Chazey Partners, a global management consulting firm specializing in Shared Services, Business Transformation and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), revealed key strategies and approaches to the next-generation shared services in higher education in a recent Higher Education Shared Services Digital Summit organized by SSON.
Higher education institutions have been feeling the financial squeeze for many years, and the Covid-19 crisis has added significant new pressures. Not only are traditional funding sources expected to become further strained, especially as state budgets contend with the pandemic-induced recession, other revenue sources are likely to be restricted (e.g., non-resident student fees) while costs have historically been relatively fixed (wages and facility costs) or increasing (new investments in technology and online education training/tools).
Part of the solution to this is Next-Gen shared services, where higher education institutions embrace technologies such as Robotic Process Automation, implement more resilient Operating Models, and ensure that they get the basics right.
This timely webinar discussed how higher education shared services leaders are implementing and reinvigorating their various shared services models, moving towards next-generation shared services for higher education.
“Having implemented dozens of shared services transformation projects for higher education institutions across North America and Europe, and many more in the private sector, we wanted to share with higher education shared services professionals our experiences and recommendations on how best to move forward with implementing and leveraging the latest and most relevant best practices in shared services, for the benefit higher education, and to help meet the new challenges that need to be faced.”, commented Phil Searle, CEO & Founder of Chazey Partners.
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