ESM first eProcurement provider to connect with Ellucian on new technology platform
Ellucian Ethos helps campuses update enterprise systems
ESM is leading the way in spend management automation with the integration of its solutions with Ellucian Ethos, a new groundbreaking technology platform that offers a single, open and extensible architecture to support modernization and innovation on college campuses.
ESM is the first eProcurement provider and among the very first tech companies worldwide to connect its own platform with Ethos. Developed by Ellucian, a leading maker of higher education software, Ethos uses real-time APIs to provide seamless and constant visibility, control and management of electronic purchases.
ESM customers have always been able to integrate their ERP, including Colleague by Ellucian and Banner Finance by Ellucian, with ESM’s spend management solutions.
On the front end, ESM’s tools offer organizations full visibility, control and automation of eProcurement, sourcing, contract management and supplier management. On the back end, ESM users have enjoyed complete integration with Banner, Colleague or other financial systems of record.
Now, with Ellucian Ethos integration, users are enjoying a streamlined approach that ensures that data flows seamlessly between systems and applications. Other benefits of Ellucian Ethos include real-time updates; streamlined workflows across functions; and a rich and connected ecosystem of solutions and partners.
The Higher Colleges of Technology, one of the largest higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates, recently began deploying ESM’s full suite of procurement, sourcing and contract management tools with Ellucian Ethos integration.
“We know that ESM’s customers in higher education aren’t using our solutions in a bubble. Our spend management tools are part of a much bigger technology plan,” ESM CEO Anthony Rotoli said. “We’re proud partner with Ellucian on this important new platform and are excited to be part of the Ellucian Ethos ecosystem.”