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Tambellini Group 2010 SIS Market Report Reveals Trends and Leaders

March 4, 2011

The Tambellini Group (TTG) has just published a new research report: “2010 Student Information Systems: U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Insights and Trends.” In the paper, TTG analyzes and reveals data on SIS purchases made by U.S. higher education institutions in 2008 and 2009. The report focuses on top vendors Campus Management, Datatel, Jenzabar, Oracle and SunGard Higher Education. SunGard Higher Education remains the overall market share leader, and new comer TopSchool was added to the review this year.

Irvington, VA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 03, 2011

The Tambellini Group (TTG), the world’s leading research and advisory firm for higher education executives, announces the availability of its annual research report: “2010 Student Information Systems: U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Insights and Trends.” Student information systems (SIS) include capabilities for enrollment, admissions, student billing, registration, grades, transcripts, academic advising, and student services.

In the paper, TTG analyzes and reveals data on SIS purchases made by U.S. higher education institutions in 2008 and 2009. The report focuses on the top vendors contracted by institutions in 2008 and 2009 with emphasis on 2009 data. Data is broken down both by institution size and institution type and shows which vendors captured which segments of the market in 2008 and in 2009.

According to the report, in 2009 approximately 114 U.S. higher education institutions, defined as individual campuses, selected a new SIS from a top-tier higher education software vendor. The top-tier vendors analyzed were Campus Management, Datatel, Jenzabar, Oracle PeopleSoft, SunGard Higher Education, and Top School.

Says TTG President Vicki Tambellini, “SunGard Higher Education remains the overall market share leader with 29% market share. Campus Management follows with 20% overall market share. SunGard Higher Education SIS products were selected most often in 2009, followed by Jenzabar. Higher education institutions are benefitting from the fact that fewer institutions are purchasing new SIS systems. The top vendors are offering very competitive proposals and flexible contracting terms in order to win new business.”

The 2010 report utilizes the full capabilities of the TTG Higher Education Technology Profile DatabaseTM and has expanded information regarding insights and trends, including specific information regarding how each of the Top Vendors are responding to changes in technology and changes in the economy.

Research data for the report was compiled by TTG and includes vendor sales through December 31, 2009. TTG maintains, updates, and delivers the most comprehensive database of institution technology profiles available. The company began tracking this data in 2001 in response to client requests, and today provides data to over 3,500 global organizations and institutions. TTG gathers and maintain data on SIS selections from a variety of sources, including press releases, institution materials (i.e. project websites and presentations), news articles, surveys, interviews, and vendor case studies. TTG data now exists for over 7,900 institutions, with more than 80 data fields and more than 30,000 technology products and vendors.

The full report –”Student Information Systems U.S. Higher Education Market Share, Insights and Trends 2010″ is currently available. If you are a full time higher education employee, you are eligible for the discounted price of $1,495 for a campus-license or $495 for a single user license. If you are a vendor or other non-higher education sole proprietor, the full report is available for $2,495 per single-user license. If you are a vendor or other non-higher education employee requesting unlimited internal access for the report, the unlimited internal user report license is available for $14,995; alternatively, access for up to three named users is available for $8,795.

Please contact becky(dot)rose(at)thetambellinigroup(dot)com to order the report.

About The Tambellini Group

The Tambellini Group, LLC is the world’s leading research and advisory firm for higher education executives. TTG delivers detailed quantitative and qualitative technology research, insight and analysis specifically for education and enables informed decisions based on data. Executive level skills and services include strategic advice for executives, market research, contract negotiations with administrative systems technology vendors and service providers, and published thought leadership on business and technology issues. Specializing in the education technology sector, TTG is led by Vicki Tambellini and is headquartered in Irvington, Virginia.

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Edu1world, LLC, is a Web 2.0 resource and expert network exclusively for higher education CIO’s, professionals, faculty, associations, and vendors, who develop, support and work with technology solutions. It is a community of practice where members from around the world share lessons learned, research best practices and vendor solutions, learn about technology trends, and access the expert content they need to succeed. The edu1world mission is to deliver a state of the art web 2.0 SaaS application that builds transparency between technology vendors and educational institutions and unites the vendor community with the education industry for the benefit of all.

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