Vital answers for higher education.
How are you measuring the performance of your
department and school? Can you measure the performance?
Or, are you, like many institutions, prevented from having
the critical answers you need because data is spread to the four
winds. Is something as simple as an accurate fund balance
Technology alone cannot solve these problems. It takes a
proven process and an intimate understanding of the complex
business of higher education. This knowledge and process,
coupled with our award-winning technology platform, is the
DataScholar Performance Suite™.
The DataScholar Performance Suite provides your
organization a turn-key analytics and dashboarding platform
designed specifically for the unique challenges of higher
education. The suite can cover the full spectrum of
recruitment, admissions, education and administration activities.
Or, the solution can be targeted specifically to serve one or
more of these missions.
At eThority, we have been solving these challenges at colleges
and universities for almost 20 years. But don't take our word
for it; see what our customers are saying:
The DataScholar Performance Suite consolidates data from
the disparate student information, learning management, financial,
and administrative systems into one unified platform.
Creating and distributing metrics across your institution is
finally a reality. By offering transparency and access to this
information, deans, chairs and administrators can improve
accountability, increase retention, reduce waste and reward
Stop holding your breath for answers. Let the
DataScholar Performance Suite give you the answers you
Clear, Concise Dashboards
Publish information-rich dashboards to faculty, staff and
administrators to improve performance and alert critical members to
the changes occurring daily in your institution. Author, publish
and share from our "user-obvious" interface.
"User-Obvious" Analytics and Reporting
Get the answer to your next question about your data, without
having to pick up the phone and call for help. The eThority
"user-obvious" interface means you can freely interact with your
information. Business users will love their new found reporting
prowess and I.T. will love the fact that they can focus on advanced
tasks and be relieved of the constant stream of report-change
One of the critical elements to successfully solving the higher
education financial puzzle is "off-ledger" transactions.
Transactions like multi-year commitments, and off-campus
contracts can wreak havoc on traditional reporting system accuracy.
Our Commitment Management module ensures these are accounted
for and communicated so you finally have an accurate picture of
where you are going.
A comprehensive view of your funds is only a mouse click away.
Complete drilldown functionality into income and balance
sheet activity is available. And, our Commitment Management
transactions are integrated so you can finally get the elusive
"accurate available balance".
Share knowledge...automatically. HEPS delivers a complete
automation engine for the distribution of your vital answers.
Schedule secure transmission of information to individuals,
groups and locations. Automated distribution can save you
hundreds of hours in a year.
World-class Enterprise Security
It isn't enough to just be "easy" for everyone. Information must be
distributed in a secure and compliant manner. eThority offers
unprecedented flexibility and depth with its Enterprise Security
Engine. Single Sign On, LDAP integration, row and column
level locking are only part of the security picture.
Make changes, without penalties
We know each institution is unique. In the past, you were
punished for making changes after you rolled out your solution.
No more. With eThority's patent-pending, cascading
architecture, you can continually update, add, and improve your
solution without the penalties that other platforms impose.
This is the gift that keeps on giving. As your needs
change, eThority permits the pursuit of perfection.
Take the next step and learn how you
can breathe new life into your institution with the DataScholar