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The overarching goal of the Cornell Student Experience Initiative (CSEI) is to create a personalized, integrated, and coherent student experience by providing digital applications that help students explore and engage in the wealth of opportunities available to them.

Our vision has...Read more

Compare with Video Conferencing , which is a service offered by CIT that provides higher-quality connectivity between the Ithaca campus and Weill Cornell Medical and other sites.

CIT supports two web conferencing platforms:...Read more

What is PeopleSoft?

Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system is a comprehensive suite of solutions that Cornell uses to manage the student lifecycle. PeopleSoft Campus Solutions is used from recruiting and admissions to student services and alumni relations.

How Do I Access PeopleSoft?...Read more
OBIEE Answers Training

OBIEE Answers is the tool used to build an ad hoc query and associated views of the data, such as tables, pivots, or charts. It is the equivalent of using a Brio/Hyperion Model to build an ad hoc query or report. Together, the query and one or more views are referred to...Read more

Remedy is an application for tracking customer requests, inquiries, and support needs. Many campus service providers use it to bring visibility to their teams’ work inside Remedy’s collaborative environment. Using Remedy gets work out of email boxes and off of sticky notes, enabling service...Read more

Some software at Cornell is acquired through software licenses that are managed by the university. Some of these software licenses enable all faculty, staff, or students to use the software at no cost. Others limit who is eligible to use the software or have a fee. Each licensed product has its...Read more

The Enterprise Content Management Platform Service provides the infrastructure that supports and enables Cornell's Enterprise Content Management Service (ECM). ECM uses Hylands's Perceptive Content solutions, which encompass document management, electronic signatures, records and information...Read more

Cornell's Enterprise Content Management (ECM) service provides a central service for document storage, workflow automation, processing, archiving, and retention. Licensing and hosting for the service are centrally funded, with design and implementation guided and funded by units as they utilize...Read more

PCard Receipt Processing is a system used by Cornell's FTC (Financial Transaction Center) / BSC (Business Service Center) teams around campus for validating appropriate supporting documentation and policy compliance for bank-reported procurement card (PCard) transactions.

Receipts are...Read more

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