Conference Tracks

We are proud to announce new groupings this year that will better align with the Higher Education industry. Take a few minutes to review and identify the appropriate track(s) for you!  If you have track-specific questions, please reach out to your specific regional representative.

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AI and Analytics

This refers to the use of data, statistical analysis, and explanatory and predictive models/dashboards with the use of AI to gain insight and act on complex issues facing higher education.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Improving business processes and outcomes across the full higher education lifecycle via knowledge-sharing and best practice modeling between institutions, colleagues, and vendors.

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Emerging Technologies

This refers to the use of the latest technologies to complement the traditional ERP to achieve automation, covering Robotic Process Automation tool, data blending tool, AI-enabled chatbots, ePayment solution, low code development platform, blockcerts, API management tool, etc..


Consisting of the combination of Grants, Contracts & Billing, Procurement to Pay, General Ledger, and Budget groups.

Human Capital Management (HCM)

Helping build your workforce with actionable insights, collaborative support on tools, and attract/retain the best talent with the backing of our membership.

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Leading Change

Topics that outline development throughout Higher Education. Tell us about how you are leading the change in our industry. Here are a few ideas to get the wheels spinning: remote work, diversity and inclusion, and career/professional development.

Project & Change Management (PCM)

Promoting the sharing of information, tools, and resources that highlight best practices in the above topics from member institutions worldwide.

Research Management

Promoting the information and common opportunities that are shared among the higher education systems. Join us to exchange research results and take part in the ongoing discussion between experts.

Student Information System (SIS)

Today more than ever we need to work collaboratively with our peers from other business areas. The Student Information System track focuses on a variety of topics related to Academic Advising, Admissions, Campus Community, Financial Aid, Student Financials, and Student Records.

Technical & Reporting

Enabling members to meet and exceed institution expectations by empowering them with consistent, accurate, and actionable information on the latest technology applications.


Providing advice and guidance on the technology underpinning the software applications used by the Higher Education community.