Chris writes, "Imagine running the University of Wyoming, the 14,000-student, flagship university of a state hit hard economically by the slump in oil, natural gas, and coal prices. State budgets supporting the university are tight, including a $41 million cut in its two-year block grant.
Now imagine, amid these lean budgets, committing to the school's largest investment in information systems in nearly 20 years, replacing systems for financials, procurement, human resources, reporting, and more.
Why make such an investment in supposedly 'back office' technology when money is tight?..."
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