We Didn't Write the Book on Academic Resource Planning.
We Shot the Film Instead.

Botonomy LLC is a small Philadelphia-area IT consultancy with extensive experience in full-lifecycle Academic Resource Planning.

We implement custom software solutions to help Higher Education institutions improve the predictability and productivity of their backoffice operations.

We've witnessed the day-to-day challenges faced by the University backoffice, and understand the value of synchronizing our software development process to the ebbs and flows of the academic calendar to minimize delivery risk and maximize value for our customers.

Video: The Not-So-Secret Formula...

The video below provides a high-level overview of the academic resource planning lifecycle, followed by our approach for helping Higher Ed institutions manage, streamline, and improve their backoffice processes.

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Let's Talk

If you would like more information on improving your academic resource planning and management processes to reduce costs, increase productivity, and strengthen your internal controls, please call (888) 776-5747, or email info@botonomy.com to get the conversation started.

We look forward to speaking with you.

Our Areas of Expertise

Degreed Programs

  • Real-time Budget Analysis
  • Full-Time, Part-Time, and TA Assignment Workflows
  • Course Release Management
  • Sabbatical Forecasting and Management
  • Full-Lifecycle Job Posting Management
  • Automated Document Generation
  • Executive-Level Data Visualization

Continuing Education

  • Course Planning Workflow
  • Location Management
  • Instructor and Guest Speaker Management
  • Registration Management
  • Prerequisite Management
  • Case Management with Integrated Email Automation
  • Low-Enrollment Course Triage

A quick note to our prospective friends in Canada: We are well-versed in ensuring compliance with CUPE collective agreements, handling T2202A generation, and reporting to the Ontario College of Teachers. We also know that it's rarely bad form to show up to a meeting with a box of Timbits.