One platform — any channel
campusM gives users access to all of the systems and information they need, whatever device they are using. Native iOS and Android mobile apps give them access on-the-go via their smartphone or tablet while the fully responsive portal provides an exceptional laptop experience.
Flexible integration platform
In depth integration with Student Information Systems (like Banner, PeopleSoft and SITS), Learning Management Systems (such as Canvas and Moodle) and Library Management Systems (Alma and Primo, among others) as well as many other integration possibilities ensure the best possible user experience for students and other members of the college community.
Single app for all campus users
Using built-in profiles and roles, campusM apps allow you to provide targeted services for everyone on- or off-campus. Whether you are engaging prospects, applicants, enrolled students, faculty, alumni or the wider community, your users will receive exactly the information they need when they need it.
campusM is dedicated to research and development, working with partners and following market trends to bring new technologies and practices to the higher education market. From iBeacons to home screen personalization, campusM’s monthly update release cycle and automatic app updates ensure that your app can take advantage of the latest innovations.
campusM’s role-based administration interface is simple to use but has powerful features to keep you in charge of your app. The App Builder displays a preview of how your app will look on a variety of devices and for different groups, and with role-based access, departments can create their own content while maintaining brand consistency across the app.
campusM comes with built-in enterprise level analytics so that you can see the impact your app is having – how your users are accessing it, the top pages they are looking at, and any new registrations. The analytics platform allows you to create your own analysis, reports, and dashboard, as well as share and enjoy reports created by the campusM community.