Working with Leading Higher Education Institutions for More than 17 Years.
The Aptris team possesses a strong core focus in Higher Education. Since 2001, we have been working with leading Colleges and Universities across the country to improve processes and enhance Service Management.
Aptris Recognizes Key IT Challenges & Goals of Higher Education:
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It’s About Leverage.
Higher Education IT organizations are relied on to establish a high-tech reputation for the campus, which extends beyond simply providing high levels of service. Leading technologies and processes are key.
Aptris’ ITSM programs are extremely comprehensive and can include:
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