Get Your Syllabus for Success at the Higher Ed Summit

Get Your Syllabus for Success at the Higher Ed Summit

Colleges and universities are complex. Multiple departments, from admissions to athletics to academics, are all involved in a variety of efforts designed to improve the processes of recruiting, admitting, and ensuring success for students.

Because there are so many applications involved, integration is a key initiative for higher education. From the Common Application to applicant tracking systems like Banner and Colleague to learning management systems such as Moodle, dozens of pieces of software influence interactions.

As a result, integration in higher education can be complex. So we’ve put together a Syllabus for Success in higher education integration to help you get started quickly with integrating your higher ed apps. From Banner to PeopleSoft, Jitterbit can connect all of the apps that touch student data and create a single view of student information.

Integration has many advantages for colleges and universities, including:

  • Eliminating manual effort and data duplication
  • Improving the applicant experience
  • Promoting student and alumni success

Get the Syllabus

To join top-tier universities such as Indiana University and the University of Miami, download our Syllabus for Success today and connect the apps that hold the info you need. Or, if you’ll be at the Salesforce Higher Ed Summit in New Orleans this week, come get schooled in person at our Jitterbit Dean’s List of Connected Campuses session on Wednesday, March 30, at 2:30 in the Sheraton New Orleans, Grand Foyer.

We’ll be at Table 12 at the summit and we also plan to attend the following sessions given by customers and partners. Join us!

Say hi at the Summit


Berklee Online: Proactive Recruitment – Taking Control of the Funnel
Wednesday, March 30, 1:00 – 1:45 Sheraton New Orleans, Grand Ballroom D

Indiana University: Implementation vs. Adoption: A Parallel Enterprise Strategy
Wednesday, March 30, 2:00 – 2:45 Sheraton New Orleans, Grand Chenier