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January 24, 2023 / ,

CampusIDChat: Rasheed Behrooznia, Transact Campus

In this edition of CampusIDChats, Transact Campus' Rasheed Behrooznia discusses the finer details of the company’s new cloud-based transaction system, Transact IDX. Watch along as discuss some of the key features of the IDX transaction system and why implementing a...
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May 12, 2017 /

Moving card systems to SaaS

The shorter and sweeter way to say “Software as a Service,” the SaaS model is quickly becoming the go-to model for hosting software systems across virtually every industry vertical, higher education included. The trend toward hosting campus card instances off...
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East Tennessee State pioneers next-generation campus mailroom

Universities are the perfect environments to test new methods for old processes, and there's perhaps not abetter example of this in practice than the campus mailroom where inefficiencies, outdated technology and spatial waste are proving to be more of a...
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November 13, 2014 / , ,

Case Study: The road to a new transaction system

For many universities, managing student transactions can be a bear. Between numerous campus departments, account types and maybe even a dated card system, the daily task of reconciling student purchases can be an undertaking. New transaction systems and account management...
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May 30, 2014 /

The future of campus card servers

Throughout their history, dedicated servers have been a fact of life for card programs both large and small. Over time, however, the evolution of campus card systems and advancements in computing technology have given rise to newer alternatives to the...
December 5, 2012 / , ,

Campus card pricing

How providers determine what schools pay Andy Williams, Associate Editor, Avisian Publications From cloud-based services to software delivered on-site, colleges and universities have a myriad of options for handling their card programs. Understanding the ways in which the different vendors...

Philly public schools adding transit to existing contactless IDs

Student cards already serve attendance, access control By Zack Martin, Editor, Avisian Publishing To use a transportation analogy, three separate tracks are coming together in Philadelphia to form a very interesting student ID and public transit solution. On track number...
December 15, 2011 / , ,

Software as a Service gains momentum as model for managing card offices

Campus cards in the cloud By Zack Martin, Editor, AVISIAN Publications Albion College wanted to add a flexible spending account to its campus ID card. The 1,600-student campus in Albion, Mich. had a homegrown student ID system and adding the...
November 9, 2011 / ,

Print management, campus card provide windfall for Pennsylvania campus

By Andy Williams, Associate Editor, AVISIAN Publications When small Mercyhurst College, a 4,000 student institution Erie, Penn., decided to revamp its print and copy management system, the school had no idea about the cost savings it would unleash. By the...
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Building a campus card

Launching a brand new campus card program isn’t as easy as signing a contract and cutting a check. There are many steps a schools needs to go through before they even choose a vendor. CR80News asked questions to campus card...
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As supply chain issues in 2021 persist, identity solutions provider @ColorID discusses ways campuses can to overcome potentially troublesome delays until the situation eases.

https://www.cr80news.com/news-item/protecting-your-campus-card-program-from-supply-chain-issues/

A dining services push at the @UBuffalo is reinforcing the utility of self-service checkout. @CBORD is improving the food service experience using the GET app, as well as Nextep kiosks and Oracle’s Micros Simphony POS.

https://www.cr80news.com/news-item/kiosks-self-service-tech-streamline-campus-food-service-u-buffalo/

Did you miss our recent webinar? No worries - watch it on-demand. Leaders from @NAU and the @UAlberta joined Ryan Audus, Touchnet, and Andrew Hudson, @CR80News, to discuss innovative mobile services and the future of mobile tech in higher ed. Watch now: https://bit.ly/31RFyLn

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