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Drive process efficiency with an SIS software integration

Your student information system (SIS) is a fundamental solution for managing student data. But when it's disconnected from your school's other business systems and information sources, the manual, error-prone and labor-intensive processes that result bog down decision-making in your admissions, financial aid and registrar's offices. 

Integrating a Hyland content services platform solution with your SIS capitalizes on your institution’s system of record, while getting more performance out of it to increase efficiency. With so many SIS transactions depending on documents and processes managed within a content services platform, the technologies are natural complements. 

A Hyland solution captures, stores and indexes documents with information from your SIS while automatically updating the document checklist in SIS, reducing or eliminating error-prone data entry. As data comes in, workflows electronically route documents for faster decision-making. Users access accurate student data by simply clicking a button from within the SIS interface. 

Integrating SIS systems achieves higher return on technology investment 

The OnBase solution is deployed with little or no custom programming and without much IT intervention. User training is not time consuming, and staff learn to use a new feature that's available within the SIS without much effort. Also, with a highly scalable ECM platform capable of supporting the entire institution, gone is the need to maintain multiple document management systems scattered across departments. 

The integration allows you to streamline your operations, automate processes and improve your ability to quickly and efficiently process a student application, verify a financial aid package, evaluate a student transcript and more.

Benefits of OnBase and SIS software integration

  • Improves service levels with single-click user access to information

  • Automates processes for faster decisions

  • Unites disconnected systems to extend value