ITG and GJU in ERP, e-learning admin project

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By  Published  September 15, 2006

The German Jordanian University (GJU) and Integrated Technology Group (ITG) are to jointly develop and deploy a solution designed to automate GJU’s administrative processes and operations. They will base the integrated e-learning and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution on ITG’s e-learning platform EduWave and its ERP solution WaveERP.

The project is in line with plans by the University to use technology to improve its academic and operational activities and work processes.

Emphasising the significance of the project, Labib Khadra, president of GJU, said: “The launch of this project is aligned with the University’s policy which focuses on the integration of technology in its academic and operational activities, through a modern infrastructure that is built with the latest technologies, allowing students, instructors and staff to perform their daily activities in an effective and innovative manner.”

“The University will be closely involved in the implementation of this vital project, which will result in the automation of the academic and administrative services including finance, human resource, inventory, student information and management system, e-learning and e-content management, and portal integration,” Khadra added.

ITG claims its technology provides complete integration between the administrative and academic segments of the university, allowing for improved efficiency, accuracy and flexibility. EduWave is deployed in Jordan, serving 1.5 million students, and in Bahrain serving 250,000 users nationwide.

It is also deployed in the University of Nizwa, Oman, and in the US.

“ITG is a leading player in the regional and international arena in e-learning and ERP, and we consider this partnership as a great opportunity to create an excellent success story,” said Walid Tahabsem, ITG’s CEO.

“The strength of the solution to be deployed at GJU lies in the seamless integration between the administrative and educational facets at the University.”

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