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University Cooperation Office is now “UNIVERSITAS XXI Solutions and Technology for the University”


After 25 years of service to the university as University Cooperation Office, it changed its brand and image, changing its name to “UNIVERSITAS XXI Solutions and Technology for the University”

The new denomination is based on the leadership position of the UNIVERSITAS XXI system and highlights its activity and vocation to always provide the best technological solutions for university management.

It is accompanied by a new logo, which conveys its orientation to continuous improvement and the constant evolution of its products.

This change comes at an important moment of business transformation, with the incorporation into production methods of the best practices in the industry, Lean UX (User eXperince) to improve the design and user experience, new agile software development methodologies (SCRUM and SAFe) and new DevOps-based software deployment and testing methodology.

All this always seeking to offer the best product and service for university management.

UNIVERSITAS XXI Solutions and Technology for the University ( is a company born from the University and dedicated to the development and maintenance of management computer systems for universities through its range of UNIVERSITAS XXI products, a reference in the sector.

UNIVERSITAS XXI was born in 1994 as the realization of a project of the universities of Alcalá, Carlos III of Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha, Salamanca and Valladolid, and which was later joined by the Santander bank and the Rey Juan Carlos University, with the objective of being the reference for university management software.

Its UNIVERSITAS XXI application covers all university processes. More than 100 Higher Education Institutions in Spain and Latin America (Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela) trust their products and services year after year. More than 290 professionals work at the headquarters in Spain and Colombia who enjoy training plans, professional development plans, teleworking, flexible hours, work-life balance, as well as stability and constant professional challenges. The Human Talent policies have made it possible to achieve the distinction in 2016 and 2018 of the Great Place to Work organization, as one of the best 50 companies to work for.

Source Communicate