The Research Administration Modernization Project (RAMP) will host virtual vendor demonstrations later this summer.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) will slow its request to the Board of Regents to authorize moving the program into Phase 1.
The Administrative Transformation Program’s (ATP’s) Director Nick Tincher and Executive Steve Kish detail ATP’s accomplishments to date and describe the program’s upcoming plans.
All University of Wisconsin faculty and staff are invited to join the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) on February 26 for the latest program update.
Members of the University of Wisconsin’s administrative communities came from near and far to participate in ATP’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software demonstrations on January 14–17 and 21–24.
All University of Wisconsin employees are invited to watch cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor demonstrations via livestream.
In the role of HR Core Team Lead for ATP, Patrick Sheehan is responsible for leading the HR Core and Design Teams, which are tasked with developing recommendations for revised business processes, roles, accountability structures, …
Laurent Heller, Robert Cramer and Nick Tincher presented a comprehensive Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) update to an audience of University of Wisconsin–Madison and UW System stakeholders. Watch the video here.
An experienced campus administrative and technology leader has been named director of an effort to transform and modernize University of Wisconsin–Madison’s core administrative processes.
The University of Wisconsin System and UW–Madison are launching an initiative to upgrade and modernize core administrative processes that support an increasingly complex teaching and research environment.