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November 24, 2014

KualiCo. Kuali Coeus Functional Council votes to engage with KualiCo for product development leadership. The Kuali Foundation announced that the Kuali Coeus Functional Council has voted to engage with KualiCo for product development leadership. KualiCo is a new company that delivers cloud-based software for higher education. Kuali Coeus is a modular suite of open source research administration software designed specifically for higher education and delivered via the cloud by KualiCo. [Full Announcement].

February 13, 2014

Kuali Foundation. University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez launches Kuali Coeus in partnership with Kuali Commercial Affiliate rSmart. Kuali Commercial Affiliate rSmart has partnered with the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez to implement Kuali Coeus. The new system will replace paper-based grant administration processes and allow users to construct and route complete proposals from their desktops. [Full Announcement].

August 20, 2012

Kuali Foundation. Kuali Coeus proposal development goes live at University of California, Irvine. University of California, Irvine has gone live and is now operating in the production environment of Kuali Coeus. This is the first of two phases of Proposal Development implementation at UCI, that includes the Proposal Data and Institutional Proposal, replacing UCI’s paper-based proposal routing. [Full Announcement].

June 12, 2012

Kuali Foundation. Kuali Coeus 5.0 Released. The Kuali Coeus team announced the release of Kuali Coeus 5.0 on June 1st, 2012! This release was designated as the “functional equivalency” (FE) release with Coeus 4.5 thus completing the original scope of the Kuali Coeus project converging the functionality of Coeus and Kuali Coeus. [Full Announcement].

June 4, 2012

Kuali Foundation. Kill the paperwork: WVU goes online with simpler, electronic system to facilitate the work of faculty researchers. The Office of Research Integrity and Compliance has just rolled out the first release of an electronic research administration system called WVU Kuali Coeus for the submission of institutional review board documents. For researchers, this means the institutional review board process is accessible through a few keystrokes and clicks. The old system, called BRAAN2, will be retired and used for data storage. This is just part of a larger initiative to streamline research administration tasks into an integrated web-based application for the WVU community. [Full Announcement].