The CEO Imperative: How crisis can open doors to new growth

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Transforming the future of higher education with Microsoft technology

How the EY organisation supported the University of East London to enhance student experience using customer relationship management (CRM)

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To transform the future of learning, how should you transform yourself?

The University of East London needed to rapidly transform its interactions with learners to succeed in a competitive market.

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Developing a CRM-enhanced learning experience at speed

UEL required a CRM platform to deliver rapid results, during a pandemic and national lockdown.

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Delivering an enhanced learner journey for all

Supporting UEL to compete more effectively in the market using personalisation and insight

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Manufacturing PMI remains in contractionary territory – EY ITEM Club comments

Martin Beck, Chief Economic Advisor to EY ITEM Club, provides comments on the latest public finance news.

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