Alan Matthews : Assoc. Vice President for Finance at University of Miami
Edward M Gillis:  Dean of Enrollment Management
Jack George: Deputy Chief Information Officer, Information Technology
Joe Natoli : Senior Vice President, Business and Finance
Justin Borroto : Chair - IT Advisory Board, Student Government  
Dr Mary Sapp : Assistant Vice President, Planning, Institutional Research, and Assessment
Scott Ingold: Associate Vice President & Registrar, Office of the Registrar
Steve Cawley : Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer


I am personally excited about the new student systems project. For everyone involved, it can be a transformational experience; a unique opportunity to participate in shaping the future of our business processes. “
- Alan Matthews:  Assoc. Vice President for Finance at University of Miami

Our entire division is excited about moving to PeopleSoft and have dedicated some of the best people to help with this important project.”
- Edward M. Gillis,  Dean of Enrollment Management

The PIDMS system has served us well for the past twenty-five-plus years but it’s time to move into the 21st Century and update our technology and the way we process student data. Although the ERP obviously won’t do everything “the way it’s always been done,” some of these changes will make our lives easier, some will require us to re-think and revise our processes in order to provide better service to students and faculty, and others will require a combination of creativity, flexibility, and cooperation to make the transition and subsequent use of the new system as successful as possible”
- Dr Mary Sapp - Assistant Vice President, Planning, Institutional Research, and Assessment

This is one of the most far-reaching projects in UM’s history and will not only upgrade the information technology that drives student, financial, and human resources systems—it will significantly transform the way we conduct business and provide services to our students, faculty, and staff.”
Jack George, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Information Technology

I can’t overemphasize the importance of the ERP project to the University.  Once completed, it will touch every student, faculty, and staff member at UM and often be a part of the first and last impression made by the University. “
- Joe Natoli, Senior Vice President, Business and Finance,

The changes that will be made to the old myUM system will make student processes, especially searching and registering for classes, a lot more efficient. Once implemented, it will finally allow for a class shopping cart feature, and a built-in course planner. The system combines different business processes to create consistency across the board and is designed with simplicity in mind, so that everything makes sense. Without losing any functionality, the changes will not only improve student life, but will also improve other campus operations such as admissions and financial aid. I am very excited about the implementation of the ERP Project, and I know that other students will be too!”
- Justin Borroto - Chair - IT Advisory Board, Student Government

I am very excited to be working on the Campus Solutions ERP project.  I am confident that all of the hard work going into this project will help to transform how the University of Miami functions.  Being able to play a role in helping to determine how staff can re-engineer their business practices in a way to improve services to students, faculty and staff is extremely rewarding”
- Scott Ingold : Associate Vice President & Registrar, Office of the Registrar

The ERP project is an integrated solutions approach in which leading-edge information technology is being integrated into all facets of UM’s core administrative systems. It’s one of several strategic initiatives to enhance teaching and learning, enable cutting-edge research, advance the clinical enterprise, and enrich the core business infrastructure at UM”
- Steve Cawley- Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer