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Higher One unveils Campus Intelligence software

Monday, November 12, 2012

Higher One launched Campus Intelligence, a solution that enables college administrators to gather institutional data that can be viewed from computers, tablets or smart phones. The newest offering is a part of the company’s Campus Labs suite which Higher One recently obtained.

With Campus Intelligence institutions can obtain data from a variety of different sources including faculty and course evaluations, student outcomes as well as student refund data from Higher One’s OneDisburse Refund Management system, said Eric Reich, senior vice president, Campus Labs. [end] 

Purchase increases university presence, curbs DOE regulatory worries

Already among the ‘Top of the Charts’ in the payment processing realm, Heartland Payment Systems catapulted to Rock Star status in the campus payment world this morning, announcing that it has entered into an agreement to acquire TouchNet Information Systems, Inc., a Lenexa, Kansas-based integrated commerce solutions provider to higher-education institutions.

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The CBORD Group announced that the GET platform, used at colleges across the country, is available as a native smart phone app putting student services at their fingertips 24/7. The platform also supports MICROS order integration enabling online and mobile orders on campus or off.

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Doctoral students at the University of Zurich have released an open-source tool that could broaden the mobile payment process on campus.

The mobile wallet solutions is called CoinBlesk, and is the brainchild of a group of University of Zurich graduates that wanted to deliver mobile payments using two-way Near Field Communication. The student-led project is being implemented in the university’s cafeteria.

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Waukesha County Technical College has started its search for a new banking partner to fill its on-campus location.

A 2009 poll conducted at the Waukesha County Technical College found that 69% of students would use an on-campus bank. Now, the school is seeking proposals for a full-service branch on its Pewaukee campus.

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