Top 5 Reasons to Convert to CampusNexus
Your constituents will enjoy a whole new user experience and responsive design with CampusNexus. Along with mobile access across a broad set of browsers and mobile devices, the dynamic, easy-to-use interface helps employees stay connected across campus or traveling throughout the country. This enables your administrators, faculty, and staff to be responsive to inquiries and tasks, and provide exceptional service from anywhere at any time.
The workflow designer, a substantial component of the CampusNexus architecture, lets you construct decision-based automation throughout the application to optimize execution of business processes across campus.
- Automate admissions and enrollment processing, including financial aid verification
- Configure your own rules for academic processes such as waitlists, course prerequisites, and retakes
- Initiate student notifications for changes in enrollment, registration, billing, and grades
When combined with the solution’s forms builder, you gain even greater capabilities:
- Create simple or sophisticated self-service forms
- Put students in the driver’s seat from inquiry to enrollment, financial aid, and course registration
These new tools provide integration to Microsoft® Power BI to enable cost-effective, powerful, visual analytical trending as well enhanced ad-hoc reporting.
With CampusNexus, you gain access to a rich web services catalog of more than 100 APIs. These protocols extend your platform quickly and cost-effectively with your preferred learning management systems, digital bookstores, merchant services, and much more.
- Integrate your choice of third-party applications
- Expand and improve web-based experiences
- Leverage CampusNexus business logic for custom applications
- Allow data to be easily shared with other systems while maintaining its integrity in the system of record
A significant improvement in CampusNexus lies in the architecture of the solution, which separates the data, application, business logic, services, and user-interface layers.
This decoupling improves performance and scalability, makes it easier to add and test functionality, and reduces security risks across the application. Back to top