Campus Consortium is an association that has over 2,000 higher education institution members including Columbia, Cornell, Florida State, Louisiana State, Babson, DeVry, University System of Georgia, and Independent Colleges of Indiana. Campus Consortium focuses on helping its members improve enrollment, retention, and IT services by providing lessons learned iseminars, conferences, and consulting services on areas such as cloud hosting, enterprise portal, web content management, single sign-on & identity management, mobile apps, and service desk.
As Chairman for the Campus Consortium since 2003, Mrs. Jain designs and leads the Consortium's regional conferences which are hosted at member sites throughout the year; and engages members through Consortium-hosted working groups and iSeminars series. Under Anjli's leadership through these various programs and initiatives, the Campus Consortium has led the discussion and adoption of community-source, open-source, software-as-a-service, single sign-on, cloud-based solutions in the education community During her tenure, Anjli has expanded the Campus Consortium's reach from 14 members in the US to 2,000 higher education and K-12 schools and districts in 12 countries.
The EdTech Venture Fund invests in early stage enterprise software, Internet and mobile companies that target the education market or companies created from intellectual property technology transfer from colleges and universities. EdTech Venture fund helps founders turn imaginative ideas into enduring companies.
By Anjli Jain
Colleges and universities are businesses, and like all successful companies, they need to present and maintain a positive brand image. Many universities have nurtured their "distinguished" brands for decades, but a budding trend among lesser known institutions to promote a stronger brand image has now exploded, leading to a dramatic increase in the number of institutions that are willing to invest significant time and money in brand management.
By Kevin O'Flaherty and Karl Horvath
"Creating efficient, effective information technology operations can lead to extremely complicated contracts with individual vendors. Implementation comes with its own set of issues. An effective way to minimize risk, optimize investment, and create positive outcomes for such initiatives is to establish a strategic partnership with vendors..."
By Chuck Soder
Campus Inc. is pumping out education-focused startup companies — and pumping them full of cash. Seven startups that have emerged from the Cleveland-based technology company have received a total of $18 million from its EdTech Venture Fund since 2012.
By Rajat Tandon
BENGALURU: Nasscom's 10,000 Startups, the industry lobby's initiative to spur entrepreneurship in the country, has deepened its existing network globally and locally to provide an immersive and focused programme to startups in 2015.
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