Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) May 29, 2015
Vena Solutions, the fastest growing provider of cloud-based corporate performance management (CPM) software, will attend the CEEA conference from May 31st June 3rd at McMaster University.
Vena helps post-secondary institutions across North America take the manual work out of data collection, aggregation and reporting. The award-winning solution combines schools existing Excel models with a central database and workflow engine.
As a result, schools can quickly identify opportunities for curriculum improvement and prepare comprehensive reports that demonstrate their programs and graduates meet the standards of accrediting organizations.
Venas award-winning solution seamlessly connects with any ERP, SIS, HRIS, CMS, and LMS datastore and pulls schools existing financial and assessment data, scorecards and rubrics into a central database.
Vena gives program chairs, evaluators, curriculum committees and visiting accrediting agencies unprecedented access to the story behind the numbers. A comprehensive audit trail and workflow engine make it easy to track data changes at a glance and enforce validation rules. Additionally, historical data and previous template iterations are always available for version comparison and trend analysis.
For more information about Vena for Higher Education, please click here.
Best of all, Venas highly configurable infrastructure can support a range of outcomes-based accreditation reports and processes, including the CEAB, ABET, AACSB, ACBSP and more.
About Vena Solutions:
Vena Solutions has redefined how companies automate their most mission-critical finance, accounting and business processes. Our platform embraces the best of Microsoft Excel, extending and evolving its capabilities to create a next-generation enterprise solution that is powerful yet intuitive. Vena is a first-to-market solution that offers the most comprehensive suite of cloud-based corporate performance management (CPM) capabilities with a quick deployment methodology all without compromising what you love best about Excel.