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ACE 2016 is the country’s premier higher education event, bringing together nearly 2,000 higher education leaders to network with one another and hear from College and University presidents discussing the most pressing issues of the day.
ACE is the nation’s most visible and influential higher education association. ACE represents the presidents of more than 1,700 member accredited, degree-granting institutions, which include two-and -four year colleges, private, and public universities, and nonprofit and for-profit entities. The organization collectively promotes, protects, and advocates for students, faculty, and administrators in higher education. ACE members represent almost 70% of all students in accredited, degree-granting institutions.
WTC Consulting, Inc. is a leader in fully integrated activity based consulting, rate and funding models, and rate implementation for information technology. Since 1983, WTC has helped many ACE members with the facts they need to make informed decisions for IT strategic planning and the annual budget process. The success of the WTC approach is based on four characteristics: Structure, Understanding, Simplicity, Experience.
To learn more about ACE and ACE 2016 visit www.aceannualmeeting.org.
Come visit WTC Consulting, Inc. at the 2011 NACUBO Annual Meeting in booth #1330 to meet Dean Oyama, our Rate & Funding expert, and ask him all your most perplexing questions on the latest issues and trends in the industry. Dean has been the lead consultant on all of WTC’s activity based costing studies. He has 21 years of consulting experience with emphasis on financial assessments, analysis, and rate development.
Come get the answers to questions such as…
– Is it time to consider a new rate & funding model?
– Are your current recovery models sustainable for the future?
– What is the cost to deliver departmental services? and Where should costs really be cut?
For more information on the 2011 NACUBO Annual Meeting, held in Tampa Florida on July 9-12, visit www.nacubo.org