Enabling Transformation. Removing Barriers
Led by Trinity University’s Project Portfolio Management Office.
Trinity’s Digital Transformation program will automate the transactional so that we can invest in the more personal.
Incoming students are technology natives, and Trinity University must transform our students’ technology experiences into ones that are seamless, personalized, and user friendly.
We must also improve Trinity’s enterprise systems to empower faculty and staff to provide an improved and efficient student process as demanded by the increasingly competitive higher education industry.
Student Information System (SIS)
SIS is the data backbone serving the University’s core educational mission. This includes course registration, degree audits, access to and financial aid and student billing records.
Human Capital Management (HCM) system
HCM maximizes the recruitment and employee experience by automating HR tasks so that Trinity can focus onrecruiting, rewarding, and retaining exceptional faculty and staff.
A modern finance system provides timely, automated, and transparent financial tasks and reports that present pertinent information to contributors in support of the university’s mission and to maintain financial compliance.
Better business decisions
Modern, automated systems will allow centralized and efficient data management and analytics in order to better make critical business decisions. Rather than manually managing processes, resource allocations will be aligned to the decisions made as a result of those processes.
Meaningful dashboards and reporting
Trinity is committed to building and maintaining a system that can pull data from multiple sources in order to produce meaningful dashboards, reports, and progress updates for appropriate community members.
Tailored insights for fundraising
The University must contribute to and have access to a system capable of managing alumni communications, donor records, contribution portals, and campaign marketing is critical to Trinity’s success.
Commitment to security and system best practices
A modern information system is sustainable and trustworthy only if it is secure. Trinity commits to implementing best practices for information security and associated audits.
Trainings and Support Resources
Events and training sessions throughout the Digital Transformation initiative keep the Trinity community up-to-date and well-equipped for a smooth transition.