University of California Santa Cruz Extension Selects New Enterprise Business System: Destiny OneCE™
Cupertino, CA – October 6, 2003
The Continuing Education division of The University of California Santa Cruz has selected Destiny OneCE™ as the technology platform enabling the operations of UCSC Extension.
Destiny OneCE unites staff, instructors and students in one seamless process for course & instructor information, marketing, registration, billing, and related services.
Tens of thousands of Silicon Valley and Central Coast residents call UCSC Extension their home for continuing education, and now they will be able to obtain accurate and timely information on demand through a standard web browser.
According to Destiny Solutions CEO, Shaul Kuper, “Destiny OneCE replaces a multitude of disparate systems, allowing a more efficient operation, while delivering up-to-the-second customer information, providing the school with the tools and information it needs to pro-actively market and serve new customers.
“UCSC Extension followed an extensive search and rigorous evaluation process, and we are thrilled that they chose Destiny OneCE” says Kuper. “Implementation of our system is well under way, and we are working closely with the staff in order to provide the school with substantial operating efficiencies and the tools to help it grow.”
For more about UCSC Extension, please visit www.ucsc-extension.edu
About Destiny Solutions
Destiny Solutions develops software to forge, manage and cultivate lifelong learning relationships. The company is revolutionizing continuing education and workforce development by providing next generation intelligence for the new knowledge economy.
Destiny OneCE™ is an education management platform that extends campus systems to empower and engage continuing education and workforce development. It extends campus systems by creating a two-way flow of information, connecting conventional education software systems with the unique business and learning requirements of continuing education and workforce development.