Banner XE Roadmap

Kari Branjord
VP, Product Management
October 9, 2012
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Roadmap Framing and Confidentiality

This information provides a general strategic view of
Ellucian’s anticipated future offerings. The information
in this document is confidential and proprietary to
Ellucian and neither the document nor its contents can
be disclosed to anyone without a written obligation of
confidentiality in place with Ellucian.

The information in this document is not a commitment,
promise or other obligation to deliver any material,
code or functionality, and it should not be relied upon
in making any purchase decision. The document and
its contents are subject to change, without prior
notice, at the sole discretion of Ellucian.
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Transformative
Technology
Major Trends in Higher Education
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Engaging
Students
Accountability
and Outcomes
Global Revenue
Pressures and
Austerity
Education
Access and
Readiness
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Resulting Higher Education Challenges
•  Revenue management: recruitment, retention, fundraising
•  Increasing enrollment, capacity, revenue generation
•  Tuition pressures and affordability
Funding
Pressures
•  Optimizing resources, containing costs
•  Process transparency, agility, improvement
•  Financial visibility, discipline, controls, metrics
Operational
Efficiency
•  Services and tools to keep learners on track
•  Diverse, flexible pathways to learning
•  Improving learning outcomes (retention, completion, etc.)
Student
Success
•  Timely, reliable, useful information for each stakeholder
•  Measuring and documenting performance, outcomes, compliance
•  Data-driven decisions and discovery-based planning
Accountability
•  Faster, more flexible access to information and services
•  Managing and keeping up with pace of technology change
•  Education experiences that set your institution apart
Constituents’
Expectations
•  Cultivating relationships with constituents of all types
•  Partnerships with donors, peer institutions, industry, etc.
•  Shared services, community source, resources, information, best practices
Engaging the
Community
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Introducing Ellucian XE



Ellucian Extensible Ecosystem (XE)
  A vision for how we help institutions thrive during a time of
dynamic change
  An extensible and evolving ecosystem of solutions and services
  An architectural strategy grounded in common principles and
standards
  A portfolio approach that accelerates innovation
  A better way for customers to evolve their technology environments
and protect their investments

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Architecture Evolution Comparison
Oracle
Web Services
Oracle
Forms
Java App
Server
Web Services
UniData
Microsoft
App Server
Microsoft
Power Users
Ap
Power Users
Common Architecture
Extending a Strong Administrative Foundation
Partners
Banner XE Colleague XE PowerCampus XE
Self Service Admin UI
PORTAL / WEB
SharePoint-based Liferay/Luminis
ANALYTICS
MOBILE
API’s / Web Services
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Banner XE

From Horizon to Banner XE
  Ongoing efforts have taken several names, but end result
is forward progression
  2009 new technology framework chosen (Java stack)
  2010 built initial platform/integration and shared vision with
customers
  2011 focus shifted to delivery proof points and more detailed
delivery roadmap
  Banner Student Course Catalog and Student Schedule of Classes
  2012 additional delivery proof points
  Banner Faculty Grade Entry
  Banner Events Management
  Attendance Tracking
  Alpha I Registration (Q4 2012)
  2012 Banner XE roadmap unveiled with 2X investment level
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Higher Education Challenges and Customer
Strategic Priorities
Funding Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student Success
Accountability
Constituents’
Expectations
Engaging the
Community
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Usability
Features /
Functionality
Single Global Product
Configuration
Extensibility
Scalability
Cloud Delivery
Investments in Banner XE Doubling as Result
Usability
Configurability
Features & Functions
Extensibility
Scalability
Off-Premise
Global Product
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Target deliverable: features,
capabilities, architectural
enhancements, etc. Color
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Release Theme: Summary
level description of release
scope or theme
Investment Category:
Helps to group targets for
any release into primary
investment categories:
Example Feature


