Tribal Group awarded contract with University of Malaya
Last updated: 05/01/2018
Tribal Group has been awarded a contract with the University of Malaya to implement its market leading student management system SITS:Vision.
The University of Malaya is the largest public sector higher education institution in Malaysia, with more than 23,000 students. The SITS:Vision student management system will support the entire student lifecycle from initial enquiries, through to graduation and alumni.
Tribal consultants will work closely with the University of Malaya project team and will take advantage of the standard Tribal Framework Build in order to meet rapid implementation timelines and to deliver a tested, highly functional configured solution to the university.
SITS:Vision is a market leading student management system delivered through five component areas that are modular by design, allowing institutions to use those areas that are required to meet their business needs, but are still integrated within a single system. Components include recruitment and admissions, programmes and timetabling, student information, system tools and reporting and e:Vision (self-service web portal).
The contract was signed in June at the University of Malaya, Tribal Group commenced the implementation in early September and expect to complete the project in 2019.
Jon Baldwin, Managing Director, Tribal Group said:
“This is an exciting project for Tribal, we’re thrilled to be awarded this contract and to have been given the opportunity to work with the largest and leading public sector university in Malaysia. Tribal’s student management system will enable the University to deliver a greater level of student experience, engagement and outcomes.”
Professor Dr Faisal Rafiq Mahamd Adikan, DVC Development of University of Malaya said:
“We are very pleased to be working with Tribal Group on this project. After an extensive procurement and selection process we are confident that SITS:Vision is by far the most functionally rich product available to Higher Education institutions. This fact coupled with the experienced implementation personnel has University of Malaya very excited about the final solution. We believe this system will improve our applicant and student experience by enabling them to more seamlessly engage with the University.“