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Call for Presentations and Registration Now Open for April Evisions Conference

Do you use Evisions solutions in your day to day job?  If so, then the April 2014 Evisions Conference is where you'll learn some tips and tricks to take advantage of the tools you already have. Registration is now open for the next Evisions Conference. Join us for a full day of education and networking with peers on Saturday, April 5th at the Sheraton Park Hotel, in Anaheim, CA.  Join us at the conference if you are using any of the following Evisions solutions: Argos, Cayuse 424, Cayuse SP and FormFusion.  The Conference will have over 30 breakout sessions on the agenda for different user levels, roles and interest areas. Register today.
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Jacksonville University - Accessible and Affordable Reporting Achieved with Argos

The reporting team at Jacksonville University (JU) has gone through more than their fair share of reporting implementations. Maintenance for their legacy systems was a perennial issue, and the reporting team was spending too much time on setup, security and dissemination. The implementation of Argos, the Enterprise Reporting Solution from Evisions, solved JU's reporting challenges.  ...
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6 Common Misconceptions About Data Management in Higher Education

Managing your institutional data effectively is no mean feat. Dozens of factors come into play, from your choice of reporting tools to the makeup of your institution’s strategic plan. With all those moving parts, it’s little wonder that mastering your data management can be overwhelming.  Read this Evisions blog post on six common misconceptions about data management.
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Evisions Inc. Signs Agreement with IData Inc. to Aid Clients with Report Development and Data Governance

Evisions Inc. (Evisions), a leader in higher education enterprise analytics and reporting, today announced a partnership with IData Inc. (IData), a consulting, software and solutions firm. With its signing of an IData reseller agreement, Evisions can now sell IData’s Data Cookbook Software and Services to its client base. The partnership between IData and Evisions will allow for the enhanced integration of their respective software...
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Session Descriptions Now Available for Evisions Summer Conference

The schedule and session descriptions are now on the conference site for the Evisions Summer Conference. Join us July 21st thru July 23rd in Portland, OR for networking with peers and educational sessions on Cayuse 424, Cayuse SP and Argos. Last summer, the event was called the Cayuse User Group Meeting but now has been expanded to include users of Argos, the Enterprise Reporting Solution from Evisions.

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Evisions and Cayuse Join Forces to Provide Enhanced Academic Management and Proposal Development Solutions

Two Leaders in Higher Education Software Solutions Consolidate.  Evisions, Inc., announced on January 13th that it has acquired Beaverton, OR-based Cayuse, Inc., to consolidate two leaders in higher education software solutions.
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Oracle Settles U.S. Agency Overbilling Case for $199.5 Million

Oracle Corp., the world’s second- biggest software maker, agreed to pay more than $199.5 million to settle allegations it overbilled the U.S. government for nine years.

The accord resolves a lawsuit claiming Oracle induced the General Services Administration to buy $1.08 billion in software from 1998 to 2006 by falsely promising the same discounts offered to Read More>
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Blackboard: A Tale Of 2 Companies - Company Secrets

When Blackboard’s business is carefully pulled apart, a very different picture emerges from what management has shown the world. In reality, it is two companies: The company that Providence thinks it is buying has grown rapidly and moved aggressively to expand its product offerings. Widely held, it is a market leading software company whose brand is well-known.
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Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action Suit against the Princeton Review, Inc.

Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP (“Robbins Geller”) today announced that a class action has been commenced on behalf of an institutional investor in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts on behalf of purchasers of the common stock of The Princeton Review, Inc. (“Princeton Review” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ:REVU) in or traceable to the Company’s offering of common stock on or about April 15, 2010 (the “Offering”), as well as purchasers of the Company’s common stock between March 12, 2009 and March 11, 2011, inclusive (the “Class Period”).
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Would the U.S. Department of Education send a S.W.A.T team to someone's home for defaulting on a Student Loan?

The resident Kenneth Wright said that he went to the Mayor and the Stockton Police Department and was then informed that they had not issued the search warrant, that they had nothing to do with it... that the U.S. Department of Education issued the search.