Confidence Level Legend: See
definitions and disclaimers on
next slide
Information presented here is subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of Ellucian and should not be relied upon in
making any purchase decision
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Confidence Level Definitions
We use the term confidence level to describe the likelihood that the items on the roadmap will be delivered at the dates
shown on the timeline. There are many factors that impact our ability to predict delivery including but not limited to:

•  Customer priorities – Our releases are driven by customer feedback and prioritization. Sometimes the priorities change
due to any number of external factors. At any time, we may change the priorities in any given future release to better
reflect our customers’ interests.
•  Quality Targets – Each of our product releases undergoes a stringent quality assurance process prior to release. Should
a particular capability not meet our quality targets, we may choose to defer that specific capability to a future release or
not complete the development of that capability at all.
•  Design Constraints – In response to customer feedback, we attempt to provide visibility beyond the next product
release. In doing so, we share capabilities that reflect customer requests but have not gone through the technical design
phase. In some cases, the technical design phase will reveal a larger level of effort and dependencies that make the
original timeframe infeasible. Further, the design phase could reveal that the capability is not technically feasible at all or
not cost effective resulting in abandonment of effort.
•  Budget Cycles – For roadmaps that might include visibility beyond the current Ellucian fiscal year budget, all items are
subject to financial progress against goals and the availability of funds for that particular project in future budget cycles.
•  Engineering Forecasting Accuracy – All roadmap items are subject to some level of forecasting accuracy imprecision
resulting in certain functionality pushing out to later releases on a roadmap timeline.

The further out the release date, the higher the likelihood that one or more of these factors will impact the accuracy of our
roadmaps. That is why we clearly indicate less than 100% confidence for our next release even though it may scheduled to
be released in the short-term, and why we use decreasing confidence levels for items that are further out on the roadmap.

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Banner Roadmap
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Jan-Jun Jul-Dec Jan - Jun Jul - Dec Jan - Jun Jul - Dec Jan - Jun Jul - Dec
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Financial Aid
Accounts
Receivable
Location
Management
Faculty Load
General Person
Immunizations
Change
Major/Program
Program &
Course Approvals
Late Withdrawal
Registration
Faculty SS
Academic
History
Transcript
Student
Self Service
Academic
History
Registration
Beta II
Registration
Alpha II
Registration
Beta I
Advising
Self Service
Admissions &
Recruiting Phase 1
Registration
Alpha I
Event
Management
Attendance
Tracking
Petition/exception
Processing
Universal Installer
Release System
Integrated CAS
Page Builder
Add Data Fields
Integrated Github
Repository
Page Configuration/
Customization
Rules Engine
Communications
Manager $$
Configurable
Help
Security Administration
Business Process Manager
Person Model
Admin Form
Replacement
Validation Form
Replacement
Job Submission
Replacement
Platform APIs
Advising Roster
Graduation
Course/section
Class Schedule
Student Info
Submit Grades
Registration
Registration
Related
Student
finance
Transcript
Module
Specific APIs
Domain APIs
Supporting APIs
Self-service Self-service Self-service
Information presented here is subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of Ellucian and should not be relied upon in
making any purchase decision
Self-service
Degree Audit Transfer
Transfer Articulation
Recruitment &
Admissions Phase 2
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Fee
Assessment
Graduation
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Exploring
Registration
Faculty SS
Academic
History
Transcript
Student
Self Service
Academic
History
Registration
Beta II
Registration
Alpha II
Registration
Beta I
Advising
Self Service
Registration
Alpha I
Attendance
Tracking
Universal Installer
Release System
Integrated CAS
Page Builder
Add Data Fields
Integrated Git
Repository
Page Configuration/
Customization
Platform APIs
Advising Roster
Graduation
Course/section
Class Schedule
Student Info
Submit Grades
Registration
Registration
Related
Transcript
Supporting APIs
Self-service Self-service Self-service
Information presented here is subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of Ellucian and should not be relied upon in
making any purchase decision
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•  Registration
•  Academic
History
•  Self-Service
•  Students
•  Faculty
•  Advisors
Banner Student Roadmap Highlights
Highlight Value
Extensibility Framework
Durable modifications, configurations, customizations, and
integrations result in:
  Increased flexibility of the student information system to
meet the unique needs of each institution
  Reduced implementation and support costs
Attendance Tracking
Support the following institutional imperatives:
  Regulatory compliance with student aid and/or homeland
security requirements
  Student success in the classroom
Registration
  Improve student success via engaging the student in the
planning process and easing the friction in the
administrative process
  Enable more flexible academic models
  Increase satisfaction with administrative systems for
students, faculty, and advisors through improved user
experience including tablet support
Advisor Self-Service
  Improve student success through better support for
advisors.
  Enable administrators to better serve their internal
audience.
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Summary
  Banner XE is about evolution
  It’s about evolving the solution and technology platform
to support the needs of institutions for decades to come
  Banner XE is about taking advantage of new
capabilities sooner and with less disruption
  It’s about implementing the functionality you want at
your own pace
  Banner XE is more than a UI uplift
  It’s about delivering the most feature rich and globally
complete solution
Need to work with KB
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Proof Points



