George Mason Saving over $1 Million with Atrium

November 18, 2015

A post-audit recently completed by George Mason University shows the institution is saving more than $1 million over their first five years by using their cloud-based Atrium Campus Card Cystem – while also improving cardholder service and streamlining administration.

GMU is the largest university in the Commonwealth of Virginia, with over 30,000 students across five campuses. The GMU Atrium system is comprehensive, encompassing over 730 student and department accounts, 16 real-time connections to best-in-breed campus systems, and over 660 point of sale endpoints spanning dining, vending, copy/print, off campus and more.

What can Atrium help your campus to realize in improved efficiency and savings? Contact us to find out.

For more information on the post-audit please contact Mark Kraner, GMU Executive Director of Retail Operations.