Last week the QUASR Executive Steering Committee and Board Audit Committee confirmed December 2011 as the launch window for implementing the new HR PeopleSoft system at Queen’s.
Last week Queen’s achieved another major milestone in the effort to transform administrative support for the university’s academic mission.
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Two information sessions on using the new HR PeopleSoft system for student contracts have been scheduled for particular “communities of interest” on August 18th and 25th.
Financial Services has taken a number of steps to respond to increasing demands for support, training and communications following the implementation of the new Finance administration system four months ago.
An explanatory guide is now available to assist users in better understanding the various public queries available to general PeopleSoft GL Inquiry users.
The PeopleSoft Account Code Mapping channel, formerly available under the Services tab in the MyQueensU portal, will no longer be available as of April 7, 2010.
Starting Monday, March 29, Financial Services is introducing a new “one-window” model of support, for meeting the challenges of the new Finance Administrative Systems launched in December.
Financial reports are now up and running for operations and research users of the university’s new Finance administrative system. Anticipated since the system’s launch at the end of November, these reports have a new look and feel, and changes in format make them more informative and easy to use.
The university will introduce the first stages of a new student administration system later this year as part of the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement (QUASR) project. Students enrolling in classes after May 1, 2011, will be the first cohort to benefit from the new registration system.
Queen’s will be implementing the first phase of new human resources administrative systems this year, including payroll, as part of the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement project.
Last week, Queen’s launched Release 1 of its new finance administration system.
The implementation of the new Finance administrative system will bring a number of changes. Please consult this article for resources which will assist you in finding information, tools and methods of support to help make the transition easier.
Queen's will be launching a new Chart of Accounts on November 30th to bring a consistent, organized coding structure for all types of accounts, department codes, funds, programs and projects at Queen's.
A new Chart of Accounts will be launched in late November to bring a consistent, organized coding structure to all types of accounts, department codes, funds, programs and projects at Queen’s.
The week of Sept. 21, Queen’s Administrative Systems Replacement project (QUASR) is launching an active training program in anticipation of implementing a new financial system at Queen’s in November.
The first major step in fundamentally transforming how we do business at Queen’s is on schedule for this November, when the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement project will be introducing the initial phase of a new finance system.
Almost 200 people packed two town hall meetings over the past week to get a first look at the new Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement (QUASR) project system for student administration.
Queen’s has taken the next step in its transition to PeopleSoft as part of the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement (QUASR). In early May, 130 faculty and staff members who use finance and operating accounts began the important task of mapping minor codes. They are the first of a number of groups who will go through this process.
A multi-year project aimed at replacing Queen’s aging administrative systems is preparing for its first major milestone.
Three summer interns recently hired to help with the university’s administrative systems replacement are bringing a fresh student perspective to the project.
Queen’s is poised to replace its general ledger, procurement and accounts payable finance systems. The November launch is the first major milestone for the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement (QUASR) team.
The installation of the first instances of Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise applications marks another major step forward in the University’s administrative systems replacement project. The project will bring the University’s currently antiquated systems up to leading standards for Student, Human Resources, Finance and Research Administration.
The paint on the walls is barely dry, but the initial Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement (QUASR) project team members are hard at work in their new location.
Another significant milestone in the QUASR project has been reached with the confirmation of Deloitte Consulting as Queen’s system integration partner in the implementation of the University’s new administrative systems.
After receiving final approval from the Board of Trustees last month, Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement kicked into full gear January 9th with an event to launch the implementation phase of the project.
On Friday, December 5, the Queen's Board of Trustees gave its final approval to a major initiative to replace the University's administrative systems over the next three years.
We hope you will enjoy the new look and feel of the QUASR website.