software helps re-engineer financial, student systems
Board of Regents recently approved the purchase of the SCT Banner
suite of financial and student administrative software applications.
Management Information Systems Project (EMIS), in collaboration
with CIRT and other offices, have been working to to re-engineer
UNMs financial and student systems.
project schedule calls for SCT General Ledger and Accounts Payable/Purchasing
systems implementation to begin in August 2002. Work on the
General Ledger will begin by July 2003 and Accounts Payable/Purchasing
systems by January 2004.
of the student systems is scheduled to begin in July 2003. The
University also has options to purchase the Human Resources/Payroll
and Alumni/Development systems from SCT during the next several
SCT software will replace UNMs mainframe, legacy systems
installed in the 1970s and '80s. Unlike those systems, which
provided functionality for central administrative offices only,
the new SCT systems will provide departments and individuals
with self-service capabilities using web browser technology
and a desktop computer.
systems will help streamline approval processes at UNM. Many
paper documents will be replaced with online web-based forms
that can be routed electronically for approval.
mailing list has been created to help keep the UNM community
informed about this project. Employees can subscribe to the
list or read list messages via the web at http://list.unm.edu.
Click Online UNM Mailing List Archives, and scroll down to EMISP-L;
click the list name.