06/07/2013 - UMB Extends eForms Success to Automate Personnel Actions
The University of Maryland, Baltimore, founding campus of the University System of Maryland, is in t... read more >>
The University of Maryland, Baltimore, founding campus of the University System of Maryland, is in the process of extending its GT eForms™ system to automate personnel actions with the implementation of ePAF™.
In 2011, UMB went live with a new Travel Expenses system developed with GT eForms™. The project proved a huge success and laid the groundwork for other eForms automation initiatives. With the experience and knowledge that it had gained on the Expenses eForms implementation, the University's internal project team has been able to assume responsibility for most of the technical work on the ePAF™ implementation. A senior functional analyst from Gideon Taylor has been retained to work with them on the business process mapping, configuration, and testing for the new system. It's been a great model for UMB, who plans to extend automation to more business processes in the future, and continue to do more on their own.
The project is scheduled to go live later this year, and will serve UMB's more than 5,000 employees.