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Boise State University selects workflow management solution

DATA180 solution will help deliver activity reporting to administrators, faculty and staff

DATA180 has been selected by Boise State University to provide its FACULTY180 activity reporting system to administrators, faculty, and staff. Boise State University will be using the FACULTY180 system to manage its faculty data, activity reporting, and performance evaluations.

“We selected FACULTY180 because of its demonstrated ease of use and flexibility in data entry, reporting, and workflow management. We’re excited to be working with DATA180 to ensure that our faculty and administrators have access to the data and reports they need,” states Jim Munger, Vice Provost for Academic Planning, Boise State University.

“We are delighted to partner with Boise State University to implement our FACULTY180 solution for faculty data management and performance evaluations. On behalf of all our employees at DATA180, I want to express my sincere appreciation for the opportunity to collaborate with a metropolitan research university of distinction in the Northwest,” says L. K. Williams, President of DATA180.

FACULTY180 delivers state-of-the-art efficiencies for colleges and universities throughout the faculty information chain, from accreditation reporting to self-service analytics, evaluation processing to standardized workflow processes.

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