Kuali has released its "State of Forms in Higher Education 2021" report, which provides insights into the current state of forms and workflow automation in higher education institutions. The report is based on a survey of more than 200 higher education professionals across the United States.
Some of the key findings from the report include:
Forms are critical to institutional operations: More than 90% of respondents stated that forms are important or very important to their institution's operations.
Forms are often manual and paper-based: Despite the importance of forms, many institutions still rely on manual and paper-based processes for form creation and management.
Workflow automation is on the rise: More than half of respondents stated that their institution had implemented workflow automation in the past year, with many citing improved efficiency and reduced manual effort as key benefits.
No-code automation is becoming more popular: No-code automation tools like Kuali Build are becoming increasingly popular in higher education, allowing institutions to automate processes without the need for coding or technical expertise.
Compliance is a major concern: Compliance with regulatory requirements like FERPA and HIPAA is a major concern for higher education institutions, with more than 80% of respondents citing compliance as a challenge.
Overall, the "State of Forms in Higher Education 2021" report highlights the importance of forms and workflow automation in higher education institutions, as well as the need for institutions to adopt new technologies like no-code automation tools to improve efficiency and reduce manual effort. If you're interested in learning more about how Kuali's solutions can benefit your institution, be sure to check out Kuali's resources and solutions today.