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Category Archives: System Selection
This is a strange question to ask in a systems blog, isn’t it? Actually it seems to be a question that’s been asked in most of the 70+ System Selection projects that I’ve participated in over the years. I think … Continue reading
Whether you are selecting a new software package or a new car, or a quart of ice cream, it is important to have a set of Evaluation Criteria against which to make your choice. You need to identify which attributes … Continue reading
An interesting focus of different systems is whether the Individual or the Household is more important. Generally in Advancement Systems for Colleges and Universities, the vendor systems focus on the Individual and their involvement with the school, both before graduation … Continue reading
Over the years I have identified numerous pieces of data that my clients have requested for their advancement systems. I have categorized those into a number of areas and am starting to post them here. Remembering the two laws of … Continue reading
It’s your choice. You can have a system installed quickly and cheaply, but if you do it won’t likely be good. OR, you can get a GREAT system and try to install it quickly, but it certainly won’t be cheap. … Continue reading
Allow me to start off by pointing you to my article on System Selection from the CASE book on Advancement Services. (Click the link above to access it.) That can provide you an overview for system selection. This (and future) … Continue reading