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18 Jul, 2019

NetSuite edERP, a vibrant ERP choice for Education Industry

NetSuite edERP, a vibrant ERP choice for Education Industry

In today’s competitive world, NetSuite introduces a lot of possibilities that can support various industries. Education – The process of learning or acquisition of knowledge and skills. Since early times, education shaped the history of humanity. NetSuite enterprise resource planning – the number one ERP solution that supports the functionalities of the education industry… It transforms the education industry to be digital and operates based on how it serves to its clients.

Educational organizations can make use of the business management solutions of NetSuite to optimize their operations.

The product features:

    • Financials
    • Budgeting
    • CRM
    • Fundraising
    • E-commerce
    • Reporting
    • Global

Netsuite edERP:

    NetSuite edERP – a complete school management solution that helps to manage all aspects of schools or universities in their finances, budgets, enrollment, student record, admission and transcript information.

Benefits of edERP:

    1. Student admission management
    2. Course administrator
    3. Course management
    4. Fee management
    5. Donor management

Industrial functions

    Education industry supports the following industrial functions.

    1. Financial planning and management
    2. Human resources planning and management
    3. Governance and accountability

    Financial planning and management include budget development-capital or investment, recurrent or operational, budget allocation, fees settings, setting criteria for scholarships and fee collection and salary dispersion.

    Budget allocation to services and activities within an organisation:

    • It includes the budget for extra-curricular events like arts day and sports day.
    • If any scholarships are provided for the students, then it should also be included in the budget.
    • Budget allocation for the canteen.

    Setting fees:

    • Decide the fees structure for each sector
    • If any extra coaching or service is provided (which is not free of cost), then budget should be allocated.

Human resources planning and management in Education industryHuman resources planning and management in Education industry

Human resources planning and management in Education industry

    • Deciding the number and type of staff required for academic and non-academic level
    • Hiring, training and firing staff
    • Setting staff salaries and allowances
    • Performance assessment of teaching staff in the organization
    • Faculty development programmes
    • Setting and awarding staff incentives – financial

Governance and accountability

    Conducting examinations at regular intervals:

    • Formation of the examination committee
    • Scheduling the timetable
    • Preparing question paper
    • Deciding  exam centres
    • Examination application