The campus credential specialist Transact is looking to simplify credential management with the release of its new Transact One solution. Transact One is a cloud-native offering that consolidates all of a university’s Campus ID and payment processes under a single umbrella.
The comprehensive platform was designed to be as user-friendly as possible, with intuitive tools that make it easy to build custom workflows for end users. The backend gives administrators access to a wide range of pre-configured widgets through a drag-and-drop user interface, and can be integrated with the rest of a campus’ infrastructure thanks to an open API that ensures compatibility with third-party solutions.
Transact One allows campus employees to access campus services through a centralized (and mobile-oriented) user portal, or through a mobile web application. The platform can also provide the foundation for a similar web application for student services.
Other features that are available through the Transact One ecosystem include Transact Insight and Transact IDX. Transact Insight is an analytic platform that gives administrators access to real-time data that can be used to make their operations more efficient, while Transact IDX is a payment and credential service that can be used to run meal plans and to issue mobile credentials to students, faculty, and staff.
“Higher education is actively seeking new solutions and is rapidly adopting technology that fulfills their need for efficiency and ease of use,” said Transact CEO Nancy Langer. “The Transact One platform resonates with their key users: students who have grown up digital and look to their smartphones for fast and secure information.”
“The single point of access simplifies service delivery for administrators, speeds insight-driven decision making, and enables new connected experiences for our users,” added Transact Product Development VP Taran Lent.
Transact One was unveiled at the company’s annual Transact 360° customer showcase. Transact itself has previously provided mobile IDs for Benedictine University and the University of Texas at Tyler, and pushed an update that allows students to look up emergency numbers through the platform.