Higher Education Webinars

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Upgrade and Optimize CS Gold This Summer

Are you ready for a change? Summer 2018 is an optimal time for your campus to consider an upgrade. CBORD Professional Services is offering more opportunities than ever for you to take your solutions to the next level. Whether you’re looking to improve the security and scalability of your CS Gold system, or adopt new

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Modernize your res hall access

Modernize Your Residence Hall Access Control

Do you want to make your residence halls safer? Are you looking for a way to increase student satisfaction with more convenient, technologically advanced access? Watch our webinar on how to upgrade your building access and security with CBORD. Our system was built for colleges and universities, and integrates seamlessly with your card system and

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Food on the Go with CBORD and Appetize

Recording coming soon! Food trucks and mobile food stations are a growing trend on college campuses. Students want convenient, casual dining options that work with their busy schedules, and your food service operations must adapt to non-traditional venues. Join our webinar and learn how you can take the hassle out of managing mobile transactions. Scott

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Mobile Inventory: Work Where the Work Is

CBORD® Mobile Inventory™ is the next generation of inventory management software, designed to simplify workflows by letting people work where the work is. It connects securely to core CBORD systems such as Foodservice Suite®, NetMenu®, and CBORD Fusion™, eliminating the need for paper inventory counts and ensuring accuracy, efficiency, and data integrity. This is a

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Reimagine Point of Sale with Appetize

Appetize, a point of sale solution, is transforming how organizations manage and process customer transactions at scale, making it easy to start small and grow as needed. CBORD has partnered with Appetize to provide customers with an affordable, dynamic, and modern POS system to reimagine the way retail operates. This webinar gives an overview of

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What Am I Eating? Leveraging Technology for Nutritional Communication

Today’s consumers are becoming more conscious of where, how, and by whom their food is grown, processed, and distributed. They are looking for specific ingredients, calorie counts, and allergens when making food choices and want to know which selections might be organic, locally-sourced, or genetically-modified. Foodservice teams need a way to provide this level of

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Small Steps and Giant Leaps: Moving from an Offline to an Online World at UT Arlington

This webinar describes the The University of Texas at Arlington's vision to upgrade access control across campus with a systematic approach, replacing offline locks with online versions. Administrators from UT Arlington share lessons from the experience of managing a budget-conscious incremental installation, responding to the needs and requests of each department as they arise, explaining

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Reenvisioning Your Card Program: It’s Time to Go Mobile

Odyssey’s revamped AdminWeb makes it easier than ever to take your card office with you wherever you go. With user-defined dashboards and the flexibility of a web application, Odyssey customers are able to serve their cardholders and business owners with a variety of new conveniences. Join us for a 45 minute webinar on the operational

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Waste Not, Want Not: A Guide to Food Recovery and Reducing Food Waste

This webinar will provide an overview of how to improve food production operations on campus to increase efficiency and reduce waste. Cathy Ness, National Account Manager at CBORD, and Joie Schoonover, Principal Consulting Management of Rippe Associates, will share their years of experience offering best practices and practical tips to reduce food waste in dining

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Educating Interdepartmentally: Making the Case for CS Gold Version 7 Upgrade

Texas Christian University’s CS Gold Version 7 Upgrade Representatives from the ID Center at Texas Christian University will share their story on the process of transitioning from CS Gold 6 to CS Gold 7, how the program fit the specific needs of their campus, and how they were able to convince the university’s leadership that

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