• Expand your platform with your choice of third-party software
• Add CRM, Moodle, Blackboard, eCollege, bookstore, merchant services, and more
• Eliminate costly and time-consuming programming
Solutions Built Around Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
From customizing online admissions forms to integrating merchant services to adding your preferred CRM application, CampusLinkSM Web Services offers a family of application programming interfaces (APIs) that extends the capabilities of your academic and administrative environment quickly and cost effectively.
This is possible because of Campus Management’s adoption of a Services Oriented Architecture (SOA). CampusLink and SOA simplify development and integration of 3rd-party applications by replacing code-based development with simple, menu-driven integration.
Extend Your CampusVue Solution
CampusLink allows institutions to integrate any Microsoft .NET, Java, or other Web service accessible application with CampusVue. This integration allows you to build new online services that are tightly integrated to the core institutional systems.
Choose from these CampusLink APIs
Accommodates unique admissions processes, allowing institutions to create unique online applications, customized workflow and capture custom application data elements.
Integrates with other workflows in the enterprise or external applications used for student and prospect communication, such as live online chats and phone center applications.
Provides an interface that aggregates and validates prospect data from any source, accommodating real-time management of the recruitment channel.
Enables integration between the CampusVue and any course management system (CMS/LMS). Once implemented, institutions can centrally manage data and processes associated with online courses, programs and students.
Integrates CampusVue with our Financial Aid processor partner, Global Financial Aid Services, Inc., eliminating manual input of data and speeding service to prospects and new students.
Captures almost any relevant financial transaction, such as payments, student housing, cafeteria plans, and other campus purchases or payments.