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The UDW+ Program will gradually replace the existing UDW architecture, which currently supports NYU reporting, with a flexible and integrated architecture that is more intuitive to the business users for ad hoc reporting and analytics*.

* Financial reporting has transitioned from Brio to UDW+ as of October 31st, 2013. Brio is no longer accessible for Financial Standard Reports or Financial Ad Hoc Reports (with the exception of a few departments and individuals). Please login to UDW+ for all your Financial Reporting needs.


UDW+ Roll-out Approach

Each project under the UDW+ Program is being rolled-out in a staggered approach to ensure a smooth transition. The rollout plan for each school and division is customized in partnership with the school or division's reporting representatives. Beginning with Core Users who certified the data, then Beta Users who tested the data, to Super Users who have been selected from each school/division to become in-house experts in the reporting data, business processes and system use, to Department Users, and so on, until all of the reporting users have transitions to UDW+.

UDW+ Financial Reporting and Analystics Staggered Rollout

A customized roll-out strategy has been determined for each school and division, in a phased approach.


Financial Reporting and Analytics Project:

Target Audience

The first project under the UDW+ Program is Financial Reporting and Analytics. This project has impacted the entire financial reporting community, consisting of approximately 2,500 users. Anyone who used Brio for financial reporting must have transitioned to UDW+ as of October 31st, 2013.

Deans, Department Heads, Principal Investigators, Grant Administrators, Fiscal Officers, executive leadership, and many others collaborated to design a variety of Financial Dashboards and Reports tailored to meet the needs and requirements of groups throughout the university.

 


Departmental Metrics:
Target Audience

The Departmental Metrics Dashboard profiles a department’s academic resources and activities for the department chair, the dean, and their support staff.

The Departmental Metrics Dashboard was originally created for selected academic departments identified by the Provost's Council on Science and Technology, and included information on the department's faculty and research staff, faculty achievements, proposal submissions, grants and students, as well as external comparative metrics. Due to popular demand, the Departmental Metrics Dashboard has been expanded and made available to all departments. Furthermore, additional pages have been added to provide information on doctoral time-to-degree and class enrollment.

The Departmental Metrics Dashboard is available to the chair of each department, department staff authorized by the chair, the department’s dean and authorized dean’s office staff.

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