How Broward College increased operational efficiency and student success with ERP and SIS solutions
Higher education institutions face growing pressure to deal with rising tuition costs, increased student debt, and declining job-placement rates, while increasing operational efficiency. Moreover, funding models are shifting from enrollment-based to outcome-based, placing more emphasis on students getting the relevant job skills they need to compete in the global economy. Institutions are tackling these problems with 20-year-old legacy applications, resulting in complex and disjointed systems that are costly to maintain.
For several years, Broward College was operating with a legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and student information system (SIS), until it searched for a more efficient system and invested in Workday. Since the investment was made, Broward College has been able to make faster and more strategic decisions, with real-time insights, to support student success.