AlertUR is the University's emergency notification system. In the event of an emergency, alerts are sent to the University community by phone call, text message, or email. All students and employees are automatically enrolled with their University email address. You can opt to provide other contact information by logging in to the system with your NetID.
Blackboard (Learning Management System)
Blackboard is a virtual hub for student services that provide access to online course materials, grades, organizations, accounts, and many other academic and campus services.
Dimensions is a workforce management tool that provides a flexible interface easily accessed via a web browser (i.e. Chrome) or a mobile device. In phase one of the Dimensions rollout, all current MSS users at Strong and Highland Hospitals will begin using Dimensions for advanced scheduling. At FF Thompson, Dimensions will be used for timekeeping, basic and advanced scheduling.
Electronic File Management (OnBase)
OnBase integrates document management, workflow processing, and records management. It allows you to scan, store, index, and retrieve any paper documents, emails, multimedia, and many other types of files.
Enterprise architecture identifies the principles and standards by which an enterprise will organize itself to most effectively achieve its business goals. Architects will consult with individuals and departments to develop a streamlined approach to guide technology, information, business, and solutions standards throughout the University.
General Encumbrance Management System (URGEMS)
URGEMS is a general encumbrance management tool used to track and manage transaction details that shadow the UR Financials system, both grant and non-grant.
Grant Management System (COEUS)
COEUS is a database system that contains proposal and award information for sponsored programs. Reporting is available through the Data Warehouse.
Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
The Human Resource Management System (HRMS) allows you to access payroll, benefits, and recruiting information. It also supports time keeping and attendance tracking for staff and students through the Kronos clocks that are installed in many University workspaces.
Institutional Data Definitions (Business Glossary)
The business glossary provides authoritative definitions for institutional data related to clinical, administrative, research, and instructional activities. The Data Cookbook hosts the glossary online and provides a forum for communicating with data experts and users. This central resource creates reliability and consistency in reporting and systems across the University.
Institutional Data Reporting (Cognos)
Cognos offers drag-and-drop report building to summarize and organize institutional data from the Data Warehouse. Cognos tools include Query Studio, Workspace Advanced, and Report Studio.
Institutional Data Visualization (Tableau)
Tableau allows users to make ‘visual sense’ of data and through the use of interactive controls, such as filters and parameters, a user can see various aspects of a data set. It is available as a desktop application or as a limited web interface application. The desktop application is available to purchase through University IT ( click on the Request button below).
Integration Platform (Boomi)
The integration platform allows users to build, deploy, and manage integrations between databases, applications, and software-as-a-service both on premise and in the cloud. The platform can be utilized for self-service integration development, or University IT offers integration development services.
Parking Management System
The parking system manages online parking permits, citations, gates, and intercoms.
Piazza is a free, online gathering place where students can ask, answer, and explore 24/7, under the guidance of their instructors. Students as well as instructors can answer questions, fueling a healthy, collaborative discussion.
University IT can assist you with quality assurance (QA) and testing of your applications. QA services include test strategy and planning, use case identification, exploratory testing, manual testing, automated testing, and browser emulation.
Reporting and Analytics (Institutional Data Warehouse)
University IT will consult with you on the use of reporting tools and resources, data gathering processes, proof-of-concept reporting, visualization creation, data analysis, and access to University data marts.
Space Management System (URSpace)
URSpace tracks physical space utilization and equipment inventory at the University, including who is assigned to a space, its square footage, and active equipment.
Talent Management System (MyPath)
MyPath is a companion system to HRMS. It brings together performance management, employee learning and development, competency assessments, and career planning into one suite of tools. MyPath is currently available to Medical Center employees and select staff in Central Administration. Faculty and remaining staff will begin using MyPath next year.
Timekeeping System (Kronos)
Kronos captures employee time swipes daily at 150+ time clocks and sends them to the Human Resources Management System (HRMS).
United Way Reporting
United Way Reporting supports the annual campaign by compiling employee pledge data and campaign statistics for reporting purposes.
UR Financials (Workday)
UR Financials (Workday) manages the University's financial and accounting activities. It currently supports chart of accounts, general accounting and reporting, fund accounting, post-award grant management, and accounts payable. Future developments will include billing and accounts receivable, budget development and forecasting, treasury, and encumbrance of expense.
UR Student (Workday)
UR Student (Workday) is the University's primary student administration system and supports the processes associated with a student's progression from admission through graduation; including, student records, registration, course rosters, grading, advising, and transcripts. UR Student will be used by all faculty and students and is accessible via a mobile app.
URSecurePay allows departments to securely accept credit card payments through University websites. Funds can be collected for goods and services, fees, and donations to the University.
Virtual desktop allows you to connect to software applications or a Windows desktop environment over the Internet, from anywhere and any device.
WebBudget supports budget development and forecasting as part of the budget process.