Education

To get the most out of ERP, Universities and Colleges are understandably keen to work with experienced and supportive business-systems experts who understand the particular needs of Higher and Further Education.

Educational institutions can be amongst the most complex of all types of organisation – not least because of the variety of services and stakeholders that can form a part of a single body. At G7, we’ve provided implementation and support services for a number of Universities throughout the country.  

The nature of our support for Universities varies on a case-by-case basis, and can include anything from ensuring all suppliers are authorised and approved before use to the production of all statutory returns. Areas we help Universities with include:

  • The production of timely and accurate invoices to students
  • The efficient and timely allocation of money received against student debt
  • An efficient debt chasing process
  • An accurate reporting pack of Research expenditure against awarded income

Our team of experts has developed a reputation for being uniquely approachable and responsive – and perfectly suited to the challenges of managing ERP in the Education sector.   

 

Contact us to talk to our team of Education consultants now.

Who we've helped

I had the pleasure of working with James Major and Rob Cocklin throughout the Implementation of Agresso Business World – Financials. Both were high calibre, experienced consultants that shared their in-depth product knowledge to ensure we implemented a flexible business solution to meet our ever changing requirements. Bringing high energy and enthusiasm to our project both were happy to challenge proposals and provide their expertise to ensure we maximised the solution to full capacity. I also had the pleasure of working with Simon Watson. Simon’s attention to detail was second to none during the design of our ARC reports and while using detailed SQL to set up automated routines. Again another high calibre Consultant provided by G7.
Janet Baines, University of Northampton