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A modern system built for today's educational environment

Confidently manage all aspects of your institution with the flexibility of OpenCUAS. 

Administrate your way.

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Before OpenCUAS

  • Multiple delivery modes were very difficult.

  • Customizing to your needs was expensive.

  • Students were not working in their native language.

  • Collaboration with other institutions needed a separate system.

  • Managing remote sites was not integrated.

  • Transcripts had to be done manually.

  • Experimenting with new ideas was expensive.

  • You needed a large IT staff to operate.

The Benefits of OpenCUAS

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Location Flexibility

An affordable web-based portal to administrate all of your locations from anywhere in the world.

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Faculty Flexibility

A portal that allows faculty to manage classes, take attendance, advise students, and enter final grades, no matter where they are. 

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Student Flexibility

A portal where students can check their accounts, register, enroll, and see financial aid from any device in their language.

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Administration Flexibility

Modules for academics, course catalog, student accounts, financial aid, scheduling, donor management and more.

Collaboration Flexibility

A "master catalog" you can share with others in your consortium.

More Flexibility

Much much more...

Anything Can Happen

2020 taught us that education can be disrupted in ways we never imagined.


Schools that were running OpenCUAS (also called GNECsis) were ready to adapt.

Seminaries and colleges in Africa, Asia, South America, and the U.S. were able to switch to hybrid, or online as needed; and working from home went smoothly because OpenCUAS was already accessible from anywhere.

VERY thankful for the great resource of GNECsis [OpenCUAS]. Thanks team!

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The team have helped the schools that had very limited capacity to advance in marvelous ways.


We are very grateful for these valuable resources that are helping us in all our schools in the region. We appreciate the excellent work that the whole team is doing.

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OpenCUAS has been deployed on several continents, using different educational standards and reporting requirements in a variety of languages. Any customizations were easily generated with the built in low code environment.

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Your Action Plan


Schedule a call for a conversation and a demo.


We will answer your questions and show you the system.


Decide to move forward.


We will convert most existing systems and get your staff trained.


Run your institution with confidence.


Changes no longer have to be daunting and expensive.

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Deliver Quality Education

With OpenCUAS

We know that you want to deliver quality education no matter where your students are or what is happening in the world. In order to do that, you need a modern flexible information system that can adapt as you adapt.

The problem is that legacy systems are expensive and inflexible, or if you run on spreadsheets, they simply don't scale well as you grow. These problems can leave you feeling trapped or held hostage.

We believe that you should be able to run the school on your terms with systems that support you today and into the future. This is why we work so hard to create a system that is global and multi: multi-lingual, multi-site, multi-whatever-the-future-holds. OpenCUAS has all the features you could want, but you can choose to use only the features that you need.

Here is how we do it: 

We meet with you to discuss your needs to be sure we are a fit. If we move forward, we convert your data from your legacy system (in most cases) and train your staff. We then follow up frequently until you are self-sufficient.

So email today to set up a call. In the meantime, imagine what you could be doing if you were not spending all that time managing your old system. Stop running software and get back to running your institution.

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