The OUC website has a new look … new features … and new functionality as we move into the new Content Management System (CMS) developed for CU System offices. Among the highlights:
We’ve redesigned our high-level navigation, using website analytics to determine faster, easier paths to the pages you visit (and search for!) the most. So: Training is now separated from FinProHelp and offers an efficient drop-down list to speed you to the instructions you want. The Procedures tab requires fewer clicks to open up the Accounting Handbook and University Fiscal Procedures. Events let you take in, at a glance, the schedule of OUC activities, such as Town Halls and Controller Meetings (and soon will identify FIN Upgrade meetings/informational functions as well).
Cognos Reporting System information is easier to find. Hover over the Reporting navigation tab and you’ll have the option to go straight to Carl’s popular resource, the m-Fin blog. While you’re there, be sure to sign up for the RSS feed to get his reporting news delivered straight to your inbox. (You can also subscribe to the regular OUC News blog – look for the icon at the top of each news page.)
We’ve also reorganized the Finance web page to present more logical groupings of (and labels for) Accounting Services and Finance System information.
The OUC home page – www.cu.edu/controller – includes quick links to Fundraising Events, as well as to the PeopleSoft FIN 9.2 Upgrade, our award-winning Annual Financial Report (and Illustrated Guide), OUC Metrics, and CUSP.
Our focus has been to offer you a website that is both appealing and useful. We hope you like what you see. Let us know: Send your feedback to Travis.Chilemi@cu.edu. Or leave a Comment here on the blog. We look forward to hearing from you.