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MATC faces demand for less paper and more integration

Editors note: This is the first of a series of columns in which Byron Glick will ask Wisconsin CIOs for their views and advice on IT leadership and the challenges they face.

The good news for David Wallace is that 95 percent of his customers want more of what he has to offer. The challenge is to make sure his organization is ready ......

Full article >>> an your work, work your plan approach, he says.

When David arrived, MATC already had a large IT effort with an on-line presence in the MATC Web site, a number of experiments with online education and back-office applications to support all the administrative functions. Putting those all together under a single student-accessible umbrella hadnt happened.

Since his arrival, MATC ha......

Full article >>> ell, he also spends a chunk of his time looking at new technologies such as test-taking and in-class quiz applications designed for IPACs and Palm Pilots. He has strengthened the MATC relationship with Hewlett-Packards higher-education efforts.


MATC, like every other organization, faces many technology challenges in the next decade. The challenges may be as big as moving all the admi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 10/06/04


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