ASR Presenting on Driving Meaningful Change Using a Comprehensive Data Platform at HEDW Conference in Ann Arbor

Apr 12, 2019

ASR is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum (HEDW) annual conference, hosted by the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on April 14-17. Lennox Hardin and Scott Flory will represent ASR, discussing our Student Success Analytics (SSA) solution and presenting "Driving Meaningful Change Using a Comprehensive Data Platform" with the County College of Morris (CCM).

In this session, Anthony Spagnuolo (CCM), Michael Arabitg (CCM), and Scott Flory (ASR) will share how CCM worked with ASR Analytics to develop a comprehensive longitudinal data platform. This platform will allow for the implementation of institutional-level metrics to support strategic decisions as well as operational reporting. Decision makers will now have data available to make better decisions and support strategic plan analysis. This will free up staff to perform high-value analysis and exploration using the same platform, which will lead to insightful discoveries and meaningful change initiatives. Come hear how CCM has been taking strides toward meaningful change.

About HEDW:

The Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum is a network of higher education representatives dedicated to sharing knowledge about data management, best practices, data warehousing designs, institutional reporting strategies and more. HEDW members are technical developers, data access and reporting systems administrators, data custodians, institutional researchers and consumers of data representing a variety of internal university audiences. The conference includes two and a half days of sessions and events. Typical conference topics include data governance, BI strategy, data-informed culture, data quality, metadata and data definitions, data modeling, and project and program management, among other topics.

About CCM:

Located on 222 acres of rolling terrain in Randolph, County College of Morris (CCM) has been meeting the educational and training needs of residents and businesses in Morris County for 50 years. The college first opened its doors to students in 1968 after Henderson Hall, the first building on campus, was completed. The first class consisted of 592 full-time and 703 part-time students. Enrollment grew quickly and now CCM graduates more than 1,000 students each year.

About ASR:
ASR Analytics, LLC (ASR) is a GSA-certified small business that provides analytic consulting services to clients in the public and private sectors. Founded in 2004, ASR has quickly developed a reputation for thought leadership in the business intelligence (BI) and policy research community, by helping our clients to make better decisions through the integration, validation, and analysis of their operational data. ASR's staff includes PhD economists and statisticians, as well as experienced analytics programmers, BI implementation specialists, and data warehouse developers. ASR has leveraged these capabilities to deliver outstanding results for clients across the government and higher education markets, in particular serving two-year and four-year as well as public and private institutions.