EAS Monthly Project Dashboard

The Enterprise Applications Services Monthly Project Dashboards provides a quick overview of the projects we are currently working on.

Updated 3/1/2017

DART-Phase 2 (AAUM) Improved Integration

99%
Percent Complete

Complete analysis of the Alumni Association membership system, identify means of data integration with DART, and implement solution.

Target end date: 7/3/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Diglio,Lisa
Customer: Development

DART-Phase 2 Grateful Patient Integration

88%
Percent Complete

Complete analysis of the UMHS newly developed Grateful Patient system, identify means of data integration with DART, and implement solution.

Target end date: 7/28/2017
Status: Yellow
Project manager: Diglio,Lisa
Customer: Development

DART-Phase 2 Implement Other Deferred Modules

99%
Percent Complete

This is the umbrella linkage request for all five of the DART Phase 2 subprojects.

Target end date: 6/22/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Diglio,Lisa
Customer: Development

ERP Modernization Strategy

19%
Percent Complete

Our current ERP solutions are over 15 years old and aging with respect to newer solutions. They are increasingly brittle systems, resulting in costly maintenance and upgrades, which do not leave resources to work on new features and functionality. This results in unmet needs and system fragmentation as units pursue their own solutions.

We are in need of a long-term vision and roadmap that will drive and inform decisions regarding the future of U-M’s ERP environment. However, we lack knowledge of the current ERP product landscape and we lack understanding of our customer needs and desires in respect to ERP systems.

This project will develop a comprehensive roadmap for modernizing enterprise applications, which will be used to gain a business sponsor and campus engagement to move forward.

Target end date: 6/29/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Burch,Jennifer
Customer: ITS

Faculty Interface POC

65%
Percent Complete

Mission-aligned development of a global portal focused on findability and flexibility per IT Strategic Plan. Foundational to B&F FY16 priority #26 about creating role-based portals.

This project pivoted to encompass building a faculty-focused interface to aid findability and usability of administrative, academic, and research tasks. This will leverage global portal strategy and will assist in making decision for portal framework. Collaboration with faculty in user research and testing is ongoing.

Target end date: 6/6/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Burns,Will
Customer: ITS

FIN - Let UHS use Inventory module

20%
Percent Complete

University Health Services (UHS) is interested in utilizing the Peoplesoft inventory module. This project has two key initiatives. The first effort is to de-couple the inventory module so that it is not exclusive to UMHS. The second portion is to enable UHS within the system.

Target end date: 9/6/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Skelding,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN - UMHS - EDI Implementation

64%
Percent Complete

UMHS is looking to re-implement their EDI solution. An RFP was conducted and upon conclusion GHX was the clear winner, however a formal award was never made. An accelerated re-evaluation will take place from 11/2-12/1 to determine the preferred vendor. It is estimated that this is a 9 month project at this time.

Target end date: 10/31/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Palmby,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN PUMs 12-21 (patch, update, etc)

88%
Percent Complete

Analyze patches and updates which weren't applied during the upgrade. Decide which ones to apply. Apply and test them in non-prod and then apply them in production.

Target end date: 7/6/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Burch,Jennifer
Customer: ITS

FIN-UMHS VMI - 3 Way Match

13%
Percent Complete

UMHS has received approval to move forward with their Value Margin Initiative (VMI) for Supply Chain Processes. Three items related to this multifaceted effort involve technology components. Deliverables for this effort are closely tied to the FIN 9.2 upgrade. The 9.2 steering committee has reviewed and approved the effort to run in parallel with this project.

Target end date: 10/31/2017
Status: Yellow
Project manager: Palmby,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN-UMHS VMI - Inventory

24%
Percent Complete

UMHS has received approval to move forward with their Value Margin Initiative (VMI) for Supply Chain Processes. Three items related to this multifaceted effort involve technology components. Deliverables for this effort are closely tied to the FIN 9.2 upgrade. The 9.2 steering committee has reviewed and approved the effort to run in parallel with this project.

Target end date: 10/27/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Little,Cristine Lynn
Customer: U-M Health System