Oracle Student Cloud: Your chance to get involved

As you will probably be aware, Oracle is currently working on the development of the new Student Cloud system. So far this has been done through Focus Groups co-ordinated through the Campus Solutions Advisory Groups to inform the initial development of a SIS specifically supporting the Continuing Education Business Model.

Oracle plan to release this first phase of Student Management in 2016 and are now gearing up to expand their focus to the more traditional models of Higher Education (2 year, 4 year degree-seeking programs).

Therefore, this is a good time to expand the focus of their customer programs and to ask for additional customers to consider participation.  There are three (3) Programs for you to consider if your institution has interest in contributing to the design and deployment of the Student Cloud:

  1. Design Review Council - Provide feedback on the design and development of the solutions; we plan quarterly design review meetings with appropriate expert(s) from your institution
  2. Business Process Experts  - Provide specific requirements and design ideasfor innovativebusiness process support; 25% FTE commitment from your institution with virtual and in-person meetings
  3. Early Adopter - Expected to implement one or more Student Cloud products, with Oracle’s support

Each Program is defined in more detail in the Program Overviews and Applications that can be found at this link:

https://www.heug.org/p/do/sd/sid=21830!

You should expect the Design Review Council and Business Process Experts programs to involve a multi-year commitment.  Please note that for the Design Review Council and the Business Process Experts program, the deadline for applications is May 31, 2016.

You may contact Susan Beidler, Senior Director Product Strategy, Oracle Higher Education Development (susan.beidler@oracle.com) if you have any questions about these opportunities.http://www.youtube.com/user/oraclehighered

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