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   On April 14, the launching presentation for Hanyang University's(HYU) Next Generation Information System(NGIS), a stepping stone for HYU's Smart Campus plan, was held at the Paiknam Academic Information Center and Library at the Seoul campus. HYU is expecting a more efficient school management system through the new information system which will encompass a wide range of functions from academic information to school management. Through an open bid and technical evaluations, HYU finalized a contract with Daewoo Information Systems.
   HYU supplemented the NGIS by upgrading its original management information system including academic affairs and administration, research, and school management- overall supporting HYU's New Hanyang 2020 Development Plan. NGIS will be developed to provide integrated management for a broad span of solutions like Management Information System, Balanced Scorecards, Assest Management Aystems, and Energy Management Systems. As another part of the NGIS project, the Smart Campus project to promote "ubiquitous campus computing" based on mobile devices will also make headway. With cooperation from SK Telecom, HYU has set up a T wi-fi zone on campus and is proffering discounted smart phones to students, faculty and family members.
   President Lim Duck-ho called the NGIS "not a mere role in administration assistance, but a great project that will be the base for HYU to join the top 100 universities in the world." President Lim says no effort will be spared to achieve that goal. He calls for the active cooperation of all HYU constituents in the process of NGIS development.
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