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   1.Business Analytics: Services: Implementation services for the IBM Academic Performance and Insights solution 
 The IBM Academic and Performance Insights (IAPI) Solution Implementation Service provides technical expertise to implement an educational data warehouse 
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   2.Business Analytics: Training: Focusing on achievement: IBM Academic Performance and Insights 
 IAPI helps educational institutions take advantage of advanced analytics capabilities and assists educators at all levels work with consistent, timely and secure data. Computer-based training modules are included in the solution to develop technical user ... 
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   3.Data and analytics for Smarter Education Putting data to work for the lifelong learner 
 State education departments are finding that evaluating their programs for the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program and other stakeholders requires extensive data collection and reporting. And they must integrate this information with that of other... 
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   4.Framework for smarter education from IBM 
 Provides comprehensive tools, analytics, services and systems to help improve educational outcomes by aligning student achievement with teacher accountability while driving transparency to key stakeholders 
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   5.Campus solutions for higher education 
 Campus solutions for higher education from IBM can help improve outcomes, find efficiencies and better manage data and IT resources. 
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   6.Enterprise risk management for higher education 
 The enterprise risk management (ERM) for higher education solution from IBM is a framework designed to identify, track and evaluate potential risks to your organization and help facilitate an appropriate risk response strategy. 
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