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Monday, September 23, 2013

ESUP Update 9-23-13 to 10-7-13

ESUP Executives clarify pathway to new Program Director
We are excited to announce Dennis Wenzel joined the University today as Program Director for ESUP (click here to read the official announcement and Dennis’s CV). Click here to read more.

Q & A with ESUP’s new program director
Dennis Wenzel joined ESUP as the new program director on Monday, September 16, 2013. He hit the ground running, keeping busy with status meetings and team introductions. Despite his packed schedule, we grabbed a minute to sit with Dennis to learn more about who he is and his background. Click here to read more.

Finance work stream explores new features
The Finance work stream has been exploring new features available in PeopleSoft version 9.2. Among the available new features are various work centers for transaction preparers and approvers. Work centers are available for some data entry functions in the financial system but not all. Click here for more information.

Quick hits and reminders from across the work streams
  • The HRMS Payroll Accounting team and the Finance work team are partnering to find streamlined solutions for the University community. Watch upgrade.umn.edu over the next couple of weeks for articles on payroll accounting, appointment data, and more. This is collaboration at its best!
  • The Portal team completed its first rough draft usability day and began engagements to show the rough draft and get feedback from the U community.
  • Nearly 1,600 people completed the second ESUP stakeholder survey which closed last week. Thank you to those of you who took the time to give us your feedback!

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