Aug 16, 2019 | Atlanta, GA
By now, you may have heard the way we are doing business at Georgia Tech is changing. Here is an opportunity for all employees to learn more about those changes and how they will impact day-to-day work at Tech.
You are invited to attend the Transformation Expo — an information fair designed to help employees understand each of Georgia Tech's current campuswide transformations: Workday, OneUSG Connect, LITE, and ServiceNow. The expo will take place on September 5 from noon to 3 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.
Here is a recap of the current Georgia Tech transformations that representatives will be on hand to lead activities on and answer questions about:
- Workday – We updated Georgia Tech’s legacy financial system to a cloud-based program.
- OneUSG Connect – We are streamlining the Institute’s human resources system with the University System of Georgia OneUSG Connect initiative.
- LITE Enterprise Reporting – We are providing trusted, consistent, and accurate data and reports for decision-making.
- ServiceNow – We are introducing a central hub where employees can access step-by-step instructions (job aids) for various campus systems including information technology, financials, Coda building support, and human resources. Employees will use ServiceNow to submit service tickets for help and may call to speak to a program representative for support.
Register today to attend the Transformation Expo!
Remember, these transformations will impact every employee at every level within Georgia Tech including faculty, staff, student employees, affiliates, Tech Temps, and contracted workers. For instance, all financial processes — from grants, to expenses, to financial accounting — are now managed through Workday. Similarly, when fully realized, all human resource transactions — from recruiting and onboarding to retirements and terminations — will be managed through OneUSG Connect.
Join us at the Transformation Expo to learn from the teams helping the Institute Create the Next business platforms for Georgia Tech.