One of the cornerstones of NERCOMP member benefits is consortium licensing. By joining NERCOMP, member schools pool their buying power for deep discounts on licenses for everything from server and office software to security and cloud storage.Vendors can connect with a huge audience of potential customers with the added convenience of one-stop negotiation and administration. NERCOMP negotiates contract terms and helps to facilitate vendor and NERCOMP member agreements. Actual licenses are directly between members and vendors. For more information, see Legal Note below.

Our Vendors

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OOHLALA Mobile

Updated April 17, 2018

OOHLALA Mobile is the preferred choice of over 200 higher ed institutions worldwide, offering custom mobile campus app solutions that enable colleges and universities to personalize the student experience and support engagement.

Student engagement and persistence pose a significant challenge in higher education. Our mission is to make college a successful journey for every student.

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Cylance

Updated February 28, 2018

Webinar Recording:  February 28, 2018 Cylance Partnership Announcement: Cylance and NERCOMP are pleased to announce a unique partnership for the benefit of NERCOMP […]

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Lynda.com

Updated May 3, 2018

Have you always wanted to provide Lynda.com, online learning, for faculty, staff and students on your campus but the cost has been too prohibitive?

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Winthrop Resources

Updated February 17, 2018

Winthrop Resources, a NERCOMP partner, has been providing a better way to pay for technology to educational institutions of all sizes since 1982.  Winthrop’s financial solutions provide a lower risk strategy for addressing today’s disruptive environment and they make how you pay for your technology a competitive differentiator for your institution.

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Deque Systems, Inc.

Updated February 17, 2018

NERCOMP members can now utilize the NERCOMP/Deque Systems Master Service Agreement, putting world-class accessibility testing tools, services and training within reach.

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Microsoft Campus Agreement

Updated April 16, 2018

The NERCOMP/Microsoft Campus Agreement Program is among NERCOMP’s most popular membership benefits. Over 100 member institutions are currently participating.

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Adobe ETLA Site License

Updated April 23, 2018

Adobe Systems Incorporated is an American transnational computer software company. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California, United States. Adobe has historically focused upon the creation of multimedia and creativity software products, with a more-recent foray towards rich Internet application software development. It is best known for Photoshop, the Portable Document Format (PDF) and Adobe Creative Suite, as well as its successor Adobe Creative Cloud.

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Hobsons – Starfish

Updated February 17, 2018

The patented Starfish® Enterprise Success Platform™ can help your institution scale its student support initiatives in a way that enables students to engage more effectively with the campus community and, ultimately, achieve their academic goals.

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Workday

Updated February 17, 2018

Workday is an end-to-end, unified cloud platform, consisting of HCM, Payroll, Financials, Grants and Student Services. Workday’s partnership with NERCOMP offers a significant discount to NERCOMP member institutions.

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Info-Tech Research Group

Updated February 17, 2018

This program is a mechanism for collecting critical feedback from end users about the business applications they use, providing you with the data you need to make informed decisions on how to manage your application portfolio. Key decisions you’ll be able to make include: what applications to retire, upgrade, maintain and even re-train on.

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The Walker Group

Updated February 17, 2018

The Walker Group, New England’s leading IT services firm, is located in Farmington, CT, just outside of Hartford. Incorporated in 1986, The Walker Group is comprised of four Practice Areas: Managed Services, Security Solutions, Infrastructure and Advisory Services, and Digital Marketing.

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SharedShelf

Updated February 17, 2018

Media Management Software that Facilitates Access to Your Collections. Shared Shelf makes it practical for institutions to combine multimedia created by individuals, those held by the institution, and those in ARTstor Digital Library without the need for local onsite infrastructure.

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Wolfram Research

Updated February 17, 2018

The many member schools that have existing Wolfram Research Comprehensive or Unlimited Programs can take advantage of the discounts for upgrading their license programs; this upgrading naturally happens over time anyway, so it would be beneficial for the member schools to receive a discount as a result of their NERCOMP membership. In addition, those schools can take advantage of the discounts for on-site training.

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Double Robotics

Updated February 17, 2018

We make the Double – wheels for your iPad. Double is the simplest, most elegant way to be somewhere else in the world without flying there.

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Adobe CLP

Updated February 17, 2018

NERCOMP has renewed their Contractual License Program (CLP) with Adobe Systems Inc. Adobe’s CLP 5.0 is a flexible licensing program that enables NERCOMP members to purchase Adobe software products and receive the discounts and benefits of a large-volume purchase without having to make large upfront expenditures.

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New Horizons Learning Solutions

Updated February 17, 2018

New Horizons, the worldwide leader of IT, Desktop Applications, Project Management, and Business Skills training courses. For more than 30 years.

Legal Note:
NERCOMP negotiates the best prices and terms possible for its members and works with outside legal counsel to facilitate the arrangements between NERCOMP and the vendors. Outside counsel conducts an initial legal review of licenses and agreements on behalf of NERCOMP but does not provide an individualized review on behalf of any particular member institution.

Each member institution signs its contracts with vendors individually and the institution itself is liable for the rights and obligations therein. Members are strongly encouraged to have their contracts reviewed internally by their own counsel.

In addition, NERCOMP often negotiates separate agreements with vendors governing NERCOMP’s own relationship to the vendor. Although NERCOMP members are not parties to these agreements, NERCOMP will make copies of available to any member for review, upon request.