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Expert panel makes predictions on the coming year in campus cards

Chris Corum   ||   Dec 29, 2004  ||   

When it comes to predicting what’s in store for the campus card market, our expert panel is certainly well-equipped. From ‘top ten’ lists to the future of security, applications, and more … the panel had something to say about all facets of the campus card indsutry.

Industry veteran Tom Bell’s “top 10” campus card predictions for ‘05
by Tom Bell, Vice President of Industry Relations, Blackboard
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Securing campus card transactions is key in ‘05
by William Adoff, President, NuVision Networks, Corp
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Web-based ordering, wireless, and integration dominate ‘05
by Read Winkelman, National Sales Manager – Colleges and Universities
Transaction Processing Systems, The CBORD Group, Inc.

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Campus card legislation, mature systems, and new technology at OSU in ‘05
by Jon Gear, Director, BuckID, The Ohio State University
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Ten predictions for campus card programs in ‘05 and beyond
by Bob Huber, President, Robert Huber Associates
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Drake University maximizing off-campus program with Grubhub

Drake University’s fledgling off-campus program started in October of 2020, and it quickly became evident that mobile ordering would be a valuable addition. Grubhub joined the Drake CampusCash program just one short year later in October of 2021, and the partnership has provided Drake students with a wider variety of off-campus dining options than ever before.
Feb 03, 23 /

Brown campus mailroom adds visual queue

Brown University has added a new visual queue in its campus mailroom that displays the order in which students will be called to pick up their packages. The system is underpinned by the student ID card and a kiosk system in the mailroom.
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East Carolina adds robot delivery with Grubhub, Starship

East Carolina University has joined the growing list of institutions to deploy robot delivery, partnering with Grubhub and Starship Technologies to provide the service. All students, faculty and staff at East Carolina University are able to leverage robot delivery from main campus dining locations.
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