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UCISA London November 2019 meeting 

   UCISA London Group 
 

13 November 2019
London



The meeting of the ucisa London Group, supported by LMN, will be held in the afternoon of 13 November 2019 and is open to representatives of London-based ucisa member institutions.

Rather than have one theme, the meeting will cover a variety of topics.

The meeting will be of interest to IT Directors and network managers from FE and HE institutions in London, amongst others.

The event is open to staff from all Full member institutions to attend but booking is required.

Timings will be:

1230   Registration with lunch
1315 Introductions from colleagues and the hosting institution
1330 Azure and Power BI at King’s College London
Richard Salter, Director of Analytics, King’s College London
1400

Pay360 – Improving student experience, and efficiency & security of payments.
Jon Cole, Head of Management Information Services, Morley College and Charlie Smart, Business Applications Manager, University of Hertfordshire

In today’s world, there are an unprecedented number of ways to make and receive payments.  Traditional methods like cheques are reducing on their own, cash is reducing but not at the rate a lot of organisations would like, while payments with phones, apps, cuff links and rings are increasing.  How does a university adapt quickly enough to match their customers’ needs, without costs rising and efficiency falling. Oh, and there is PCI DSS to satisfy along the way too.  University of Hertfordshire and Morley College will talk about some of the moves they have made to keep up with generation Z whilst improving student experience, efficiency and security, without needing to turn to a plethora of different suppliers.

1430 Refreshments
1500    Facilitated discussion session
Bernard Aghedo, ucisa
1530 Session 4
1600 Close

 


 
Event Information
Event: UCISA London November 2019 meeting
Date: 13 November 2019
Venue: London
Book by:  13 November 2019



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