Business benefits

Improve student acquisition and retention through a curriculum portfolio adaptive to market changes.

Significantly improve governance & timeliness with an enhanced ability to track, manage and report on the state of the curriculum at each stage in the approvals process.

Increase staff efficiency through reduced data entry, improved information integrity & greater information re-use.

Ensure emerging curriculum meets the needs of regulators, professional institutions and university guidelines by mapping graduate attributes, learning outcomes and assessment tasks against key objectives and competencies.

Consolidate and catalog information in a secure, reliable, and accessible Single Source of Truth - remove your business dependency on an unscalable tangle of spreadsheets, emails & documents in unmanaged shared folders.

Enable innovation and creativity in curriculum development with support for micro-credentials, sandbox environments, and secure, engaging collaboration.

Empower academics to focus on curriculum development & delivery rather than curriculum administration & bureaucracy.

Client success stories


University of Maribor, Slovenia, EU

The University of Maribor is Slovenia’s second-largest university. With its nineteen member institutions, the university is turning into a central development institution attracting talented students from all over the world and providing a development context where excellence is at home at all levels.

UM is ranked among the best global universities and earned the highest score among Slovene universities on Times Higher Education World University Rankings

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NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)

The New South Wales Education Standards Authority is the state government education statutory authority with the responsibility for the establishment and monitoring of quality teaching, learning, assessment and school standards in the Australian state of New South Wales (1.2 million students). The NESA is focused on integrating the various aspects of curriculum, assessment, teaching quality and school standards – in order to deliver better outcomes for students.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU)

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a dual-sector university with campuses located across the Northern Territory and in Sydney. The University also has centres in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Additionally, CDU provides training across a large number of sites across the Northern Territory and in remote Indigenous communities, making it one of Australia’s most diverse universities.

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Australian Catholic University (ACU)

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide* and is first in Australia for graduate employment**. The university has six research institutes and four faculties – Education and Arts, Health Sciences, Law and Business, and Theology and Philosophy. It has eight Australian campuses and a campus in Rome, Italy.

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The University of Queensland

Ranked in the world’s top 50, The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions. As a founding member of Group of Eight (Go8), a coalition of leading Australian universities, UQ is known for its excellence in creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. Over 4500 staff deliver globally renowned learning experiences through a comprehensive suite of programs and courses.

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Australian National University (ANU)

The Australian National University (ANU) is ranked 29th in the world and 1st in Australia, according to QS World University Rankings (2020). ANU is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8), a coalition of leading Australian universities.

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