Join Amos at the UK’s leading Further and Higher Education event, The Education Strategy Forum.
Taking place at De Vere Cotswold Water Park the 27th, 28th February & 1st March 2023, this three-day business networking event will bring together the industry’s key decision makers to share best practice initiatives in driving greater revenues, building a sustainable education system and delivering excellence in the sector.
A fantastic event and a perfect way to network, update and discover new ICT business solutions.- Head of Faculty, Exeter College
They have selected the Amos Connect “Integration as a Service” offering to help them clear the path to the cloud and realise the many benefits being in the cloud can offer them.
Amos Connect will enable UCA to modernise their existing legacy integrations into a cloud compliant offering, as part of their cloud migration project, de-risking themselves from unmanageable point to point integrations. The Amos “as a service” integration platform will help orchestrate the flow of data between their student system and over 11 different applications.
The Amos platform was identified as a strategic enabler for UCA, enabling our University to modernise its approach to data integration and cloud adoption, providing the digitals foundation to build future capability.- James Davies, Director of IT at UCA
They have selected the Amos Connect “Integration as a Service” offering to integrate multiple systems, improve data workflows across the organisation, and de-risk themselves from the burden of point-to-point integration.
The Amos Connect platform will orchestrate the flow of data between the ICMP Student Information, Learning Management, Timetabling, and Active Directory User Management systems.
ICMP are delighted to be partnering with amos to modernise and improve systems and data integration, to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of our business processes with the aim of improving the student and staff experience.- Harri ap Rees, Registrar and COO at ICMP
New College of Humanities in London exceeded the Russell Group universities for student satisfaction for three consecutive years in the National Student Survey (2019, 2020, 2021).
As NCH continues to develop its reputation for delivering an excellent university experience, the Amos platform was identified as a strategic enabler to automate the movement of data across its core systems.
Key business benefits identified: saving key staff time to focus on value-added activities, improving data quality that will in turn improve the student lifecycle experience, and alleviating the NCH team from the burden of integration support and maintenance.- Sheena Van Der Merwe, Director of Resourcing and Operations