A biweekly digest of news related to the Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program | July 24, 2014
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Sneak Peek: The New Waitlist Process 

The Student work stream has released its latest sneak peek. This video explains the “auto enroll” feature of the new waitlist process resulting from the PeopleSoft upgrade through ESUP. Auto enroll will allow the system to automatically select and enroll students at the top of a waitlist on a space-available basis. Watch to learn more.


What's Changing?

HR Stars to Meet July 31; Focus Will Be Electronic Time and Absence Reporting

Planning is well under way for the next meeting of the University’s HR Stars on July 31. The Stars are a key advance team of more than 100 HR professionals throughout the five system campuses that has been organized by the Office of Human Resources to provide valuable leadership, insight and advice regarding the upgrade of the Human Resources Management System, as well as the larger Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program. The Stars convene monthly and serve as important resources within their units. Read more...

What's Changing in Finance - General Ledger

When the Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program goes live in February 2015, many employees' processes will be streamlined, including those for around 700 Journal Entry preparers and approvers working in the General Ledger module of the financial system. The changes coming to the General Ledger will not be drastic but they will be welcome. Read more...


Supporting faculty during technology upgrade

The Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program (ESUP) will change the way students, faculty, and staff take care of business with the University. The Faculty Go­-To advance team is a group of system users who will serve as resources for faculty in their units throughout the upgrade of the University’s PeopleSoft system. The Go­-To advance team represents the concerns and needs of their units with regard to supporting faculty during the system transition and may serve as a communications contact after the launch in February 2015. Read more...

IDEAA iCOP June meeting recap

The Integrating Data, Enterprise Architecture, and Applications (IDEAA) informal community of practice held its most recent meeting on June 24. IDEAA is a venue where the University IT community can discuss ESUP and the coming changes to the data, processes, and technology powering critical data systems such as the Data Warehouse and the x.500 directory. Read more...

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