University to use ERP, e-recruitment software to meet growing technology and business needs
Fairfax, VA — January 24, 2005 — Harvard Law School announced today that it has selected Datatel Colleague's enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and LiquidMatrix's ActiveAdmissions e-recruitment system to meet its growing technology and business needs.
LiquidMatrix is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Datatel.
Datatel Colleague will provide integration across offices on campus and elevate the level of self-services available via WebAdvisor, Datatel's self-service solution. By utilizing ActiveAdmissions' technology, Harvard Law School will be able to manage the complex applicant tracking process and create personalized online communications to prospective students.
"By streamlining interdepartmental business processes and integrating data across campus, Datatel technology will enable Harvard Law School to improve the quality and variety of services we offer constituents," said Steve Kane, registrar of Harvard Law School. "Datatel solutions will also enable our faculty, employees and staff to provide better overall support."
"We are very pleased to welcome Harvard Law School as our newest Datatel client, and we look forward to a very long, successful, and mutually beneficial relationship with this prestigious institution," said H. Russell Griffith, Datatel president and CEO. "Colleague, ActiveAdmissions and WebAdvisor will provide Harvard Law School the technical capabilities it needs to support its constituents."