What are you using that's moving to Workday?
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Wondering if you'll be using Workday when it launches July 1, 2019? The answer is yes. If you'd like to know how, there is a comprehensive list of functions in ISU's current systems that are moving to the cloud-based software platform.
Employees can see the functions on a downloadable spreadsheet -- sortable by system name and more -- now available on the WorkCyte website. AccessPlus and ADIN are gateways to more than 40 systems with financial, human resources and payroll functions moving to Workday. It's an upgrade for processes running on systems developed decades ago. The oldest are inventory and purchasing vendor index systems in use since 1977 and 1978, respectively.
All employees will be using Workday in some way, with access to functions specific to them (for example, benefits selection and W-2 forms). Functions in systems such as Kuali and PeopleAdmin also will move to Workday, with employee access based on position responsibilities and reporting hierarchy.
Examples of system functions moving to Workday include:
- Benefits open enrollment
- Electronic letters of intent
- Vacation and sick leave
- Personnel information (for example, address changes)
- Equipment inventory
- Kuali Financial (all system functions)
- PeopleAdmin (all system functions)
- Purchase orders
- Tracytime and ADIN time entry
Some central IT systems are NOT moving to Workday next summer, for example:
- Student information systems
- Accounts receivable
- Tuition reimbursement
- Student Scholar Health Insurance Program (SSHIP)
- Kuali Coeus
- GoldSheet (pre-award grants)
- How will Workday change what you do? March 1, 2018
- Employee reporting hierarchy sets foundation for Workday, Aug. 24, 2017
- WorkCyte: Out with the old, in with the new, May 4, 2017