The Enterprise Project website's Workday calendar has been updated with key dates and deadlines related to Ohio State's Workday implementation, including the last dates the current systems will be available for specific tasks and transactions . Check the Workday calendar often to stay apprised of i mportant d ates as we approach January 2021 go-live. Each calendar item is tagged by impacted Ohio State entities , including Campus (academic campuses, College of Medicine and Office of Health Sciences), Health System and OSU Physicians (OSUP).
The Enterprise Project’s Salesforce implementation was successfully completed in May. Salesforce is a customer relationship management (CRM) system that will coordinate tailored engagement with prospective students and track specific touchpoints with current students.
In March, Ohio State leaders announced a six-month extension of the Workday implementation timeline and changes to the HR Service Delivery transition timing due to impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on the university community.
Workday HR, Payroll, Finance, and Supply Chain will go live at Ohio State during the week of January 3, 2021.
Due to the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on the university community, Ohio State leaders have extended the summer 2020 Workday implementation by six months. Enterprise Project leaders are revising plans to accommodate new implementation dates in December 2020 and January 2021.
With Workday, staff and faculty who supervise employees can efficiently complete their management tasks. Workday provides managers the opportunity to initiate and approve tasks related to the staff and faculty on their teams.
Want to find out more about Workday? Check out Ohio State’s traveling Workday booth! The booth will pop up in various locations across Ohio State, including the Wexner Medical Center and regional campuses. The Workday booth provides an opportunity to chat with Enterprise Project team members about the university’s transition to Workday.
This year, the Enterprise Project made note-worthy achievements in bringing exceptional service and modern technology to Ohio State. Advancing the foundational goal of operational excellence, here are just a few of the project accomplishments from 2019!
Compass will help create a better employee experience by helping the university and medical center community navigate the many paths at Ohio State. (Compass will not replace the medical center’s OneSource.) Compass will launch in January 2020 for faculty and staff, and will be released for students in 2021.
The implementation of Workday means there will be a new system for managing your employee information and the university’s institutional data. Faculty and staff will use Workday to view pay, select benefits and make purchases, just to name a few examples.