Campus Pipeline Makes the Grade at the University of Miami
The University of Miami, the largest private research university in the southeast, is joining more than 100 higher education institutions in unifying its technology with the Campus Pipeline Web-integration software to provide students, faculty and staff with single sign-on access to all campus services.
The University of Miami prides itself on academic excellence and plans to continue to enhance and support its services for the university community and meet institutional goals through the use of technology. In order to continue to advance, faculty and staff recognized the need to unite the college’s disparate systems under a unified Platform for greater accessibility to services.
Careful evaluation of technologies revealed that the Campus Pipeline Web-integration software was the best solution for a technology that could integrate the university’s legacy systems with other applications and meet the needs of all university constituents by providing targeted messaging and a customizable single-sign-on user view.
“After an exhaustive evaluation of available technologies, we found that only Campus Pipeline had the vision for open integration and for the unification of our varied systems and applications that we desired,” said Dr. Mary Sapp, Chair of the University’s World Wide Committee.
The unification of Miami’s digital resources will spark an automatic exchange of information between technologies and is expected to produce dramatic improvements to efficiency and the daily experiences of university constituents. Based on the outcomes achieved by other Campus Pipeline partner institutions, the university expects to achieve:
- Significant improvements to communication throughout the
university as students, faculty and staff become aware of the
vast number of services available to them as a result of
receiving information and access to university resources based
upon their university role and interests
- Secure, single point access to password-protected information,
services, e-mail, and announcements
- Automated integration with course websites, student
information systems, and key campus applications
- Reduced reliance on paper-based communication
- Leveraged and expanded value of existing university
About the University of Miami
Located in Miami, Fla., the University of Miami is the largest private research university in the southeast. Chartered in 1925 by citizens seeking to foster higher learning in their growing community, the institution has grown from 400 students to almost 14,500 students in approximately 170 undergraduate, 130 master’s and 60 doctoral and professional areas of study.
About the Campus Pipeline Web Platform
The Campus Pipeline Web platform is the only enterprise software that unifies existing and future technologies to create a customized campus experience. The Web platform goes beyond portal and communication tools to integrate campus communication, academic resources, administrative services, campus news, course websites, and all other Web applications securely together under one online roof.
Based on open standards, the Campus Pipeline Web platform integrates with a school’s choice of information systems and other applications including CARS, CMDS, Datatel, Jenzabar, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Poise, SCT, Blackboard, e-College, Prometheus and WebCT.
About Campus Pipeline, Inc.
Campus Pipeline, Inc., an UPSIDE Hot 100 Internet Infrastructure award winner, delivers enterprise software and services to unify the digital campus. One hundred colleges and universities worldwide have deployed the Campus Pipeline Web platform to create comprehensive online environments for unifying administrative services, campus news, distance learning and other services within their higher education communities. Campus Pipeline product development, integration, and strategic partners include SCT, WebCT, Sun Microsystems, iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, Dell, TIAA-CREF, and Talis Information Limited. Investors include American Express, Dell Computer Corp, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Inktomi, Lynx Technology, Meritech Capital Partners, and Oak Investment Partners back the Salt Lake City-based company. For more information, visit www.campuspipeline.com or call 888.682.PIPE.
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