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Dublin Business School Software Purchases and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Discover the latest software purchases and digital transformation initiatives being undertaken by Dublin Business School and its business and technology executives. Each quarter our research team identifies on-prem and cloud applications that are being used by the 400 Dublin Business School employees from the public (Press Releases, Customer References, Testimonials, Case Studies and Success Stories) and proprietary sources.

During our research, we have identified that Dublin Business School has purchased the following applications: Unit4 Student Management for Student Information in 2016, Telerik Sitefinity CMS for Web Content Management in 2010, SolarWinds Pingdom RUM for Application Performance Management in 2014 and the related IT decision-makers and key stakeholders.

Our database provides customer insight and contextual information on which enterprise applications and software systems Dublin Business School is running and its propensity to invest more and deepen its relationship with UNIT4 , Progress Software , Solarwinds or identify new suppliers as part of their overall Digital and IT transformation projects to stay competitive, fend off threats from disruptive forces, or comply with internal mandates to improve overall enterprise efficiency.

We have been analyzing Dublin Business School revenues, which have grown to $35.0 million in 2023, plus its IT budget and roadmap, cloud software purchases, aggregating massive amounts of data points that form the basis of our forecast assumptions for Dublin Business School intention to invest in emerging technologies such as AI, Machine Learning, IoT, Blockchain, Autonomous Database or in cloud-based ERP, HCM, CRM, EPM, Procurement or Treasury applications.

About the Customer

Dublin Business School was founded in 1975 and was originally known as Accountancy and Business College. Dublin Business School (DBS), incorporating Portobello College, is the largest independent college in Ireland. With over 9,000 students it had six locations around Dublin.

Scope and Challenges

The leadership of the school decided they wanted to implement a digital foundation that will provide students and staff with maximum convenience when it comes to administration, so they can dedicate more time to their studies. 

Outcome and Implications

It was announced 1Q of 2018 about the agreement between Unit4 and DBS for deploying Unit4 Student Managemen as the ERP (for services and operations) option for the college. 

9000 students and 400 staff have access to the next-generation student management platform. Via any device students can manage the administration of campus life, and staff can make data-driven decisions that improve the student experience. It is the college’s first holistic student management solution, which replaces a number of disparate systems.


“We are delighted to be working with this world-renowned independent provider,” said Matt Searles, Industry Director for Education at Unit4.

“That DBS recognizes the value of the solution towards student success is a further indication of its suitability to the modern sector landscape. Momentum also continues to build for Unit4 Student Management because it provides institutions with an advantage when it comes to recruiting and retaining students.” 

Dublin Business School
13/14 Aungier Street
Dublin, D02 WC04 , x
353 1 417 7500
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Enterprise Software and Cloud Applications being used by Dublin Business School

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IT Decision Makers and Key Stakeholders at Dublin Business School

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