You may have heard of ctcLink, but what exactly is it? ctcLink is the implementation of a new, integrated technology foundation that will provide modern online services—anytime, anywhere—to all students, faculty and staff of Washington’s community and technical colleges.
Called Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP, ctcLink will replace the CTCs aging legacy systems—such as the current Financial Management System (FMS), Student Management System (SMS) and Personnel/Payroll Management System (PPMS)—with a set of interconnected software modules to help the CTC system streamline and standardize the way colleges do business today.
A major milestone was reached this week on the ctcLink Project with the release of the Request for Proposals. Additionally, Tacoma Community College and the Community Colleges of Spokane were selected as the FirstLink (pilot) colleges.
Some of you may be more familiar with the ctcLink project than others but, now everyone can keep up on the latest news about ctcLink with the ctcLink Project Team’s new blog, ctcLinkCONNECT.
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