Whereas most companies fervently guard their data, we believe in sharing. Sharing selection experiences and outcomes is integral to speeding up the process, lowering the cost and fixing a broken process. Why? Because when Institutions share data, collaboration on a global scale becomes possible. The process becomes more open, and this, in turn, improves outcomes for students, professors, employees and software makers. LISTedTECH is a for-profit company (with a not-just-for-profit attitude). Everything we develop must bring us closer to easing the selection process and improve the data surrounding it. Our end goal is to improve the HigherEd selection process and reduce its costs.

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Non-Degree Programming and the Second SIS

Following our December post on product implementations and online learners in the SIS market, we received feedback that we didn’t mention the solutions to manage students’ […]

Dual View: Another Perspective on the Market Share

We usually present the market share for the product categories using the number of institutions. This is currently our default view. However, this way of […]

The LET Database Now Contains 300,000 Product Lines

Most of the time, we talk about other companies and new products in education. It’s normal: this is our core business, this is what defines […]

Understanding the Key Drivers of Technology Implementations

Often, we look at technology implementations in higher education by the type of institutions, such as public or private, two-or four-year, or large or small […]

CRM RFP Analysis- Could CRMs Be a Part of the Solution for Full Student Lifecycle Engagement? 

The regularly scheduled posts on product implementations will be interrupted this week for a view into the early innings of new analysis focused on requests […]

Will ChatGPT Change the Review Game?

Review websites have been part of our daily lives ever since we started buying products online. Reviews date from many decades before but were controlled […]

The Evolution of RFP Decisions

When we talk about procurement in higher education, it usually involves requests for proposals (RFPs), at least if your institution is public. You need to […]

Evolution of the SIS – Comeback of Homegrown Systems

In the past year, we noticed something we had not imagined possible: homegrown student information systems are coming back. The question on everyone’s lips: why […]

Learning Management Systems in Canada

This post is in its third iteration (2015; 2020, 2023). In 2020, we focused our graphs and analysis on historical implementation data. For this update, […]

What is the Outcome of Implementing New Admission CRMs… New Enrollments?

Since 2011, some 550 four-year public and private non-profit institutions, slightly more than 20% of the entire U.S. market, implemented at least one of the […]

Are Universities Ready for a Subscription Model?

Over the past years, I’ve been thinking a lot about subscription models. Nowadays, we see this business structure for several services: video-on-demand, music streaming, even […]

That’s a Wrap for 2022!

December is the ideal moment to recap what we have accomplished over the past year. At ListEdTech, this last month of the calendar year indicates […]

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