Dallas Baptist University Moves To The Cloud With Ellucian
Migration to Managed Cloud and New Ellucian Experience Platform to Improve Operations and User Experience
Ellucian, the leading higher education technology solutions provider, announced that Dallas Baptist University will migrate its technology operations with Ellucian cloud solutions to modernize and improve the experience for students, faculty and staff. Dallas Baptist University joins more than 1,100 institutions worldwide that are in the cloud with Ellucian.
Dallas Baptist University will upgrade its Colleague ERP from an on-premise environment to Ellucian’s managed cloud. The move to cloud will provide flexibility, adaptability and will improve the institution’s future disaster recovery and business continuity with greater security of systems and data. In addition, Dallas Baptist University will implement Ellucian Experience, a new platform that simplifies everyday tasks and access to information for students, faculty, and staff through a personalized dashboard.
“DBU is constantly seeking ways to improve the student experience and streamline our processes in order to ensure a safe and secure digital environment,” stated Dr. Adam C. Wright, Dallas Baptist University President. “Throughout the years, Ellucian has been a great partner in this effort, and we are pleased to continue this work through this invaluable upgrade.”
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“Today’s institutions are experiencing unprecedented change and need partners with expertise in both cloud and higher education. Ellucian will enable Dallas Baptist University leaders in the next phase of their digital transformation as they grow and adapt to meet the evolving demands of their community,” said Laura Ipsen, President and CEO, Ellucian. “With a laser focus on the unique needs of higher education, Ellucian’s cloud capabilities alleviate day-to-day maintenance, patching and upgrades, freeing up campus resources to focus on DBU’s strategic initiatives and overall commitment to serve its students.”