University of Southampton choose IBM Cognos TM1 for Student Planning

University of Southampton choose Simpson Associates to implement a Student Planning Application using IBM Cognos TM1.

Simpson Associates has been commissioned by University of Southampton to implement a Student Planning Application using IBM Cognos TM1.

“With strong recommendations from the University of Nottingham, we chose to contact Simpson Associates regarding our Student Planning process. As a result of meeting them we are confident that together, we can realise the benefits of reconstructing our student planning process using IBM Cognos TM1. We look forward to a successful outcome."

Sophie Dibben, Head of Planning, University of Southampton

“Our strong portfolio of work with Higher Education institutions has already demonstrated our knowledge and expertise in the sector. It is always appreciated when those strengths are commended by our customers.

The University of Southampton recognised the benefits of a Student Planning Application and we are delighted they have chosen us to help implement it.”

Samantha Boulton, Higher Education Business Development Manager

Simpson Associates are a software and services consultancy specialising in delivering budgeting, reporting, forecasting and business planning solutions built on IBM Planning Analytics (formally known as IBM Cognos TM1), and the IBM Cognos suite. With clients including The University of Oxford, Symington’s, Holman Fenwick Willan and Nottingham Trent University we have the experience and expertise to help you discover, implement and adopt the technology.

Find out more about of Cognos Planning Consultancy Services here or contact us to book a demonstration.

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