Colleges/Universities are expected to “do more with less” and be more innovative if they want to
stay financially sustainable and competitive. Reducing the costs of administrative operations through centralized and streamlined back-office functions that will
increase productivity while improving the quality of services provided is a huge driving factor for Shared Services within the Higher Education industry. In this infographic, our SSON Analytics team has put together stats regarding operational efficiencies observed in U.S. Higher Education SSCs.
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Shared Services in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are confronting growing expectations to decrease spend and optimize service delivery.
Although technology offers huge promise in achieving these goals, HEIs have been slow to jump on the automation bandwagon.
Come 2020, technology will make further inroads in Shared Services, and HEIs have to acknowledge the strategic importance of technology in order to position their institutions for future success. This report will look at how HEI Shared Services Centers (SSCs) can explore automation through use cases, tips on change management and Return on Investment (ROI) figures. Find out more by download the report.
In this Shared Services for Higher Education Report find out:
This report showcases how Shared Services can create transformational change in operational efficiency within U.S. Higher Education Institutions. Through public and proprietary data sources it: