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Colleagues,
There's some interest here in software tools to report and track progress on our institutional strategic plan. Achieveit.com was the first solution brought to my attention by a colleague, and we're now starting to consider if something like this would be useful for us. Have any of your institutions used this or similar products and can share some experience? Thanks!

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Kyle Barger
Director of Information Systems
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
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Hi Kyle,
 
Writing you from SIGUCCS in Memphis...you might look at Campus Labs...they have a variety of solutions for those kinds of processes. We are using an accreditation, strategic plan tool. http://www.campuslabs.com/products/
 
Best, Rob
 
Dr. Robert Paterson
Vice President, Information Technology, Planning and Research
Molloy College
Rockville Centre, NY
 

We use TracDat from Nuventive. I was not involved in the evaluation process but Academic Affairs seems to be happy with the product.

 

Brent Harris

Associate Vice President for Information Technology

 

Tk20 is another I would add to the list of tools to investigate.  The software comes from an assessment background but we are using it to track strategic plan progress.  We are still in the implementation stage but it looks promising.  - Bryan
 

Bryan Krusniak Assistant Vice President for ITS
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
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