Welcome to the Showcase
Modernising Student Administration Management Systems
presented by HCLTech
As education researchers, strategists, and designers, HCLTech partner with schools, colleges, universities, administrators, and government to respond to change and create teaching and learning environments – physical and digital – that are engaging, flexible, resilient and accessible.
HCLTech’s TechEd experts help organisations to digitally transform by migrating them to cloud, upgrading their technology or enabling AI/ML outcomes, and help manage their learning options. Benefits include enhanced yet secure experiences for students and academics.
For example, student management systems are core to all Higher Education providers. They are usually either purpose built or built on a platform like Oracle’s Peoplesoft. While they might serve the purpose for which they were built, they are not necessarily living up to today's UX expectations and may not be fully cyber-secure. Modernising student management systems not only repurpose them for today but also helps lower operational costs.
|Key propositions||Value to the sector|
|IT and Systems Management for Higher Education|
|EdTech (Career Shaper)|
Area of Engagement
SAMS (Student Administration Management System)
RMIT engaged HCLTech for their SAMS Cloud migration to AWS public cloud in 2022, along with ongoing managed services for their Peoplesoft application using the HCLTech MASCoT framework (Managed Services with Continuous Improvement to Transformation). HCLTech, now a RMIT strategic partner, is helping them accelerate their digital transformation journey to a more integrated and output-based operational model.
HCLTech and Macquarie University have signed an MOU to provide students a gateway to early career opportunities in technology via their TechBee student program.
Improving the student experience
Symplicit, an HCLTech company, helped QUT identify opportunities to streamline processes, improve governance, and align with the capabilities and standards of IT departments.
Swinburne University of Technology
Optimising the online learning experience
Swinburne Online engaged Symplicit to help increase retention and improve engagement and the overall user experience of their new online platform.
Join the Showcase
When: Thursday 21 September 1pm - 2pm AEST
Where: Zoom webinar
Who: CAUDIT Member Organisations
Presented by HCLTech
Michael Horton, Regional SVP and Country Manager ANZ
Shalabh Narain, Vice President - Education Sector ANZ
Kusum Kauldhar, Manager - Education Sector ANZ
Larissa Denham, Manager Partner Program, CAUDIT
HCLTech contact details:
Name: Naval Shevade, Manager - Education Sector
Phone: +61 403 548 697