Ambassador and Campus Management Extend Longstanding Partnership

Joint Integration Creates Powerful Efficiencies, Easing the Ordering, Processing and Posting of Course Materials Transactions

Ambassador Education Solutions, the innovator in course materials and content integration programs, and Campus Management Corp., a leading provider of enterprise software products and services for higher education, have extended their partnership, streamlining course materials transactions for colleges and their students. The dynamic integration between the two companies syncs student registration information with required course materials, enabling efficient two-way communication, accurate data sharing and expedited processes.

“Our partnership with Campus Management provides students with an easy and accurate way to access their course resources, while giving administrators the power to simplify the management of purchases and delivery,” said Jordan Kaufman, CIO of Ambassador Education Solutions. “The positive feedback we have received from our client institutions was the catalyst for us to extend our working relationship with Campus Management – our clients rely on our integration to keep operations moving smoothly and effectively. We appreciate the drive, innovation and collaboration that Campus Management’s team dedicates to our partnership.”

Ambassador and Campus Management jointly developed CampusLink Ambassador (CLA), which integrates Ambassador’s SourceOne proprietary supply chain management software with Campus Management’s student information system (SIS). Launched in 2007 and now in its third evolution, CLA 3.0 is used by colleges and universities around the country. The integration allows Ambassador’s SourceOne to seamlessly interact with Campus Management’s SIS, reducing manual input errors and increasing the accuracy of information. The automatic transition of student information and bookstore transactions expedites school revenue recognition, as well as student account and invoice reconciliations.

Through the integration, institutions create and/or update student course registration information in the student system, which is transmitted automatically to SourceOne, matching students with their required course materials. Students then easily view, select and order materials through one of Ambassador’s service models (Online Bookstore, Auto-Fill or Brick & Mortar Bookstore), whereby Ambassador processes the order and delivers it to the student. The transaction is automatically posted for the institution to track.

About Ambassador Education Solutions
The innovator in course materials management and content integration programs, Ambassador Education Solutions engineers, develops and implements bookstore and technology solutions of all sizes. Each program is customized to meet the specific financial and operational goals of higher education institutions, as well as the academic goals of their students and faculty. Through Ambassador’s advanced supply chain technology, flexible fulfillment processes, and highly available support services, ordering course materials is intuitive and delivery is automatic. Integrating with leading SIS, LMS and Digital Content Platforms, Ambassador gives students seamless access to textbooks, eBooks, custom content, supplies and more, while providing administrators with key insights and intelligence to manage, measure and improve programs and outcomes. For more information, please visit

About Campus Management Corp.
Campus Management is a leading provider of software, strategies and services which enable institutions of higher education to offer dynamic models of engagement and delivery. Over the past 27 years, Campus Management has supported higher education, both proprietary and traditional institutions, as well as foundations and other organizations through its cutting-edge student information system; constituent relationship management (CRM) software; and finance, human resources and payroll solutions.

Campus Management’s solutions are specifically designed to provide institutions the flexibility they need to compete in the ever-changing higher education landscape by offering products that support changes in education delivery, recruitment, financial aid, finance, human resources, payroll, and regulatory compliance. Today, more than 2,000 campuses in 18 countries utilize Campus Management to unite campuses and workflows, improve student outcomes and achieve goals.

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