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Data Cookbook Survives Winter Storm Juno

A number of our clients on the eastern seaboard were closed due to the weather, but clients elsewhere picked up the slack. By volume, Tuesda ...

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8 Steps to Start Using the Data Cookbook

1. Identify the policies and/or programs that the data systems should be able to support and the associated types of questions the group is ...

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Happy New Year from the Data Cookbook

Happy New Year to all our clients, and a special welcome to 2015 to our new clients! Here's a list of new members of the Data Cookbook famil ...

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Ellucian Live 2015 - submit a session idea now

The time is now!  The Data Cookbook is in use by about 90 schools across the Banner and Colleague client base of Ellucian.  Its time for s ...

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What are people saying about us?

  • The Data Cookbook continues to facilitate communication between core groups across campus and boosts the quality of our reports. The support team is friendly and understands higher education.

    Christina White, Portland State University
  • "The Data Cookbook will decrease the amount of time to create a report and will streamline the reporting process."

    Dr. Edward Hale, Georgia College & State University
  • "Once you have the data definitions defined, it’s much easier to wrap your head around everything."

    Tony Herrera, Rock Valley College
  • "We now have a higher level of clarity for making decisions for Davenport, and we can feel comfortable in those decisions."

    Brian Miller, CIO, Davenport University
  • "It would help everyone get on the same page."

    Baron Wolf, Kentucky College & Technical System, quoted in Dean & Provost Magazine
  • "The Data Cookbook made a very large and potentially insurmountable task much easier. I don’t think we would have been able to meet the objective of this project if we didn’t have this tool."

    Kerri Chapman, University of Richmond
  • "The Data Cookbook was one of those things you could just jump into right away."

    Eric Weigel, Bellevue University