Campus Management Announces Strong Results of Traditional Sector Expansion Program
Company Achieves Milestone of 50-50 Customer Split Between Traditional and Proprietary Institutions
Traditional Sector Penetration Driven by Aligning Solutions with Evolving Business Model Needs of Institutions
Boca Raton, FL — September 23, 2015 — Campus Management Corp., a leader in technology and services for higher education, announced today favorable industry penetration indicators from its Traditional sector expansion program. While recognized for many years as the dominant software provider to Proprietary institutions, Campus Management continues to gain traction in the not-for-profit sector as Traditional institutions face increased pressure to transform and address increasingly challenging industry dynamics.
“Capitalizing on the highly differentiated technology advantage we’ve developed for institutions serving non-traditional students and online business models, we have made tremendous strides over the past several years gaining momentum in the Traditional sector. The distinction between Proprietary and Traditional institutions has been greatly reduced; Campus Management is at the forefront of serving these distinct but increasingly similar industry segments,” said Jim Milton, Chief Executive Officer, Campus Management. “The Company’s product strategy is characterized by advanced pedagogical innovation which accommodates the evolving definition of a “traditional” student and modalities of learning, competency-based programs, processes to boost recruitment and enrollment, and measurement tools to precisely gauge student success and learning outcomes. This forward-looking strategy has not only spurred interest from the Traditional segment, but has enabled us to remain strongly committed to all segments within higher education, including the private for-profit sector and international institutions.”
In addition to internal metrics, published higher education statistics validate Campus Management’s momentum in the Traditional segment. A recent research report from The Tambellini Group, “2015: Student Information Systems: U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Trends and Leaders Report©,” ranked Campus Management as the top-ranking software company last year with new Student Information System (SIS) contracts for the industry overall, and number two in new Traditional segment contracts.
Connor Gray, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Office added, “To accomplish our industry vision, Campus Management revised our entire product suite roadmap and architecture, resulting in a unique, full-student-lifecycle solution, with offerings that address institutions of any size. Campus Management’s product strategy is based on its vision for the ‘On Demand Model for Higher Education,’ focusing on improved constituent engagement, the ability to offer flexible terms and delivery options, and the agility to make changes based upon industry demands and student needs.”
To support its efforts to further address the Traditional sector, Campus Management recently bolstered its team by adding seasoned, proven professionals, including Jim Brigadier as Senior Vice President of Sales and Professional Services, James Squires as Vice President of Professional Services, and Bruce Bleiman as Vice President of Sales. Each of these individuals bring to bear a wealth of experience serving the Traditional sector. In addition, the Company has revamped many of its customer implementation and support processes to better address the needs of the not-for-profit industry segment.
Campus Management’s not-for-profit clients now include some of the country’s most prestigious 4-year and 2-year colleges and universities. The Company’s growth has been supported through its CampusNexus® solution suite for the higher education market, which includes CampusNexus Student, Powered by CampusVue®, a robust student information system (SIS); CampusNexus CRM, Powered by Talisma®, a constituent relationship management (CRM) product; and CampusNexus Finance, HR & Payroll, Powered by Microsoft Dynamics® AX, a higher education financial solution built on the highly acclaimed Microsoft financial platform with proven use in over 20,000 organizations.
About Campus Management Corp.
Campus Management is a leading provider of technology solutions and services that transform higher education institutions. Its next generation suite, CampusNexus®, includes enterprise-wide Student, CRM, and Finance, HR & Payroll solutions. Today, more than 2,000 campuses in 19 countries partner with Campus Management to transform academic delivery, student success and operational efficiency.
About The Tambellini Group
The Tambellini Group, LLC is the world’s leading market research and advisory firm for higher education executives, organizations and investment firms interested in higher education market research, vendor contract negotiations and market research and analysis. TTG delivers detailed quantitative and qualitative technology research, insight and analysis specifically for education and enables informed decisions based on data. Executive level skills and services include strategic advice for executives, market research, contract negotiations with administrative systems, technology vendors and service providers, and published thought leadership on business and technology issues.
The data analyzed for this report are derived from the TTG Education Institution Technology Profile Database™, the world’s most comprehensive catalog of 53,300 education technology selections made by institutions worldwide. The Education Institution Technology Profile Database™ contains SIS records for more than 5,600 U.S. higher education institutions, including accredited and non-accredited schools. The total size of the Education Institution Technology Profile Database™ exceeds 18,900 global institutions, and includes data in categories such as most recent systems selected for human resources, financial systems, learning management systems, advancement/alumni systems, student/faculty/staff email and library systems.
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