By understanding how 1000+ student-facing computers are being used, they strategically repurpose rooms and reallocate computer stations to meet needs.
Mount Royal University saved $25,000 per lab by turning four unused labs into classrooms—trading manual headcounts for LabStats’ automation.
LabStats helped Manhattan College make better, more-informed budgeting decisions for their labs by showing the usage of hardware and software.
Boston University is able to understand what software they need to make more available and how they can maximize the impact of their IT budget investments.
Access to hardware usage data helped Kean University completely redesign the layout of their labs to better suit student behaviors, resulting in increased engagement.
Middle Tennessee State University College of Business uses LabStats reports to back up funding requests and provide central IT with solid statistical evidence.
Utah Valley University’s main goal with LabStats is to understand what is most important to lab users so they can provide the best resources to their students.
In over 10 years, Xavier University hasn’t found a better tool than LabStats for gathering and reporting on computer and application usage in their labs.
A single LabStats report helped Cornell University prove that their computer labs were being used regularly by 12,000 students, over 50% of their student population.
“The data collected has helped us conserve resources by allowing us to focus our upgrades and support in locations that have high or specific application usage.”