Project Type: Streamline Administrative Overhead
All employees at the University use TIM, the University’s time reporting and accruals system, making it the most widely used administrative system at the University. TIM is the University’s branding for a product called “Workforce Central,” which is made by the company UKG. Workforce Central is approaching end-of-life and needs to be replaced. The TIM 2.0 project will replace Workforce Central with another product by UKG called “Data Dimensions,” which has similar or better features. … Read More about TIM (Time Information Management) 2.0.
Phase I of Carolina Talent Performance was implemented last year, but the performance appraisals were still being done on paper forms. For the 2021-2022 performance period, we are implementing online performance appraisals in Carolina Talent along with with additional changes related to: Second level manager signatures HR checkpoint review step Employee Self Assessments Automation of currently manual task creation Non-compliance reporting and procedure Comments on Development Plans
The purpose is to move all ConnectCarolina training and training registration for permanent employees into Carolina Talent, the source of record for training at the University. We will also be moving training registration for temporary and student employees and affiliates in the UNC Event Registration system and determine a solution for where temporary and student employees and affiliates will take ConnectCarolina online training, since they can’t access Carolina Talent. The anticipated start date is 2/14/2022… Read More about Transitioning ConnectCarolina Training into Carolina Talent.
Phase one of the Background Check project went live in May 2021, but a second phase is needed. Phase two has multiple parts. First, our contract with CastleBranch, the existing Background Check vendor, ends in December 2021. We’ve chosen InfoMart as the University’s new vendor, so phase two will switch all integrations from CastleBranch to InfoMart. This phase needs to be completed by the end of this calendar year. The second part of phase two… Read More about Background Check Phase Two.
The PHP platform that the Software Distribution service operated on was no longer supported by the vendor, so this project upgraded the platform. The project also transitioned support of the service from ITS Infrastructure and Operations to the University Services team in ITS Enterprise Applications.
The Remedy application infrastructure has been running on unsupported versions of BMC Remedy AR Server, Oracle DB, Java, and Linux OS, which is a risk for ITS while also consuming team resources to maintain. The purpose of this project is to transition all remaining Remedy applications to other supported ServiceNow applications or application platforms. This project needs to be completed by mid-October at the latest to prevent renewal of the Unix Support contract for another… Read More about Remedy Decommissioning.