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 - Move DART Non-Production to Azure

17%
Percent Complete

Move the non-production environments for DART into Azure.

Target end date: 1/5/2018
Status: Yellow
Project manager: Jacobson,Kimberly
Customer: ITS

FIN - 1099 Corrections

13%
Percent Complete

This is a regulatory project whereby the IRS is requiring us to submit any corrections electronically.

Target end date: 10/13/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Skelding,Brian
Customer: ITS

FIN - Let UHS use Inventory module

79%
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: 11/13/2017
Status: Red
Project manager: Skelding,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN - Sponsored Programs Award Enhancement

9%
Percent Complete

ERPM is implementing a new Award module in CY2018. This project is needed In order to link the ERPM and FIN data.

Target end date: 1/5/2018
Status: Green
Project manager: Rose,Holly A
Customer: ITS

FIN - Supplier Portal - Vendor Onboarding

7%
Percent Complete

The University will implement the delivered Peoplesoft Supplier Portal in order to automate vendor onboarding as well as capture required supporting elements.

Target end date: 10/27/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Skelding,Brian
Customer: ITS

FIN - UMHS - EDI Implementation

78%
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: 12/22/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Palmby,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN-UMHS VMI - 3 Way Match

89%
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: 9/29/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Palmby,Brian
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN-UMHS VMI - Inventory

45%
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: 6/29/2018
Status: Yellow
Project manager: Little,Cristine Lynn
Customer: U-M Health System

FIN: Convert Crystal reports to BI Publisher

99%
Percent Complete

This is conversion of reports from Crystal to BI Publisher in preparation for being able to upgrade to PeopleTools 8.55 or 8.56. There are 19 crystal reports that need to be created in BI publisher.

Target end date: 9/21/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Sharma,Ravi
Customer: no Customer found!!!

FY1804 Enterprise CRM Service

99%
Percent Complete

Today the University has over 20 different and disparate Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems being leveraged to manage lifecycle (recruitment, admittance, retention) interactions with students, their parents, faculty and alumni. Student lifecycle management is challenged and arguably costing the University many millions annually due to recruitment disconnects; unfavorable student churn, lost alumni opportunities and resultant negative brand implications. Maintaining a consistent “face” of the University is not possible.

A strategy that integrates these systems together into a common, powerful ecosystem for the purposes of recruiting, admittance and retention will increase U-M productivity; improve results and most importantly, improve the student, their parents, faculty and alumni experience. One consistent voice and record of communications.

This project will:
• Define and develop an enterprise CRM strategy that promotes organizational and process alignment that does not currently exist.
• Define and develop a center for excellence/shared service model for enterprise CRM, including organization, charge, and process. Develop a community.
• Identify a process for selecting a CRM software solution(s) that is scalable across the organization and meets core CRM feature requirements and strategy. The solution(s) may be a product already licensed at U-M or may be a new product.
• Implement 1-2 “enterprise” processes or relationships based on the capability maturity model findings in the CRM assessment business base.

Target end date: 9/29/2017
Status: Green
Project manager: Gould,Haley
Customer: Academic Affairs