HEUG and Tambellini Agree to Provide Special Benefits for Tambellini Membership to HEUG Members
Higher Education User Group (HEUG) Members Have Access to Benefits of Tambellini Membership Designed Specifically for Higher Education Institutions that are HEUG Members
Irvington, Virginia – March 27, 2018 – The Tambellini Group, the world’s leading independent research and advisory firm dedicated exclusively to higher education, announced a new strategic partnership effective immediately with the HEUG. As part of this partnership, HEUG members can join Tambellini and will receive benefits designed specifically for members.
“In a changing IT landscape, HEUG member institutions are seeking affordable and unbiased advisory services. The opportunity to offer member benefits from Tambellini is extraordinary and we are thrilled to announce this strategic partnership,” said Terry Houser, HEUG Vice President of Technology.
Tambellini members report an average of 410% membership return on investment and an accelerated time to technology decision making. Tambellini provides all of its members with in-depth research and analysis on strategic higher education technology trends, including Student Information Systems (SIS), Human Capital Management (HCM), Payroll, Finance, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Learning Management Systems (LMS), Integration Platform as a Service (iPaSS), and Business Intelligence (BI). Tambellini also covers departmental level technologies, including Recruitment/Admissions, Grants Management, Financial Aid, Student Retention, Career Services, and Advancement/Alumni.
Tambellini members enjoy a combination of self-service and high touch membership benefits. In addition to access to a member portal, research, and industry analysts, HEUG members will receive extra benefits including one additional user and two additional ad-hoc analyst hours in their memberships.
“We are delighted to work with HEUG to deliver targeted advisory services to meet the needs of the HEUG community,” said Katelyn Ilkani, Vice-President and Director of Client Services of The Tambellini Group. The HEUG represents more than 900 campuses globally, and The Tambellini Group’s affordable, unbiased research and analysis is accessible to them online.
In addition to benefits provided to HEUG members, Tambellini will be contributing to the HEUG via strategic webinars, content and whitepapers throughout the year focused on the challenges facing HEUG member institutions.
The agreement is being formally announced during Alliance18 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
About The Tambellini Group
The Tambellini Group (Tambellini) is the only independent analyst and advisory firm dedicated exclusively to higher education. With a team of analysts and researchers who have decades of higher education expertise, and a database of the technology selections of more than 18,900 global institutions, Tambellini offers unbiased analysis and objective insight on education technology and market trends with verifiable data. Tambellini helps higher education executives, business leaders, and the investment community make fact-based technology decisions to achieve their key strategic goals. Founded in 2001, Tambellini is a woman-owned business headquartered in Irvington, Virginia. www.thetambellinigroup.com, telephone (804) 438-9393.
About the Higher Education User Group (HEUG)
The Higher Education User Group (HEUG) is an independent, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, consisting of higher education institutions worldwide that use application software from Oracle and related technologies.The mission of the HEUG is to educate and advocate by facilitating the sharing of ideas, information and experiences among its members, and to provide a unified and effective voice to our vendor partners on all issues involving the use of the software and services we share in the higher education community.The HEUG is an organization of volunteers representing over 900 campuses and 32,000 individuals across the globe. It includes a wide range of institutions, from community colleges, to small liberal arts colleges, to large research universities and state university systems.
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