My job in higher ed: Michael Denzler, University of St Gallen

My job in higher ed: Michael Denzler, University of St Gallen
Michael is IT admin support for the University of St Gallen MBA programme. He explains how the technology landscape of higher education is changing and how being a student helps him understand the IT requirements of his peers.
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The business case for hiring autistic team members

The business case for hiring autistic team members
Viola Sommer is Head of Operations at Auticon, a company which employs adults on the autistic spectrum as IT consultants. She explains how autistic adults' distinctive cognitive abilities can make them genuine assets to a UK IT sector gripped by a skills shortage.
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Software for higher education: in-house development vs SaaS

Software for higher education: in-house development vs SaaS
To provide students with the best higher education experience possible, universities across the world are turning to software to manage and optimise their marketing and recruitment processes. In our new ebook, we outline three key questions universities need to answer when deciding whether to build software in-house or opt for an off-the-shelf, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution.
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Automation in the admissions process

Automation in the admissions process
Marketing automation has grown tremendously over the past few years, and it's no longer the reserve of the largest or most technologically innovative companies. Many universities now use marketing automation in their recruitment and admissions process to communicate with their prospects, throughout the whole admissions lifecycle, in a relevant and timely manner. And while the word automation sounds cold and impersonal, automating repetitive, mundane tasks frees up your time so you can focus on building better relationships with your candidates.
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