Enhanced A/R
Capability
Streamline to
allow/support
decentralized
processing
Scale to
support
Massive Open
On-line
Courses
(MOOCs)
Meet student’s
expectations
for speed
Ability to
support
massive multi-
channel
Comms.
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Iuncnona||ty
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Þroduct
Conhguranon Lxtens|b|||ty Sca|ab|||ty Cñ Þrem|se
Funding
Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student
Services
Accountability
Constituent
Experience
Communication
Collaboration
mods
Registration
eval, Alpha 1

Reduced
phone calls,
support
Admissions
Processes
Rules Engine
Customization
Business
Process Mgmt
Reduced
Git
APIs
Reduced skill
set needed to
support
Performant
Applications
Virtualization
SSO
Financial Aid
Need Analysis
Consolidated
Workflows,
e.g. Event
Mgmt and
FGE
Added SS for
Event
Attendance
Tracking
BPM, automate
processes
Communication
Mgr
Testing scripts
UMN
usability
goals
Link to
planning,
academic
model flexibility
Support for
advisor
persona
Academic
models
Communication
Mgr.
Better
integration with
systems in the
ecosystem
Outcome data
BPM
transparency in
process
KPI in cloud
Future
Proofing
The UI
pyramid
SS — any time,
any where
Appropriate
language
Why APIs
matter, the UI
story
Diversity of
practice =
flexibility
Attendance
Tracking
Comm.
Mgr.
API based
Integrations

Faculty
Grade
Entry
Banner XE Delivers
Class
Schedule
Course
Catalog
Event
Management
9/2011
2/2012
9/2011
Faculty
Grade Entry
1/2012
Attendance
Tracking g
9/7/12
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Faculty Grade
Entry
1/2012
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Attendance
Tracking
9/2012
Events Management
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Events
Management
2/2012
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Course
Catalog
9/2011
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Student
Class Schedule
9/2011


Enhanced A/R
Capability
Streamline to
allow/support
decentralized
processing
Scale to
support
Massive Open
On-line
Courses
(MOOCs)
Meet student’s
expectations
for speed
Ability to
support
massive multi-
channel
Comms.
Usab|||ty
Ieatures]
Iuncnona||ty
S|ng|e G|oba|
Þroduct
Conhguranon Lxtens|b|||ty Sca|ab|||ty Cñ Þrem|se
Funding
Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student
Services
Accountability
Constituent
Experience
Communication
Collaboration
mods
Registration
eval, Alpha 1

