One compelling outcome they measured was the change in number of overtime or compensatory time hours paid with and without ePAF™. Before ePAF™, in 2007, they paid 859 over/comp hours from May to October. For the same months of 2008, using ePAF™, that number dropped to 105 hours - an 88% decrease! This translates to tens of thousands in hard-dollar savings.
Even more impressive is that their results include the time during which ePAF™ was still being rolled out - meaning that ePAF™ lightened the University's workload even during its phased implementation!
Many thanks to the University of Utah for sharing this very interesting information.