The University of the West Indies and the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business is awarded $100,000 grant by Campus Consortium to implement Single Sign-On and Self-Service Password Manager solutions on campus

Chicago, September 10, 2019: Campus Consortium, a leading non-profit education association working with a mission to help higher education institutions throughout the globe to reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services, announces $100,000 grant award to Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business. The Campus Consortium Single Sign-On and Self-Service Password Manager Grant will enable the institution to implement these solutions at their campus to assist students with the tedious task of remembering numerous logins & password and allow them to reset their password effortlessly.

Fayola Nicholas, Director – Advancement & Alumni Relations at Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business said, “Our institution requires advanced technological capabilities in terms of hardware and software that supports online delivery and seamless access. With the deployment of the self-service password reset option, the school would take a step forward in achieving its goal and improving the technology offering in the Caribbean region. The Self-Service Password Manager Grant will help the institution meet our strategic purpose; promoting technological innovation and IT Governance as a means of synchronizing existing and emerging technologies, for enhanced learning of future leaders.”

The implementation of the Single Sign-On and Self-Service Password Manager solution with the support of the Campus Consortium Grants will act as a respite for students. These grants will offset the licensing, hosting, professional services, and support costs associated with the implementation of these solutions.

“We at Campus Consortium are glad to award this grant to Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business. We are sure that the implementation of these solutions will make student and faculty experience better, along with tightening security parameters”, said John Wannemacher, Executive Director of Campus Consortium.

To learn more about Campus Consortium and apply for open Campus Consortium Technology Grants, please visit campusconsortium.org/grant-programs

About Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business

The Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business (Lok Jack GSB) was established in 1989, as a collaboration between The University of the West Indies and the private sector. By July 2005, the UWI- Lok Jack GSB opened the doors to its state of art facility, located in Mt. Hope, Trinidad and Tobago. The Business School continues to be committed to providing the best leadership and management education available in the Caribbean by offering internationally recognized MBA programmes, which are accredited by the Association of MBA’s (AMBA) in the UK. The Business School also has five Research Centres: the Centre for Competitiveness; the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; the Centre for Corporate Responsibility; the Centre for Business Analytics and Intelligence and the Leadership Institute. For more information, please visit https://www.lokjackgsb.edu.tt/

About Campus Consortium

Founded in 2003, Campus Consortium is a leading non-profit education association with thousands of higher education institutions and K-12 school district members. The Campus Consortium mission is to help members reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned, and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel when adopting new education technologies. To know more about Campus Consortium, please visit CampusConsortium.org or write to our Communication Expert, Lilly Berkley at Lilly.berkley@campusconsortium.org.

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