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When you choose OU Campus™ as your web content management system (CMS), you join an active and vibrant community of web professionals all working toward a common goal of advancing higher ed. You become part of our OmniUpdate family. We can't wait to welcome you!

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Michael Gorman

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Illinois Wesleyan University

Learn how Illinois Wesleyan University benefits from the flexibility and simplicity of XSL as a templating language.

Featured Case Studies


OmniUpdate is a stellar company that cares about its clients and strives to constantly improve and provide what higher ed needs to succeed online.

Kristi Jo Leaders, Defiance College

The features in OU Campus out of the box really met the needs of our community well.

Troy Knickerbocker, University of the Incarnate Word

When Illinois Wesleyan was looking for a new CMS, some of the people on the team were a little intimidated by XSL. But pretty quickly, they realized it was actually a pretty simple language to learn.

Michael Gorman, Illinois Wesleyan University

Our users have found OU Campus to be extremely simple to learn. Most of our users are up and running in the system in 15 minutes.

Brian Hill, Yosemite CCD

OU Campus puts the power to create and update content in the hands of the people who need it most.

Ed Wheeler, Pepperdine University

The SaaS solution with OmniUpdate has never failed us. The system gets updated whenever updates come out. I don’t have to ask for them. I don’t have to do them. They're just done.

Nathan Gerber, Utah Valley University

OU Campus is focused on education, so the people at OmniUpdate really understand what a university is and what kind of features a university site absolutely must have.

Berenice Cocciolillo, John Cabot University

I think the OmniUpdate support team is definitely one of the biggest selling points of OU Campus. They are phenomenal.

Colleen Greene, CSU Fullerton Library

I would definitely recommend OU Campus as a one-stop solution that caters to the needs of folks from all skill sets.

Corie Martin, Western Kentucky University