State University of New York, Delhi utilizing CloverETL software as data integration platform
Javlin announced today that SUNY Delhi has chosen CloverETL as their data integration platform. SUNY Delhi, a leader in higher education IT architecture, is providing a seamless, technology-based system that maximizes value to programs and students.
To cope with complex data integration challenges, SUNY Delhi sought a forward looking solution that provided ease-of-use, a quick learning curve and flexible functionality - all at a competitive price. After an evaluation period, where a number of different solutions were tested, CloverETL was chosen as the best fit.
Bernard Durfee, Enterprise Architect at SUNY Delhi said, "Of all the solutions we evaluated, CloverETL was the most straightforward to install, develop against and deploy. We were able to implement a proof-of-concept much faster and more reliably with CloverETL."
Peter Cresse, EVP, Sales for Javlin added, "Meeting the needs of higher education means that CloverETL can maximize the nature of both program and student data - it simply gives the best value to IT administrators in the changing university market. SUNY Delhi is pushing the envelope for data integration and we are pleased to be playing a role with CloverETL."
SUNY Delhi is using both the CloverETL Designer and Server. This setup proved to be successful already with their first Identity Management project. CloverETL is being used to provision student accounts in the Active Directory within five minutes of being accepted by the university. CloverETL is also being implemented in a larger, more traditional data warehouse project for reporting systems.
About SUNY Delhi
Founded in 1913, SUNY Delhi has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade, reaching a record enrollment of over 3,100 students. Delhi is carving a unique niche in higher education by offering seamless, technology-based education that includes specialized certificates, more than 40 associate degree programs and 13 distinctive baccalaureate programs. Several academic programs have earned state and national reputations for excellence and in 2008; SUNY Delhi was ranked among the Top 45 Colleges in the North, according to the U.S. News and World Report Guide to America's Best Colleges.