Reduced
phone calls,
support
Admissions
Processes
Rules Engine
Customization
Business
Process Mgmt
Reduced
Git
APIs
Reduced skill
set needed to
support
Performant
Applications
Virtualization
SSO
Financial Aid
Need Analysis
Consolidated
Workflows,
e.g. Event
Mgmt and
FGE
Added SS for
Event
Attendance
Tracking
BPM, automate
processes
Communication
Mgr
Testing scripts
UMN
usability
goals
Link to
planning,
academic
model flexibility
Support for
advisor
persona
Academic
models
Communication
Mgr.
Better
integration with
systems in the
ecosystem
Outcome data
BPM
transparency in
process
KPI in cloud
Future
Proofing
The UI
pyramid
SS — any time,
any where
Appropriate
language
Why APIs
matter, the UI
story
Diversity of
practice =
flexibility
Attendance
Tracking
Total Cost
of
Ownership
Comm.
Mgr.
API based
Integrations

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Total Cost of Ownership
Initial
Purchase
Implementa-
tion
End User
Support
Modifica-
tion(s)
Ongoing
Support of
Modifica-
tions
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What Drives The Cost Of Modification?
Initial and
Continued
Expense
Skillset /
Learning
Curve
Recoding
Retesting
e
Monolithic
Upgrades
Initial
Development
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Configuring to Match Your Look and Feel
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Banner ships with defaults . . .
•  Colors, fonts, graphics, etc.
•  Field labels, tab labels, button text, column headers, etc.
•  Easily change availability of a page on menus per persona
•  Data attributes
Non programmers can . . .
•  Change colors, fonts, graphics, etc.
•  Change all text
•  Change access rights
•  Add data attributes (SDE)
You deploy Banner
with . . .
•  Your branding
•  Your terminology
•  Your access rights
•  Your needed data
Your Branding,
Terminology, and
Access Rights
Go Here
Extending Applications to Match Your Business
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Without modifying Ellucian
source code and in the same
development environment as an
Ellucian Banner software
developer, your software
developers can . . .
•  Add attributes to existing tables
•  Add new attributes to the mid-tier
model, including validation logic
•  Add UI components to pages
that access new attributes
•  Add business logic for new
attribute - AOP (Aspect Oriented
Programming)
•  Remove UI components from
pages
And, your code extensions will
survive from release to release
(Note: retesting will be necessary)
Your Extension
Drops in Here
Modifying Applications to Match Your Business
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Your Code Mod
Goes Here
Ellucian makes available to you . . .
•  Source code through a external source code repository
•  Automated test suites with the source code
•  Developer guides and standards on the Commons
Your software developers can
modify Banner source code . . .
•  In the same development
environment as an Ellucian
software developer (Groovy,
Grails, etc.)
•  Using the same source code
repository as Ellucian
•  Using the the same automated
tests as Ellucian
•  Continuously integrating so that
you stay up on the latest version
of Banner while still using your
code modification
Developing Your Additional Applications
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Your software developers can develop additional
applications to match your business needs in exactly the
same development environment as an Ellucian Banner
software developer . . .
•  Using the same development tools (Groovy, Grails, etc.)
•  Using the same development standards
•  Calling the same APIs
•  Calling the same plugins
•  Using the same underlying database technology
•  Using the same test code and testing methodology
Your applications will look and act like
they are part of Banner because . . .
•  They will have the same UI
•  They will be integrated in the same menu
•  They will use the same database
•  They will call the same APIs, plugins,
underlying technology
Your Apps Drop
Right In (Same
Menu, Look and
Feel, APIs, etc.)
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Readily Available and Easily Acquired Skills
  Java has had a place in the
Enterprise for nearly 2 decades
  Open Standards means
transferrable skills
  Your school or one near you likely
teaches these very technologies
  Law of Supply and Demand
indicates that your labor costs will
be controllable
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Banner
Reporting
Banner Constituent
Self-Service
Luminis
Portal
Platform
What are you going to Modify?
Banner
Administration
Choose to
Implement/
Return to
Vanilla
Cognos or
Your reporting
Tool of choice
Invest here!
Extensibility
Platform
HTML, CSS,
JavaScript, and
Your Content
Skills necessary
Oracle Database – PL/SQL
Internet Native
Banner 8
(Admin)

