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Author name: Charlie Moran

Sponsoring EDUCAUSE’s “Women Advance Technology” Program to Advance Us All

By Claire Gilbert, Sr. Consultant, Moran Technology Consulting Invariably, our client engagements include some question of people. How do I staff this major project? Is my organization structured appropriately for the strategies that we want to implement? How can we better recruit and retain employees in this increasingly competitive and nationwide (often global) market for …

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Evolution of the Higher Ed SIS Market Share, 2000 – 2020

This article is Cross-posted at LISTedTECH By: Charlie Moran, Sr. Partner & CEO, Moran Technology Consulting Justin Menard, CEO, LISTedTECH Key points: While there has been some diversification in offerings, the four SIS vendors with the greatest market share take up almost 80% of the total SIS market share, and this has been stable for …

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Data Centers? We don’t need no stinking Data Centers!

By: Charlie Moran, Sr. Partner & CEO, Moran Technology Consulting Justin Menard, CEO, LISTedTECH This article is Cross-posted at LISTedTECH * In a previous blog post, we discussed a multi-year downward trend of new Student Information System (SIS) implementations.  Despite this downtrend, there are still many institutions upgrading and buying new SIS suites. In this …

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Current Trends in the Higher Ed SIS Market 2010 – 2018

This article is Cross-posted at LISTedTECH By: Charlie Moran, Sr. Partner & CEO, Moran Technology Consulting Justin Menard, CEO, LISTedTECH Key points: New Student Information System (SIS) implementations have been plummeting since 2011 Small to medium sized institutions with less than 10,000 students are more likely than larger institutions to install a new product in …

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