The project's goal is to deploy a common integration layer to enable data sharing between campuses and departments, and to define a CU systemwide data strategy to improve access to data and standardize reporting. Two work streams have been identified for the project: data governance and data catalog development.
Beth Myers, Assistant Vice Provost for Student Success Initiatives, CU Boulder
Chris Smith, Vice Chancellor, Information Strategy and Services, CU Anschutz Medical Campus
With CU's complex organizational structure, many groups currently handle aspects of IT security and asset management across the institution. The team aims to align and strengthen cybersecurity across CU, by focusing on three areas: vulnerability management, compromised accounts and Tier 1 security operations.
Dan Jones, University of Colorado Chief Information Security Officer
The project's goal is to create an IT funding model that improves services, reduces duplication and establishes standards and processes to support more effective and efficient university IT procurement.
Ed Mills, University of Colorado Chief Procurement Officer
The Time and Labor project aims to replace the home-grown MyLeave system. Ultimately, the project's benefits will include streamlining regulatory and compliance changes, addressing existing calculation engine issues in MyLeave, centralizing time-tracking tools and reducing costs, providing a stable platform, and allowing CU to move away from the current custom-built application that is difficult to support.
Merna Jacobsen, CU Boulder, CHRO
Felicity O’Herron, CU System, CHRO
The Advancement Next Gen project will replace the Ellucian Advance tool that is currently in place with Salesforce for donor and campaign management. Advancement expects improvements to process efficiency and effectiveness, and the platform brings a more intuitive and integrated toolset with strong data and analytics capabilities.
Jason Hunter, University of Colorado Advancement, CIO
Enhance IT Gov Processes
This project aims to assess and enhance decision making processes in order to ensure CU’s long-term strategic priorities and centralized IT investments are aligned, monitored and providing expected benefits.
Scott Munson, CU System, CIO
UCCS adopted Salesforce’s Admissions Connect, which supports students from initial interest and enrollment to graduation. Additional benefits included streamlining application reviews, providing real-time data and insights, and driving applicant engagement with more personalized communications.
Accomplishing grant optimization allowed the university to mature in the use of the Grants module and streamline departmental tasks for all four campuses.
The campuses benefit from a more stable HCM system, which is less prone to data issues and is supportable by CU staff and Oracle. Additionally, the system is now set up to take future enhancements from Oracle rather than only using the SmartERP-built custom forms.
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