For higher education institutions, moving to an enterprise-wide content services platform can facilitate the management of complex workflows and improve the efficacy and timeliness of business transactions.
- A CSP differs from a traditional content management platform in that it extends the capabilities of the latter by consolidating content from a variety of third-party applications and systems in a single, secure platform, then redistributes pertinent data to the right people at the right time.
Features and Benefits
- Explains the benefits of a content services platform for a higher ed institution.
- Discusses how a CSP can improve workflows and operational efficiency.
Key questions answered
- What distinguishes a content services platform from a traditional enterprise content management platform?
- How was the University of Colorado able to move to OnBase in a fast and efficacious way?
Table of contents
Using an enterprise content services platform to improve the constituent experience and administrative workflows
Establishing the University of Colorado's business context
Achieving enterprise-wide implementation through a department-by-department approach
Increasing operational quality with OnBase