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After collaborating with our many partners in the community college space, we tailored the industry-leading Destiny One Student Lifecycle Management platform to specifically address the needs of this unique market segment.
Destiny One WCS is optimized to allow college staff to focus their time and effort on the work that makes their institution unique, and to help colleges stand out in a challenging marketplace.
Destiny One WCS is pre-configured with best practices and selected, pre-loaded data to deliver a superior customer experience, operational efficiency, and ease of implementation.
In this way, the software helps colleges of all sizes stay competitive.
Community and technical colleges play a central role in their communities, so Destiny Solutions packaged Destiny One WCS to ensure colleges had access to all the tools they need to make their business grow.
From corporate partnerships to conference management to badging, Destiny One WCS has a solution for you. There is even bundled access to our suite of connectors, that seamlessly link workforce development divisions to main campus ERP or SIS systems.
“That was a particular advantage that Destiny One had over the competition: Destiny could communicate with Banner, and the competition could not.”
- Bob Peterson | President and CEO of Corporate College, Cuyahoga Community College
To get Destiny One WCS as quickly and efficiently as possible—with minimal institutional resource involvement required—Destiny Solutions has developed two unique implementation packages for technical and community colleges to choose from.
The Agile Implementation package and the Facilitated Implementation package both provide colleges access to the best practices and subject matter expertise of the Destiny Solutions Professional Services team, while mitigating project risks and minimizing project scope and duration.
Learn which implementation package is right for your college.
“Many community colleges have the resources and commitment to their non-traditional students to implement a purpose-built platform like Destiny One. It’s all about allocating resources to the things that matter.””