Evisions Launches CADMUS: A SaaS-based Higher Ed Data Access Solution for Non-technical Users



IRVINE, Calif. – March 5, 2020 – Evisions, a leading provider of higher education solutions, adds to their portfolio with CADMUS, a cloud-based data access tool designed for every end user. CADMUS empowers non-technical users with access to the data they require, while freeing up technology staff to focus on other initiatives. It provides powerful, simple data access capability for clients new to Evisions, as well as powerful, simple extensibility and organizational reach for existing Evisions Argos clients.

“With CADMUS, Evisions has provided a simple yet powerful tool,” states Allen Taylor, director of technology & campus services at Lehigh University. “It gives our novice users opportunity and autonomy to generate actionable insights based on data that is specific to their department’s needs without submitting a ‘data request’ to my office. Personally, I cannot wait to show users on my campus how easy it is to drag and drop data collections together in CADMUS to create new reports and see what novel insights develop across campus.”

CADMUS is the latest example of Evisions’ dedication to investing in innovative solutions sought by higher education. Built on the AWS platform, it reduces the challenges stemming from disjointed data by consolidating that data into collections. CADMUS allows users to define, import, combine, and save data from multiple sources, making data collections and reports readily available to end users. For those already using Evisions Argos as their reporting solution, CADMUS complements Argos with the ability to import data directly from existing DataBlocks.

“CADMUS provides our customers significant extensibility by leveraging the technical investments they’ve made over the years, and provides new customers with a cloud-native data access tool purpose built for Higher Ed that can be leveraged across campus and data sources,” says Peter Wilbur, manager, product management at Evisions. “We can’t wait to get this into the hands of higher education.”


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