Embrace Agility to Elevate Research Administration
A comprehensive research administration and compliance system like Kuali Research provides core functionality critical to transforming the research enterprise through automating processes, supporting complex workflow, integrating with other key systems, and creating a single repository for proposal, award, COI/COC disclosure, protocol, and export control management information. Inevitably though, there are processes and forms unique to your institution that fall outside the scope of this core functionality. What if you could extend the capability of your current research solution to automate those unique processes, without requiring the help of your local IT resources?
Kuali Build provides that capability.
Automate Any Unique Process
Use Build’s easy-to-use drag and drop app builder to quickly optimize and launch any process not currently handled by your Research Administration platform, empowering greater research agility
Role-Based Approval Routing
Route customized approval and acknowledgement notifications to key roles all across campus through built-in SSO integrations, ensuring nothing slips through the cracks
Integrate with Key Campus Systems
Maintain data integrity with quick push-and-pull connections to your Research Administration platform and other core campus systems.
As a multi-tenant SaaS architecture built on the Cloud, we utilize the best technologies to provide the most agile and scalable platform possible.
Flexible Process Mapping
Visualize and map out end-to-end processes using drag-and-drop workflow steps, making launching a business critical research process a breeze.
Rest assured your institution’s data is safe in a platform that is encrypted at-rest and in-transit, maintains fully redundant data storage, and conducts regular security updates and penetration testing
“The Kuali Build staff have really been a force in allowing us to move forms into production. Without their willingness to listen and not always make changes, but maybe steer us in another possible direction, we definitely would not be using Kuali Build as we are today.”
Director of Research Information Technology, University of Massachusetts Amherst