|By Marketwired .||
|August 27, 2014 02:02 PM EDT||
ST. LOUIS, MO--(Marketwired - August 27, 2014) - The University of Dubai, a leading university in the United Arab Emirates that offers internationally accredited degree programs, has selected Three Rivers Systems' CAMS Enterprise as its new enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Located in the center of Dubai, the University of Dubai has achieved international distinction for its Business Administration and Computing and Information Systems programs, and draws talented students and faculty from around the world.
According to Dr. Eesa M. Bastaki, the President of the University, "Our institution is in the midst of a strategic plan that includes building a state-of-the-art campus and aligning with leading companies to become a training center for technology innovation. We realized that the limitations of our current ERP system were not able to support our broader vision, so we started looking at alternative solutions. We ultimately chose CAMS Enterprise because it provided end-to-end functionality, was the easiest to use, and could be managed with fewer IT resources. It was an integrated solution that fully supports our long-term mission for growth and efficiency."
Amir Tajkarimi, Founder and President of Three Rivers Systems, welcomed the University of Dubai to the CAMS Community. "The University of Dubai offers an extraordinary variety of business and IT programs and is unique among leading institutions of learning in the region. The university has matched the growth of the United Arab Emirates and has formed a close bond with the region's business community. With a strong vision and experienced leadership, the future holds even greater promise for the institution. We're honored that the University of Dubai has selected Three Rivers Systems to be its higher education software partner."
About Three Rivers Systems, Inc.
Three Rivers Systems, Inc. is the only privately-held, independent provider of ERP software focused solely on higher education. Its ERP solution, CAMS Enterprise, liberates colleges and universities from the administrative labyrinth of complicated software systems. It is an easy-to-use, totally integrated academic management system with everything in one place to manage the entire student lifecycle -- admissions, registration, billing, financial aid, student services, fundraising, and fiscal management with HR and payroll. The company has focused on innovation and service to its worldwide customers for more than 25 years from its St. Louis headquarters.
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