Traits of Next-Gen SIS

Academia ERP / SIS
3 min readJan 4, 2022

The educational sector, being one of the most significant sectors at the current point in time, needs the right touch of technology. Various institutions are using student information systems (SIS), however, they also need a new and advanced SIS as using the old version of any technology is the same as using no technology or having manual intervention. Using outdated technologies or manually performing tasks restricts growth in many ways. So if you are thinking of adopting a student information system, you must know the traits of next-generation SIS.

  • Agility to manage a variety of students

The most basic and important factor that your Student Information System should own is the agility to accommodate this wider variety of students in the higher education ecosystem. It should have the vision to provide personalized academic & administrative advising and effective management having efficacious resources for exploring various curriculum's and career pathways.

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Higher education institutions also need to think about the flexibility that a student information system is offering them, an approach that allows students and faculty to advance and be active having mastery of a skill, along with providing them speed and agility. The student information system institutions should need to provide each entry and progress of individual students so that institutions can track completion, student retention, and their weak points which need to be administered.

  • Cost-effectiveness & efficiency

Educational institutions need to understand that in the world of modernization it is high time to opt for a student information system that can trigger growth and opportunities but with all these, it is also important that institutions should invest in technologies that are cost-effective in terms of managing all the operations from learning & teaching and academic & administrative operations.

With the new era and new generation coming, we are here to adopt new technologies that can ease out each of the processes for students, faculty, administration, and parents along with provisioning cost efficiency and effectiveness.

Institutions can focus on automation of all the operations, cutting down unnecessary costs in manual interventions, and choosing the best ERP, SIS, LMS, and more can be a good move to this!

  • Robust analytics and services

With today’s educational institutions having more experience and competition than ever before, it is becoming necessary for them to leverage and manage effective data to share accordingly with students, faculty, and parents. There are various data associated with each student like student demographics, retention, and graduation rates, focusing on various rankings, funding, legislation, financial decisions, and a lot of others. A good, robust, and flexible student information system can manage all this efficiently and effectively.

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  • Extended support

The advanced generation of students always demands everything clear, easy, and systematized, so institutions must adopt technologies that provide extended support to institutions for easing out tasks for students and faculty members. An advanced Student Information System can help in making robust and efficient management in the institution.

Closing Notes

Institutions need to be proactive in adopting the best student information system, and to compete, institutions need to opt for automation and digital transformation promoting higher quality experience to students, faculty members, and parents. You can also check Academia, as it is one of the best, awarded, and leading student information systems that is built on cutting-edge technology to trigger growth for modern students and institutions. Want to know more? Contact us now!

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