introduce new solutions, Campus Management maintains focus on the gathering of market requirements, and working with clients, advisory boards and industry thought-leaders, to determine its product roadmap and anticipate the complexities and challenges facing the industries it serves.
Campus Management also pursues acquisitions and key partnerships that can provide its clients with distinctive operational and technological advantages. Most recently, this has included the acquisition and integration of two top-rated, best-in-class solutions: Talisma Constituent Relationships Management (CRM) suite and Donor2 fundraising software brands.