South Leicestershire College is implementing Intuitive Dashboards, from Intuitive Business Intelligence to provide real-time, graphical dashboard views of the College’s performance against their Key Performance Indicators.
Intuitive Dashboards will monitor KPIs in the student lifecycle, including student applications, enrolment and learning outcomes, reporting from the College’s PICs and ProSuite student administration software. In addition, Intuitive Dashboards will provide dramatically-enhanced, visual reporting on the financial position of the College, directly from their Corero financial software. Future implementations will monitor on-programme data including student attendance and punctuality, as well as curriculum efficiency, staff utilisation, absenteeism and staff development from the College’s HR systems.
Suki Rai, Head of Planning, Information and Funding at South Leicestershire College, comments, “We set out to empower our staff with the right tool to give them full control over the information that impacts their faculty or department. We needed an easy-to-use dashboard solution that provides a single point of access to the most relevant information needed for more effective decision-making. Intuitive Dashboards is critical in enabling us to enhance our performance and identify any operational aspects of the College that demand immediate action.”
She continues, “Recent restructuring at the College and cuts to funding in the Further Education market has placed an increasing emphasis ondriving improved efficiencies. By adopting Intuitive Dashboards, we will instantly eliminate hours of staff time spent manually creating management reports. We looked at several dashboard solutions, but the ease of use and simplicity of access to our critical information proved the compelling factors in our selection of Intuitive Dashboards. We were also impressed with the uncomplicated, honest approach demonstrated by Intuitive Business Intelligence; their track record in the Education sector underlines their in-depth understanding of the challenges faced by FE establishments and convinced us that we’d made the right choice.”