Click on any of today’s familiar pain points to see how those pains can be turned into gains.
Records of historic departmental licensing agreements to manually piece together reports on inventory, active users, and user groups
Built-in reporting and analytics to gain on-demand insights into product adoption, user activity, financial settlements, and more
Cumbersome spreadsheets to track product eligibility, inventory, department budget allocations, and software purchases by students and faculty
A central, online hub that streamlines the management of digital resources and automates many tasks
IT resources dedicated to providing technical support to students, faculty, and staff
End-user support outsourced, freeing IT resources up for other tasks
Unsecure, FTP-based systems to manage licenses, which may put institutional and end-user data at risk
Single sign-on verification, just-in-time provisioning, and 24/7 fraud monitoring to ensure data security and compliance
Multiple web portals to manage cloud software and manually provision and deprovision cloud licenses
One web portal to manage all cloud products, with automated provisioning and de-provisioning of cloud licenses
School website or intranet that requires users to click multiple links and/or create multiple profiles to acquire all of their curriculum software
A user-friendly, school-branded online store where students, faculty, and staff can self-serve access to all digital resources they need using a single set of sign-in credentials
USB drives to manually distribute software to students and faculty for installation on their personal devices
Secure digital delivery of course software to students and faculty for download on their personal devices
Do you recognize this setting? It’s time to update the “tools of the trade” used by academic IT to manage and distribute digital resources.