A biweekly digest of news related to the Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program | January 30, 2014
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Sneak Peek: New Self-Service Centers in PeopleSoft 9.0

The ESUP Student work stream will be releasing several new self-service centers in PeopleSoft 9.0. The following short videos provide an overview on how these centers will benefit users. The ESUP Student Training Team will be developing more in-depth tutorials and documentation of this new functionality before ESUP goes live.

Advisor Center (above)  Faculty CenterThe Advisor Center will provide advisers access to real-time data on their advisees, including biographical and demographic data, academic information and more. 

Faculty Center (right)
The new Faculty Center will provide faculty (and their proxies) one centralized location for completing tasks associated with teaching classes. Read more...

What's Changing?

Portal Project Selects IntraSee as Development Partner

The Portal Team is happy to announce their partnership with IntraSee, Inc. to deliver the University's new myU Portal. IntraSee brings a wealth of portal implementation experience to ESUP. They have worked with many large, complicated entities in both private industry, government, and higher education. Read more...

Sneak Peek: PCard is Moving to the Expense Report

Some changes are coming to the financial system as part of the Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program (ESUP). (Hint: you can read about other changes, here!) The finance team has created a sneak peek of the planned change to the PCard reconciliation process. Read more...


ESUP Town Hall Cancelled for January 30th

Instead of holding the University-wide Town Hall today, the ESUP change team has decided to hold more targeted in-person gatherings with stakeholders who are directly affected by the business process changes. We think this is a better use of resources and will allow more in-depth conversations to happen around specific issues and concerns. We apologize for any confusion regarding the "save-the-date." Read more...

What is hypercare and why should you care?

ESUP is starting to plan for end-user support post-go live. The stabilization period after a system launch is often referred to as ‘hypercare’. It focuses on customer support, data integrity, and system stability. The ESUP hypercare effort will leverage the knowledge and experience of each ESUP work stream and require coordination and collaboration between functional, technical, and security experts. Read more...


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Questions for a work stream? Something on your mind? Wondering how the upgrade will affect you? Suggestions for a Q&A? Want us to come visit your office, department or center and chat with you about ESUP? Shoot us an email at esup@umn.edu.

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