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Online AOR in OMNI FACET Currently Being Piloted

Several academic departments across campus have begun participating in a pilot, using the online AOR (Assignment of Responsibilities) within the OMNI FACET module. The goal of the pilot is to ensure that the developed application meets the needs of the campus and is ready for rollout to all academic departments. The current plan is for the online AOR application to be used by all academic departments in early 2011, for the 2011-2012 AORs. ...More...

 

New Training Registration System Now Available in OMNI Employee Self-Service!

The Office of Training and Organizational Development has transitioned from the current TrainingServer Training Administration and Training Registration System to the OMNI Enterprise Learning Training Administration and Registration System. ...More...

 

New Version of UPK Gives Training a Facelift!

Oracle's User Productivity Kit, a training development tool currently used by FSU's training designers, has been upgraded to a new version! This new version produces a sleek, cutting-edge design for end-users and dramatically reduces development time! ...More...

 

FACET, FSU’s new Effort Reporting System is live and open for Fall 08 certifications!

We are excited to announce that the FACET effort reporting application within the OMNI HR system is now open for Fall 2008 exempt effort certification. ...More...

 

OBI Upgrades to New Release!

In conjunction with the OMNI Financials upgrade to 9.0, we successfully completed an upgrade of OMNI Business Intelligence (OBI) to the latest release. One of the primary benefits from this upgrade is the increased stability and reliability of the application. ...More...

 

OMNI Survey Results

In January 2009, a survey was sent to faculty and staff asking them to provide feedback on their use and experience with OMNI. There was a 41% response rate, with almost 600 respondents. The survey results have been tabulated and analyzed, and can be accessed via the link below. ...More...

 

Payroll Benefit Refund Checks Now Send via Direct Deposit to Employees!

On a bi-weekly basis, Payroll Services processes a pay cycle designated specifically for benefit refunds due. Starting with the refund cycle dated May 12, 2009, Payroll Services, partnering with ERP, enhanced the refund process to begin sending the refunds via direct deposit to employees. ...More...

 

OMNI Financials 9.0 Upgrade is Live!

Welcome to OMNI Financials 9.0! We successfully completed the upgrade from Financials 8.9 to 9.0 and went live as planned on April 6, 2009. ...More...

 

OMNI Training Site Now Available!

The new OMNI Training site has just been released! This site is the central house for all OMNI Training materials, including Human Resources, Financial, and Reporting training. ...More...

 

Position Detail Reports Now Available in OBI!

The Position Detail Report may now be run in OBI! This report is a tool available for department representatives and managers that identifies filled and vacant positions within each department (or departments). ...More...

 

University Launches Annual Total Compensation Statement

The Human Resource Department has asked ERP to develop the Universities first Total Compensation Statement. ...More...

 

Leave Payouts Visible on Electronic Timesheets

The Human Resources ERP Team set up values so Human Resources Time & Labor and the Dean of Faculties began entering leave payouts for terminated employees on Timesheets. ...More...

 

Daily Department Ledgers Now Available in OBI!

Departmental Ledger reports may now be run in the OBI reporting tool, accessible via the OMNI portal page under OBI Reporting. ...More...

 

FSU 2009 HEUG Presentations

ERP is pleased to announce that the following employees have been invited to present information sessions at this year’s Higher Education Users Group Conference in March 2009. ...More...