HADDONFIELD, NJ – Ferrilli, a leading technology services provider exclusively serving the unique needs and challenges of higher education, has been named Ellucian’s 2022 Implementation Partner of the Year.
Ellucian’s annual awards program honors members of the Ellucian Partner Network for outstanding contributions to customer success. Winners were announced at Ellucian Live 2023, the higher education industry’s premier global technology conference.
“We are thrilled to recognize our partners who have demonstrated excellence in delivering value to our customers,” said Jeff Dinski, Chief Strategy and Corporate Development Officer, Ellucian. “Their commitment to innovation, customer service, and collaboration has enabled us to deliver exceptional outcomes to our customers. We thank these partners for their unwavering commitment to accelerating student success and look forward to continuing our collaboration to drive transformation in the industry through our newly redesigned Ellucian Partner Network.”
The Ellucian/Ferrilli partnership connects the world’s leading higher education technology systems provider and the premier information technology consultants serving higher education, enabling institutions to access top-tier service, support, and strategic guidance for the full suite of Ellucian technology systems and their underlying infrastructure.
“Our commitment to a customer-first mentality has been the driving force behind our successful partnership with Ellucian,” said Ferrilli CEO Robert Ferrilli. “We are truly grateful for the recognition of our shared values and the high level of professionalism we strive to maintain.”
Ellucian works with thousands of higher education institutions around the world and helps more than 22 million students learn, grow and thrive. The Ellucian Partner Network focuses on shared success through joint marketing, sales collaboration and technology enablement. With more than 150 member organizations, Ellucian maintains one of the largest networks of strategic partners providing solutions specific to the needs of higher education.
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