Connect with ASMP

ASMP provides many ways for campus to engage and connect with the program. Below you will find links to find more information, how to contact the program, and self-service blogs, articles, videos, and newsletters to help you prepare for new administrative systems, business processes, and technical architecture.

Updates

Subscribe

ASMP Updates

Sign up for frequent updates about the progress of all ASMP projects.

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ASMP Town Halls

The quarterly Town Hall is open to all University employees. All Town Halls are archived and video is available for each meeting.

Newsletter

ASMP Newsletter

This newsletter is sent to all University employees. Peruse our archive of previous newsletters.

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IT FYI Series

The IT FYI series provides an opportunity for the ASMP technical projects to communicate about new products and services to the Administrative IT community. All ASMP FYIs are archived and video is available from each meeting.

Newsletter

Admin IT Newsletter

Subscribe to the Admin IT Newsletter to receive updates on technical aspects of ASMP, including retirement of the mainframe, new technical services and offerings, information on data and reporting, and integrations.

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Student Information System Updates

Subscribe to receive updates on our efforts to select and implement a new Student Information System.

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MyUT Portal Updates

Subscribe to receive updates on implementation of the new student Online Experience Portal, MyUT.

Sites & Blogs

Website

ASMP Website

Visit the ASMP website for information on the history and scope of the ASMP program and information and resources from the various ASMP projects.

Blog

ASMP Blog

Visit the ASMP Blog to search for articles and resources about the various ASMP projects. Articles are easily sorted by keyword and categories to help you find the information quickly. All ASMP updates and newsletters are also archived in the blog.

Newsletter

Admin IT Newsletter

Subscribe to the Admin IT Newsletter to receive updates on technical aspects of ASMP, including retirement of the mainframe, new technical services and offerings, information on data and reporting, and integrations.

Wiki

Admin IT Wiki

This wiki is designed to assist administrative IT staff with the transition to new services and offerings, and to provide resources on the retirement of the University mainframe. This wiki requires an EID for login and access to UT Wikis.

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Workday

Visit the Workday website for resources, job aids, Workday terminology, and information to help prepare you for the transition to this new cloud-based system for Human Resources, Payroll, and Financials. All Workday training materials will be housed here.

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UTLearn

UTLearn is the University’s first campus-wide employee training management system. Visit the UTLearn website to login to UTLearn and for resources on using the system.

Projects

Payroll

HCM/Payroll

The HCM/Payroll project is coordinating and supporting the University-wide effort to replace the existing human resources and payroll system with Workday, a modern, cloud-based system. The HCM/Payroll team works with many campus stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts across campus to lend expertise in the configuration and design of Workday.

Financials

Financials

The Financial Management team is coordinating and supporting the University-wide effort to replace the existing financial system with Workday, a modern, cloud-based system. The Financials team also is developing new business processes and a Financial Data Model, a multi-dimensional structure of Workday that will replace our traditional Chart of Accounts.

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Technical Architecture

The Technical Architecture team provides the production and development environments for the University to support cloud, package, and custom applications for administrative units and their interfaces. University administrative developers can focus their IT skills on solving business problems, not deciphering architecture, tools, and environments.

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Application Modernization

The Application Modernization (App Mod) team is coordinating and supporting the University-wide effort to transition more than 1,000 applications off the University mainframe. The App Mod team has worked with units across campus to conduct inventory of mainframe applications and help determine solutions and timelines for replacing those applications.

Data Management

Enterprise Data Management

The Enterprise Data Management (EDM) team ensures the availability and integrity of authoritative institutional data in support of critical, strategic, and operational functions throughout ASMP and beyond. The EDM team also is working to bring new data access tools and methods to campus along with clear data governance policies and procedures.

Integration

Integrations

The ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Integrations team provides the programmatic connections between Workday and other systems. These connections could be with vendors, non-mainframe applications, the Institutional Data Store, or mainframe applications.

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Student Administration

The Student Administration project will coordinate the effort to select and implement a Student Information System (SIS). In addition to a new system information system, the Student Administration project is responsible for implementation of the Student Online Experience Portal, called the "myUT" portal.

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Enterprise Readiness

From planning to implementation to operation, the Enterprise Readiness team is providing the tools, resources, and reinforcement needed to support the University in a smooth transition to new business processes, new systems, and a new technical architecture. This team leads communications, user readiness and training activities, and acts as a sounding board to collect information and feedback from campus.