Data Analytics Solution for Higher Education (DASH)
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Baker Tilly’s data analytics solution for higher education
DASH delivers an interactive dashboard for decision makers to leverage institution and industry performance metrics and perform real-time analytics to identify challenges and opportunities and make effective shifts to be fiscally resilient. DASH also offers custom benchmarking capabilities to allow for comparisons at your fingertips.
DASH is designed with higher education’s unique needs and priorities top of mind. We built its intuitive interface and analytical engine based on a wealth of industry knowledge gained from thousands of college and university projects and incorporating data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
Our higher education industry specialists have a broad and deep understanding of student and institutional data and operations. We understand the fiscal challenges colleges and universities face and can help bring data-driven, innovative solutions and strategic opportunities to your institution using DASH.
DASH helps institutional leaders and boards gain real-time insight and save time and energy collecting information. By providing the necessary data to drive change in one platform with multiple dashboards specifically designed for higher education, institutional leaders can spot relevant trends and opportunities with ease.
With DASH, you can confidently make informed decisions on strategic, financial and operational drivers affecting your programs, departments and campuses.
Source: Inside Higher Ed, 2020 Survey of College and University Business Officers
Data analytics in higher education can significantly transform how leaders evaluate processes, create efficiencies and enhance the student experience. DASH helps users quickly and effectively access and visualize data to make timely, strategic and well-informed decisions.Amanda Shanaberger, Senior Manager, Higher Education Practice, Baker Tilly
Now, more than ever, it's crucial for higher education institutions to be resilient.