In a time when data-driven decision-making is expanding on university campuses, administrative needs and business systems are constantly shifting. University leaders and educators contend with managing student success and improving graduation rates, advancing research, attracting donors,and cultivating fiscal responsibility with greater transparency.
As a result of changing priorities from the institution, IT teams often struggle to balance the increasing demands for information with the need for data governance. That’s why a culture of self-service analytics starts with a scalable, secure data infrastructure. With this foundation, educators and administrators can explore their own data without the risk—paving the way for further collaboration and innovation.