UNIT-e is Collab Group's official partner for Management Information Systems.
UNIT-e puts the power of your education management solutions firmly into the hands of your students, staff and senior leaders. Whether your priority is to increase recruitment, raise educational attainment, or improve organisational efficiency, our student information and library management systems are helping data-driven further providers respond to challenges in the sector, faster.
Collab Group and UNIT-e are looking to build on their positive relationship by focusing their partnership on a number of specific areas relating to technical and professional education in the FE and Skills sector. This includes collaboration on thought leadership and shaping the debate around the use of technology within the college sector.
The partnership extends to collaboration on joint events, blogs and webinars that will benefit both our members and stakeholders within the further education and skills sector.
Capita Unit-e focus on a number of areas. These include:
Online database service that enables students and staff the freedom to access information whenever and wherever they are.
Provision of a range of managed services, including application, platform and infrastructure support.
Training and advising staff on how to ensure the best use of management information systems.
Support desk resources to resolve issues and enquiries.
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