Bath Spa University has signed a six-year deal with TechnologyOne to use its OneEducation software-as-a-service platform for its financial and business management systems.
It plans to use the platform as part of its Future Finance Project to replace legacy technology and streamline a number of business activities across financials, supply chain, business reporting and business analytics.
The university’s head of financial operations, Tracy Banks, said: “Through greater automation, it will also help shift our time and attention away from mundane administrative tasks, allowing us to focus much more on assisting our research, teaching and professional service teams to the benefit of our students.”
The company said the solution is now used by more than 80% of the vocational and higher education institutions in Australia, New Zealand and the UK and supports more than 1.6 million students.
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