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Universidad Alberto Hurtado is a public, non-profit institution of higher education with its primary campus in Santiago, Chile. Member of AUSJAL and FLACSI, two large groups consisting of over 200 educational organizations in Latin America, the university has great prestige and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 20 areas of disciplinary areas in the humanities and exact sciences, as well as exchange programs.

Throughout its structure, the institution employs around 500 teachers and serves a community of more than 6 thousand students across its multiple faculties located on two campuses. Confronted with the challenge of providing quality education by effectively managing the resources received from its benefactors, Universidad Alberto Hurtado was looking for a solution to identify the primary cost drivers and allocate investments to strategic areas of the institution.

Managing Resources in Modern Higher Education

MyABCM arrives at Universidad Alberto Hurtado at a very special moment. With a structured strategic plan consisting of 13 goals to be achieved by 2030, the institution has chosen our solutions to manage resource allocation and facilitate the achievement of its plans. The goals for the near future include topics in the educational and administrative spheres, such as:

In this context, comprehending the financial collection process and which of your activities consume the most resources “is the initial step in balancing investment distribution and achieving all the strategic objectives within the designated timeframe.

Centralization of information on educational activities

Using MyABCM, Universidad Alberto Hurtado will be able to have a clear view of how resources are utilized in each teaching and research activity. In this way, it can confidently make critical decisions and strategic allocations, investing in resource-needy areas that provide growth potential for the institution and its activities.

It will be possible, for example, to understand how much investment is needed to achieve the goals of new students and campus expansion and to eliminate or adjust possible deficit activities to reallocate resources to them and obtain better results. These resources are expected to support the institution in providing high-quality education while expanding its operations into essential areas.