Multi-campus Welsh college to unify data management

  • June 13, 2016
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Coleg y Cymoedd choose Dynistics’ dashboard technology

13th June 2016: Welsh further education college, Coleg y Cymoedd, has installed Active Dashboards from specialist software provider Dynistics to enhance the college’s information management across its entire organisation. The college, one of the largest further education providers in Wales, has campuses in Aberdare, Nantgarw, Rhondda and Ystrad Mynach, and has 12,000 learners and over 800 members of staff.

The Active Dashboards from Dynistics will enable the college to connect information across each site to produce in-depth visual reports on key performance areas.

Paulo Batista, Director, Planning and Funding, Coleg y Cymoedd, cited Dynistics’ impressive industry relevance as a major influence on their decision to employ Active Dashboards. “With proven success in the fast implementation of its dashboards with FE colleges, particularly in with Welsh colleges, we were impressed with Dynistics’ sector knowledge from the outset. This, coupled with how easy it is to utilise the Active Dashboards and configure them to meet our specific needs, really won us over.  We’re convinced that we will very quickly be able to gain value from the visual dashboards, enhancing both our information management and decision making.”

“We’re delighted Coleg y Cymoedd has chosen our Active Dashboards,” commented Jacob Kemp, Head of Direct Sales, Dynistics. “Data is taking an increasingly integral role within a college’s management function and with campuses in four different locations, Coleg y Cymoedd is already gaining benefit from a single view of its data. Yet with the application of Active Dashboards the college will be able to drill into detail at individual campus level whilst also gaining a comprehensive overview of all. This insight will help them to save time and improve accountability by reporting back easily across all departments, and greatly assist in planning and forecasting.”


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