Enterprise Integration Architecture:
A Foundational Success Factor for Digital Transformation
Higher Education institutions know they need to evolve to improve the student experience and educational outcomes, but they are often held back by poorly integrated IT portfolios. If you missed Jason’s presentation at the CoHEsion conference, you can now watch a recording to learn how integrations can enable your digital transformation.
The increasing complexity and interconnectedness of digital systems on campuses, coupled with the rise in their importance to all areas of education and operations, make it vital that such systems work well together. Traditional point-to-point integrations are expensive to maintain and, as they accumulate, really slow down your ability to make changes. A revamped integration architecture that features flexible tech stacks, API-first solutions, and a data-driven process/workflow, can provide a great foundation for your institution's digital transformation plans. Learn how to kick off or continue your institution's digital transformation via Enterprise Integration Architecture today.
Enterprise Architecture & Digital Integrations
Jason Pyle has over 18 years of experience as a software developer/architect, leading both small and large product development organizations, almost entirely in the higher education domain. He has overseen server-side technology efforts involving integration, data modeling, APIs, SDKs, identity management, and more. Additionally, Jason led a joint effort between front-end development and user experience teams that introduced design systems to an organization. He has a wide array of expertise both leading and building on-premise software and implementing SaaS solutions.
Read more of Jason's thoughts on Enterprise Architecture in his series The Case for Strategic Architecture in Higher Education.