How Oracle Student Cloud’s Multi-Entity Framework Will Enable New Organizational Models

You’ve heard us say that Student Cloud is a radically different kind of student system: one with the flexibility, agility, and innovation to support today’s institutions and students navigating unprecedented levels of industry disruption and changing educational paradigms. A core differentiator of Student Cloud is an architectural capability that we’re calling our multi-entity framework. Our engineering team has been hard at work on designing out these capabilities, and we’re excited to begin unveiling it to the HEUG and our customers. 

Oracle’s multi-entity framework will empower dynamic collaboration and sharing within and beyond a variety of organizational structures, including complex institutions with professional schools, institutional systems, consortia, and more. We’re really excited about the possibilities that multi-entity will open up for our customers: e.g., managing legal and academic independence or sharing across your organizational models (rather than just at the institution level) will give you the ability to configure your own setups and evolve them over time, based on your own mission and the needs of your students. We think this multi-entity framework will help institutions support student learning journeys, evolve academic programs, manage student transfers, streamline IT shops, and other complex issues in higher ed.

To hear more about Oracle’s vision for Student Management’s multi-entity capabilities, join Higher Ed Development’s Joyce Kim, Product Manager, and Steve Brawn, Principal Product Strategy Manager, on December 1, 2020 at 1 PM EST. Hope to see you then!

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