UAlbany MBA Students Present Final Recommendations for AIS Discovery Project

UAlbany students in Dr. Eliot Rich’s MBA class, Systems Analysis and Design, have concluded a one semester collaborative experience with ACASE. This was a real-life case study concerning the opportunities and challenges of bringing ACASE’s Assessment Information System (AIS) into the 21st century and positioning it as part of a viable business opportunity. The students conducted interviews with those familiar with the AIS and worked closely with ACASE over the semester to refine their projects. The students’ work culminated in final presentations to stakeholders during class on May 7th, 2019, where they made recommendations that included comprehensive and innovative solutions to the AIS to enhance delivery of value to the K-12 education and training worlds.

Architecture solution proposed by Team 1 Sean Browne, Ishan Dave, Faraidoon Noorzai, Shiguang Qu, Kameliya Sarkar 
Interface proposed by Team 1 Sean Browne, Ishan Dave, Faraidoon Noorzai, Shiguang Qu, Kameliya Sarkar 
Instructor dashboard proposed by Team 2 Will McCarthy, Brandon Tecler, Mike Young, Gerald Addy
Training ROI calculator proposed by Team 2 Will McCarthy, Brandon Tecler, Mike Young, Gerald Addy
Data transfer scheme proposed by Team 3 Helen Benton, Dominic Caputo, Brendan Chetuck, Clint DeMyer, Nate Monson, Colleen Sickles
Dashboard proposed by Team 3 Helen Benton, Dominic Caputo, Brendan Chetuck, Clint DeMyer, Nate Monson, Colleen Sickles
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