‘When I talk to people who handle that manually, I think to myself: I couldn’t do it. It would take all day.’
Many organizations rely on multiple software solutions to streamline and simplify various processes, but using segregated systems can make it difficult to keep up with all the various data inputs, tasks, and reports. To eliminate this burden, college and university leaders are turning to systems connections.
“The ability to integrate is incredibly important,” said NeeCee Cornish, Director of Enterprise Database & Integrations at Western University of Health Sciences. She knows that without strong integrations, colleges and universities struggle to maintain data integrity, and end up entering the same data two, three, four times, or more.
That’s why hundreds of colleges and universities take advantage of PeopleAdmin’s integrations.
“We have an integration with Banner — our ERP solution,” said Danny Linton, Assistant Director of Human Resources at the University of Memphis. “Once a user gets access in Banner, they automatically get access to PeopleAdmin.”
With roughly 2,000 users to manage, the integration saves Danny’s team countless hours.
“That integration is a bargain,” he said. “When I talk to people who handle that manually, I think to myself: I couldn’t do it. It would take all day.”
But PeopleAdmin’s integrations don’t end with human resource information systems (HRIS). At Metropolitan Community College, Tracey Burns, Human Resources Analyst, enjoys integration with JobTarget, which streamlines recruitment advertising management and distribution.
“We just click one button, and we’re able to advertise here and advertise there,” she said. “It’s very nice.”
Understanding the full value of integrations, Metropolitan Community College also enjoys integration with HigherEdJobs and will soon go live with a ChronicleVitae integration … both higher education-specific job boards.
“We just pick yes or no in a dropdown to decide if we want to post the job on HigherEdJobs.com. It’s super simple,” Tracey said. “We expect the integration with ChronicleVitae to be just as easy.”