Generally speaking, the phrase “data integration project” probably doesn’t fill most people, whether in IT offices or admissions offices, with joy. However, it’s different when you work with Liaison. Unlike our competitors, we don’t just deliver software and exit the picture. Thanks to our expertise and ongoing dedication to delivering unparalleled service, the short- and long-term benefits of a Liaison data integration initiative make life easier for everyone, from IT specialists, to admissions teams, administrators and applicants alike.
At Baylor University, integrating Liaison’s EngineeringCAS™ — the only Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for graduate engineering programs — enhanced not only the engineering program’s application experience, but also the collaboration and admissions processes of several other departments across campus. The lessons learned by everyone involved highlight the benefits of embracing new technology, services and partnerships.
By the time Baylor joined EngineeringCAS, the Waco, Texas-based research institution already had several other discipline-specific CASs on its campus, including those used by its physical therapy and public health programs. Why? Because even though each of Baylor’s programs serve different types of students and professions, they all came to the conclusion that the application technology and marketing benefits provided by a CAS offer the most effective way for applicants and admissions offices to discover and interact with each other.