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TMCNet:  EDIC College Selects Campus Management to Implement Student Information System

[November 30, 2012]

EDIC College Selects Campus Management to Implement Student Information System

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Campus Management Corp., a leading provider of enterprise software products and services for educational institutions, announced today that EDIC College (EDIC) has selected Campus Management as its enterprise software provider. EDIC will implement several solutions from the CampusVue® Ecosystem including CampusVue Student, CampusVue Portal and CampusVue Finance.

(Photo: ) Campus Management's student information system will serve more than 1,500 students enrolled at EDIC. The products will replace the institution's legacy system that was utilized by the admissions and academics offices. The CampusVue system will unify EDIC's departments on campus by creating a centralized database for student information and data collection.

Specifically, CampusVue Finance offers real-time view of campus operations for fund and traditional accounting, purchasing and optimizing resources across campus, and for accurate forecasting. CampusVue Portal serves as an online gateway to academics, financial aid administration, career placement, office applications, and more. It is easily integrated with CampusVue Student, which is a fully unified academic and administrative platform designed for today's service based institutions.

"Campus Management serves a majority of the proprietary postsecondary education market, and understands the issues that institutions like EDIC face from a technology standpoint," said Jose Cordova, president and CEO of EDIC College. "The CampusVue Ecosystem satisfies both our technological and functional objectives. With Campus Management, we are positioned to meet our goal to provide a fully integrated system that will streamline processes for students, faculty, and staff." Tim Loomer, president and CEO of Campus Management Corp. said, "The CampusVue Student system will enable all departments to access relevant student data, providing a better experience for the student and drastically reduce the number of hours staff spends manually imputing and manipulating data." Loomer also stated, "EDIC will now be able to provide better and more reliable services for students while also allowing faster and more accurate real-time information processing." About Campus Management Corp.More than 1,700 colleges, universities, foundations, and other organizations in 26 countries rely upon Campus Management Corp® enterprise software products and services. The CampusVue® Ecosystem is a vision for a fully integrated, centralized administrative and e-Learning platform that unifies services, academic delivery, administrative management, and reporting for the range of public, private, and proprietary postsecondary institutions. The ecosystem includes the CampusVue Student administrative system and CampusVue Portal solution, as well as Talisma® Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) and fundraising software.

CampusVue Student is used by 78 percent of the largest U.S.-based career and online colleges. Additional offerings include performance analytics software, financials, HR, and payroll solutions. Campus Management employs associates worldwide, providing clients with a full range of consulting, implementation, support, training, and integration services. For more information, visit

SOURCE Campus Management Corp.

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