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"We are an Auxiliary department," said Craig Howard, WSU's Director of Administrative Services Information Systems. "We're not thinking just about dining or just about the card office. We wanted an inclusive app for student affairs, and that's the vision we see with GET™."
After a decades-long hiatus, the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation reintroduced the Poly Trolley food truck in May of 2013. The foundation had realized areas of campus were being underserved and decided on a fully mobile food truck to address the dining demand. The truck has returned to campus redesigned and refurbished with the latest technology, allowing for speed of service, accessibility, and a revolutionary campus dining experience.
The University at Albany in New York (UAlbany) places student engagement and satisfaction at the heart of its Auxiliary Services, and its SUNYCard is a powerful tool in delivering these values. The University recently rolled out online photo upload through CBORD's GET platform, and even set up "selfie stations" in orientation residence halls to make the process easy and fun.
When Montana State University Billings wanted to improve security in its residence halls, the IT team knew it was time to move away from its legacy, standalone software systems. Read on to learn what made CBORD's new Avail™ hosted access control solution the perfect fit for this long-time Odyssey PCS™ user.
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Kathy Gallagher's dedication to innovation and customer service extends beyond Villanova's students, faculty, and staff to include parents, community merchants, and even other universities.
Mercy Health successfully implemented both Nutrition Service Suite® and Odyssey PCS™ cashless solutions across the hospital network. In addition, the team implemented Room Service Choice® at 19 facilities and is now able to use one consolidated call center to take patient meal orders from hospitals across the state.
University at Buffalo Auxiliary Services is committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with the latest in campus card technology—including using Mobile ID to enhance customer service and convenience.
Learn how Rob Thayer, Manager of the ClipperCard program at Salem State University led the charge in making on- and off-campus commerce more convenient for students, staff, and merchants. Thayer has frequently partnered with CBORD to test new features and solutions, providing insightful feedback that has resulted in better solutions for his own institution as well as others. Through his work with CBORD’s Odyssey PCS, UGryd, and GET™ solutions, he has expanded services at Salem State to offer students one-card convenience on campus, off campus, and even on their smartphones.
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