Campus Management Corp.
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|Industry||Higher Education, Nonprofit and Industry Software Solutions|
|Headquarters||Boca Raton, Florida, USA|
Campus Management Corp. is a private company that provides software and services to colleges, universities, foundations, and other companies.
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Campus Management began in 1988 as a consultancy for customizing accounting software. Founder David Meek acquired the firm and re-branded it into a specialized provider of administrative software systems to proprietary postsecondary schools.
In 1999, the company released what is now its flagship student information system, CampusVue Student. In 2007, the IMS Global Learning Consortium ranked CampusVue Student as the top-rated student information system in higher education [cf. http://www.imsglobal.org/pressreleases/pr070212.html].
The company's innovations for education include the first two-way integration of a commercial student administrative system and portals with the Moodle community source Course Management System, announced in 2008 [cf. http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-177404354.html]. As early as 2003, the company introduced fully online e-advising and degree audit capabilities for students who might be re-thinking their majors.
In 2008, Campus Management acquired from nGenera Corporation the Talisma brand and Talisma Corporation Pvt. Ltd. in Bangalore and its higher education business unit based in Bellevue, Washington. Assets included nGenera’s Talisma CRM software, which was in use at Florida Atlantic University, University of Alabama, Texas A&M University, Johnson & Wales, and other leading institutions. Talisma CRM, or Constituent Relationship Management, is a product useful in "strategic enrollment management," which is a concept for continuously improving student recruiting and retention.
Earlier that same year, Campus Management reached a definitive agreement to be acquired by [Leeds Equity Partners]. Leeds Equity is a New York-based private equity firm focused on investments in the education, training and information and business services industries. Gregory J. Dukat is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Campus Management.
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