Oracle Forms


Self Service
Banner 8


HTML
CSS
JavaScript
Banner XE


HTML5
CSS
JavaScript
Groovy/Grails
Do Not Modify SkillsTransfer Readily Available Skills
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Banner XE Lowers TCO by
  Improving Usability thus reducing End User
Support Costs
  Decreasing the number of modifications necessary
  Making necessary modifications durable
  Eliminating Monolithic Upgrades
  Simplifying the skills necessary to run your
Enterprise
  Easily acquired
  Reusable across the Enterprise
  Future-proof
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Enhanced A/R
Capability
Streamline to
allow/support
decentralized
processing
Scale to
support
Massive Open
On-line
Courses
(MOOCs)
Meet student’s
expectations
for speed
Ability to
support
massive multi-
channel
Comms.
Usab|||ty
Ieatures]
Iuncnona||ty
S|ng|e G|oba|
Þroduct
Conhguranon Lxtens|b|||ty Sca|ab|||ty Cñ Þrem|se
Funding
Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student
Services
Accountability
Constituent
Experience
Communication
Collaboration
mods
Registration
eval, Alpha 1

Reduced
phone calls,
support
Admissions
Processes
Rules Engine
Customization
Business
Process Mgmt
Reduced
Git
APIs
Reduced skill
set needed to
support
Performant
Applications
Virtualization
SSO
Financial Aid
Need Analysis
Consolidated
Workflows,
e.g. Event
Mgmt and
FGE
Added SS for
Event
Attendance
Tracking
BPM, automate
processes
Communication
Mgr
Testing scripts
UMN
usability
goals
Link to
planning,
academic
model flexibility
Support for
advisor
persona
Academic
models
Communication
Mgr.
Better
integration with
systems in the
ecosystem
Outcome data
BPM
transparency in
process
KPI in cloud
Future
Proofing
The UI
pyramid
SS — any time,
any where
Appropriate
language
Why APIs
matter, the UI
story
Diversity of
practice =
flexibility
Attendance
Tracking
Comm.
Mgr.
API based
Integrations

API’s
How API’s Saved the World



or at least why API’s matter
Green Screens to GUI Green Sccreens to GUI creen Internet Native to Web ve to Web Internet Nativ Nativ
GUI to Internet Native nternet Native ntern Web to Mobile
User Interface Evolution
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Common Architecture
Extending a Strong Administrative Foundation
Partners
Banner XE Colleague XE PowerCampus XE
Self Service Admin UI
PORTAL / WEB
SharePoint-based Liferay/Luminis
ANALYTICS
MOBILE
API’s / Web Services
Future-proofing through API’s
  Communications with
Cloud-based systems
  Durable Integrations
on campus
  Adherence to
standards
  PESC
  IMS
  SPEEDE
  Connections to Social
Networking Apps
  Free the UI
  iPad debuted in 2010!
  Smart TV is here
  What is next?
  Internet Connected
Services
  Sticky Personalization
  Beyond Web 2.0
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Enhanced A/R
Capability
Streamline to
allow/support
decentralized
processing
Scale to
support
Massive Open
On-line
Courses
(MOOCs)
Meet student’s
expectations
for speed
Ability to
support
massive multi-
channel
Comms.
Usab|||ty
Ieatures]
Iuncnona||ty
S|ng|e G|oba|
Þroduct
Conhguranon Lxtens|b|||ty Sca|ab|||ty Cñ Þrem|se
Funding
Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student
Services
Accountability
Constituent
Experience
Communication
Collaboration
mods
Registration
eval, Alpha 1

