Over the past six years, Purdue developed and continues to implement the Purdue Community Cluster Program, a collaborative model for high-performance computing that uses both the central and local funding models.
Using the multi-entity processing (MEP) model let the Colorado Community College System transform 13 instances of ERP at its individual community colleges into a single installation, meeting system needs while preserving each college’s uniqueness.
Driven by factors from decreased financial support to changes in technology, IT restructuring gives institutions a chance to rethink their IT organization’s services and units, where they reside, and how they might be consolidated or distributed.
The number one factor influencing approval of an enterprise application project is a new system's ability to meet business requirements. Read more in the ECAR study, “Enterprise Application Projects in Higher Education.”
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