[Vancouver, September 30, 2014] BCNET, a not-for-profit, shared information technology (IT) services organization for higher education and research, released its 2013/14 Annual Report at the Annual General Meeting on September 22, 2014 in Vancouver. The Annual Report highlights BCNET’s achievements and detailed audited financial statements.
This year’s theme, Return on Collaboration, reveals how BCNET fostered partnerships and community to share IT resources and deliver value for the entire pubic post-secondary sector in British Columbia.
“Our success will be measured not only by the high-quality services we provide at lower costs, but also by the learning and sharing opportunities we have facilitated for the higher education sector,” says Michael Hrybyk, President and CEO, BCNET. “More importantly, our success will be measured by our member satisfaction.”
The Annual Report reveals how BCNET quantified savings for the sector and expanded its mandate with minimal increase in costs.
BCNET is a not-for-profit, shared information technology (IT) services organization that is led, owned, governed and funded primarily by its members, British Columbia’s higher education and research institutions. BCNET facilitates a unique, collaborative culture that promotes inter-institutional partnerships to explore, evaluate and develop shared IT services for mutual technology challenges.