Finance and Supply Chain
The Enterprise Project is a business transformation that will improve the Ohio State experience and advance operational excellence through Workday and other modern, effective services and technology.
Benefits for Finance and Supply Chain Professionals
Through modern systems and more efficient processes, the Enterprise Project will help you focus your work day on what matters most to you. For finance and supply chain professionals, that means implementing a modern, integrated administrative system with standard processes, a new reporting platform and more mobile access to data.
Enhanced auditing and reporting, featuring both structured and unstructured data, provides a more complete picture of the business.
Working with one system results in a single source of truth for financial data, decreasing discrepancies and building better relationships across campus.
Streamlined and standardized processes, coupled with modern systems, will make Ohio State a leader in efficient business operations.
Finance and Supply Chain FAQs
What financial and supply chain processes and systems are changing?
How can I get involved in the Enterprise Project?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can get involved.
Resources for Finance and Supply Chain Professionals
- Video: Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer Michael Papadakis, describes the business transformation and how will affect finance stakeholders at Ohio State
- Finance and Supply Chain Scope and Vision
- Communication Toolkit
- Enterprise Project Timeline
Finance and Supply Chain News
The Enterprise Project has identified several Workday concepts that will be important for Finance and Supply Chain Management (SCM) professionals to know. These high-level topics will help core users begin to understand foundational concepts they will find in Workday, the future system for the university's finance, human resources, payroll and student information.
Looking ahead, a handful of project initiatives are slated to launch this year prior to the university’s first release of Workday in 2020. High-level project efforts throughout the year include revising university policies, testing business processes and developing change management strategies.
Faculty and staff from across the university and Wexner Medical Center are starting to receive a first glimpse of Workday through "Workday 101" sessions. Core users, those who will leverage Workday most often in their daily work, are the first audience to be engaged in these brief demonstrations.