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Destiny Solutions Launches Dashboards to Give Clients Unparalleled Business Intelligence

Destiny One Dashboards, powered by Tableau® give schools access to powerful data visualizations

TORONTO, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Destiny Solutions is excited to announce the launch of Destiny One Dashboards, powered by Tableau®. Colleges and universities using the Destiny One software application to manage their students and programs now have access to many engaging and powerful data visualizations that will allow them to see trends and operate their school's business with data-driven intelligence.

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Student-centricity makes the Destiny One software platform unique, which is critical in today's environment where students have higher expectations than ever before. Unlike other institution-centric platforms, Destiny One puts the student experience first and it allows institutions to engage their learners with world-class customer service.

Already offering an Amazon-like shopping experience, Destiny One Dashboards further empower higher education institutions to engage their learners by putting actionable business intelligence at their fingertips.

Destiny One Dashboard give schools access to data visualizations in the following categories:

  • Curriculum and Offerings
  • Enrollments
  • Financials
  • Applications
  • Student/Group Outcomes
  • Instructors
  • Facilities

Destiny One Dashboards allow leaders to use their school's unique data to view interactive visualizations that staff can use to examine trends and make decisions. Each dashboard gives schools specific insights into their individual operations. For example, there is a dashboard that shows the net enrollment count for a single course section over time with a comparison to other historical sections of the same course, allowing staff to forecast and understand that course's performance relative to previous years. On all dashboards, staff can filter what data is displayed and can drill into any specific data points.

They can then use the information to make crucial operational decisions that allow them to better serve their learners. For example, the chart described above allows school staff to see if it is typical that a course fills up at the last minute, or if it fills up early. This intel facilitates numerous decisions—from how and when to market the course to how to allocate space, from whether it should be cancelled for low enrollment to whether more sections are needed, and much more.

Higher education institutions are always gathering data, but often suffer from data overload. Destiny One Dashboards empower higher education leaders to leverage data in a user-friendly and actionable way.

"Universities and colleges need to focus on engaging their learners and offering them an exceptional customer experience," said Shaul Kuper, president and CEO of Destiny Solutions. "Destiny One Dashboards give schools access to the business intelligence they need to make insightful decisions that put learners first."

About Destiny Solutions

Destiny Solutions provides higher education institutions with innovative technology solutions and a community committed to transformative change in the industry. Destiny One, the firm's flagship software platform, is a student-centric platform built from the ground up for the unique needs of non-traditional students and programs. Destiny One is used by top institutions across the U.S. and Canada to enable the level of business excellence needed to support growth and enhance customer engagement with learners.

For more information, please visit destinysolutions.com

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Rachel Kuper
[email protected] 
4164800500

 

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