What a great year it has been, and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you. As the year comes to a close, the snow starts falling, and cheers ring out, we want to pause for a moment and reflect on what this year looked like for Kuali.
We discuss some of the benefits SaaS provides for IT departments.
Kuali, a higher education software company, has been named one of Inc. magazine’s 2019 Best Workplaces.
In order to rapidly recognize the value of your investment, without waiting for expensive and disruptive upgrades, it’s critical to work with vendors committed to Continuous Delivery and Deployment. Software providers mired in traditional development and major release cycles can’t deliver on the full promise of the cloud.
Culture happens. You can choose your office space. You can choose a technology stack. You can even choose your customers, or at least choose who won’t be your customers. Can you choose your culture?
This is exciting stuff with real potential to change an increasingly dire situation for many higher ed institutions that want a simpler approach to great functionality.
No one does a happy dance when they’re asked to create an elaborate plan for something that might not, or will likely not, happen in the near future.
The most important purpose of automated testing is to give us confidence. We want to have confidence that we can add new features quickly.
Curriculum differentiates your institution and can be a key deciding factor for students applying to college and university.
the obsession with this game might be causing some issues for you and your campus.
We look forward to hearing from you!