The College of New Jersey has replaced or is replacing our financials,
HR, and student system. We have not used consultants in the selection of
any of these systems and feel our selection processes have been very
successful. We recently gave on selecting an ERP, which can be found
which includes a summary of a number of approaches institutions have
taken to writing an rfp - gleaned mostly from the educause web site.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Absar Quaiser [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 3:39 PM
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> Subject: [CIO] Justification for consultant to help with our
> Administrative Software selection
> Our university will soon be looking to replace our current
> administrative software, Jenzabar. I would like to
> recommend to the university that we hire a consultant
> to help with the selection and implementation of the
> If you have been through a similar experience
> and are willing to share supporting documents that
> indicate why you chose consultanting services versus doing
> everything in house, I would greatly appreciate it.
> Thank you
> Quaiser Absar
> Director, Institutional Computing
> Shenandoah University
> 1460 University Drive
> Winchester, VA 22602
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> The best way to get things done is not to mind who gets the
> credit for doing them.
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