For complex organizations, such as higher education institutions, which have a large number of staff, material resources, suppliers and clients, an efficient information system is necessary for quality operations. Taking into account trends in the process of higher education, such as the expectation of students to have access to information and services at faculties, an imperative is to provide a business solution that ensures functionality, productivity and profitability.
UNIS (University Information System) is an integral information system that uses 10 modules to integrate all significant activities related to teaching and other business processes of educational institutions. This system offers business solutions for electronic management of all higher education institutions, thus improving everyday work at faculties and colleges.
Paperwork and queuing in front of information desks are replaced with a quick, simple and efficient communication through a unique information system, which can be accessed, after several mouse clicks, from any computer on the Internet.
Benefits from the implementation of UNIS are threefold: students, teachers and administrative staff are provided comfort, which results in:
- Higher productivity
- Fewer setbacks
- Better work organization
The UNIS structure is modular, and it consists 10 modules:
In addition to aforementioned ERP modules, an integral part of UNIS is also Data Warehouse and a decision-making support system, that is, a business intelligence system.
The information system UNIS is designed in line with contemporary trends of informatization, but in the way that suits the real needs of faculties. It completely meets the following criteria
- Free choice of platform
Users of the innovative information system developed by M&I Systems said that they had got all in one with UNIS.
In their opinion, the system is the most useful when applying for exams, verifying semesters, ordering and downloading certificates and other documents, as well as when checking the schedule of lectures and the results of preliminary and main exams.