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2014 SIS U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Trends and Leaders The Tambellini Group, LLC


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Report details

Publish Date: April 2014

Authors: Vicki Tambellini and Mary Beth Cahill

Summary: Annual, cumulative report, now in its 6th year, provides a detailed, objective overview of higher education student information systems (SIS) selections made by colleges and universities in the United States. The 2014 SIS: U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Trends and Leaders report provides detailed research about SIS vendor selections by institution size and type to help higher education institutions make informed SIS selection and implementation decisions.

The report examines the SIS choices higher education institutions made in 2013 and in previous years to illustrate emerging technology selection patterns. With this report, higher education institutions considering acquiring a new SIS are able to know the SIS preferences of their peer institutions as well as the key issues involved in their acquisition decision processes.

This report updates TTG's 2013 SIS U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Trends and Leaders report published March 2013. The focus of this report is the 2014 SIS landscape, market share and trends, emerging technologies, and a review of the top vendors providing SIS solutions.

New this year, the report includes research on the implementation approach of each vendor. When third party options for implementation services are available, the vendor partners are listed along with a profile of the partner firm.

The SIS data points analyzed in this report are derived from the TTG Education Institution Technology Profile DatabaseTM , which is the world's most comprehensive catalog of over 53,300 education technology selections made by institutions worldwide. The database contains SIS records for more than 5,400 U.S. higher education institutions, which includes accredited and non-accredited schools.

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