DUBLIN--(the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) with its mission-critical Student Lifecycle Management System.)--CampusITTM, a leading provider of smart student information systems, today announced that it has secured the contract to provide
IST Austria is a PhD granting institution dedicated to cutting-edge research in the natural and mathematical sciences. Currently, research at IST Austria focuses on life sciences, neuroscience and computer science and will expand into fields of physics and mathematics. It will grow to about 100 research groups with 1000 scientists by 2026.
CampusIT’s solution will provide IST Austria’s students, faculty and support staff with access to streamlined and improved administrative processes and to a single, integrated, source of applicant and student-related data. This will enable effective data management, analysis and reporting to support decision-making and planning and help deliver on IST Austria’s goal to being a world-class research institute.
“Our system will enable IST Austria to track and assist its students with a wide spectrum of services such as complex curriculum requirements, providing transcripts towards curriculum and managing qualifying exams. We are pleased to add IST Austria to our growing customer base and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship together.” said Tony Sheridan, CEO, CampusIT
CampusIT is an international technology company providing online student-centric solutions to universities and colleges to automate student interactions and eliminate expensive back-office processes. We are committed to helping our customers become more agile and modernise their student services while, at the same time, reducing costs and free up valuable resources. Founded in 2001 the company is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with offices in the UK and sales teams across Europe. For more information visit www.campusit.net
About IST Austria
The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) is a PhD granting institution located in the city of Klosterneuburg, close to Vienna. The Institute is dedicated to cutting-edge research in the natural and mathematical sciences. Established jointly by the federal government of Austria and the provincial government of Lower Austria, the Institute was inaugurated in 2009 and will grow to about 100 research groups with 1000 scientists by 2026.