Reduced
phone calls,
support
Admissions
Processes
Rules Engine
Customization
Business
Process Mgmt
Reduced
Git
APIs
Reduced skill
set needed to
support
Performant
Applications
Virtualization
SSO
Financial Aid
Need Analysis
Consolidated
Workflows,
e.g. Event
Mgmt and
FGE
Added SS for
Event
Attendance
Tracking
BPM, automate
processes
Communication
Mgr
Testing scripts
UMN
usability
goals
Link to
planning,
academic
model flexibility
Support for
advisor
persona
Academic
models
Communication
Mgr.
Better
integration with
systems in the
ecosystem
Outcome data
BPM
transparency in
process
KPI in cloud
Future
Proofing
The UI
pyramid
SS — any time,
any where
Appropriate
language
Why APIs
matter, the UI
story
Diversity of
practice =
flexibility
Attendance
Tracking
Comm.
Mgr.
API based
Integrations

Registration
Banner XE Registration Models
Registration & Advising
  Plan ahead – course or section
  Includes degree audit data
  CAPP
  DegreeWorks
  Other – must write output to our web service
Summary and calendar metaphor
  Block Registration
  Structured blocks of classes defined by each customer
  Structured or Programme Based
  Commonwealth model
  Compulsory modules are prescribed
  Optional and Elective module choice
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Project Overview
  ALPHA I Delivery – 10/22/2012
  Validate the new user design from the student perspective
  ALPHA II Delivery - Q1 2013
  Validate usability and block registration
  BETA I - Q4 2013
  Limited production ready release of the registration process
  Registration, plans, block and structured registration
  Development partners live prior to full general release.
  BETA II - Q1 2014
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Alpha I Objectives
  Insure customers can download and install software
  Have customers and STUDENTS validate Registration
Features around
  Basic Registration 9.0– SS Pages
  Basic Registration 9.0 – Admin Pages
  Platform Plug-ins to support release, UI SS, Banner Core
  Verify tablet usability
  Review end User Documentation DRAFT
  Gather customer feedback and assessment.
  Provide training Web Ex to support Alpha I release.
Meeting the Students’ Needs
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Search Criteria Page: Before

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Search Criteria Page: Gaze Plot

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Search Criteria Page: Revised

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Registration
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Degree Works Plans in Registration Process
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Registration Development Partners


Enhanced A/R
Capability
Streamline to
allow/support
decentralized
processing
Scale to
support
Massive Open
On-line
Courses
(MOOCs)
Meet student’s
expectations
for speed
Ability to
support
massive multi-
channel
Comms.
Usab|||ty
Ieatures]
Iuncnona||ty
S|ng|e G|oba|
Þroduct
Conhguranon Lxtens|b|||ty Sca|ab|||ty Cñ Þrem|se
Funding
Pressures
Operational
Efficiency
Student
Services
Accountability
Constituent
Experience
Communication
Collaboration
mods
Registration
eval, Alpha 1

Reduced
phone calls,
support
Admissions
Processes
Rules Engine
Customization
Business
Process Mgmt
Reduced
Git
APIs
Reduced skill
set needed to
support
Performant
Applications
Virtualization
SSO
Financial Aid
Need Analysis
Consolidated
Workflows,
e.g. Event
Mgmt and
FGE
Added SS for
Event
Attendance
Tracking
BPM, automate
processes
Communication
Mgr
Testing scripts
UMN
usability
goals
Link to
planning,
academic
model flexibility
Support for
advisor
persona
Academic
models
Communication
Mgr.
Better
integration with
systems in the
ecosystem
Outcome data
BPM
transparency in
process
KPI in cloud
Future
Proofing
The UI
pyramid
SS — any time,
any where
Appropriate
language
Why APIs
matter, the UI
story
Diversity of
practice =
flexibility
Attendance
Tracking
Comm.
Mgr.
API based
Integrations

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  Understand Banner XE Architecture
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  Groovy
  Grails
  jQuery and ZK
  Access Commons Resources
  Banner XE Developers Guide
  Banner XE FAQs
  Innovation webinars
  Attend an Ellucian education class
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Preparing for Banner XE
  Catalog your modifications
  Understand the business drivers for the
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  Begin to expose APIs on your own and
build bolt on applications with the
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Preparing for Banner XE
  Ensure you have an ID Management
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  You must use CAS to achieve SSO
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