Charles Sturt University selected InPlace and promptly rolled out university-wide across all campuses which are located throughout regional New South Wales. Unifying team members and having visibility across all work-integrated learning placements was of paramount importance.
The deployment was completed in 12 months.
Mark Westerman, WPL Systems Manager, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor noted, “As Project Manager of the deployment, I worked with CSU staff and the Quantum business consulting team to roll out the solution across 30 disciplines in 8 campuses in regional NSW over a 12 month period.
The flexibility of InPlace that enables it to handle multiple placement models used by the disciplines was a key factor in the selection and was proven by the efficiency of the rollout and the functionality available in the product to support of all of the university’s schools doing work placements.
The knowledge and commitment shown by the Quantum team to the project was outstanding and we used their expertise throughout for support with system configuration, user training, and business process redesign.
Our business users are getting great value from the product and have been very impressed by the responsiveness of the product vendor in the delivery of new functionality and addressing issues that arose during the deployment project.
The time savings being made across the university through the use of InPlace have enabled our staff to do their jobs properly.
It is no surprise to us that InPlace is being adopted by Australian and international universities at such a rapid rate.”