Farewell to Project Transform Sponsor Professor Karen Cox

Professor Karen Cox will leave The University of Nottingham at the end of July 2017 to take up her new and exciting role as sixth Vice-Chancellor and President at the University of Kent in August. Project Transform Programme Director, Ian Leitch, said: “Karen has been the programme sponsor for Project Transform since it first began …

Enquiries part two – Assigning an enquiry

In this mini-series of posts we are walking you through some of the specific functionalities available within the system that comprises GoLive 2. In the last post we looked at receiving and responding to an enquiry in the Enquiry Centre. In this post we will be looking at assigning an enquiry to a member of …

Tracking the progress of a Hotline query

The Transform Hotline is available on 0115 95 16677, option 3 to take queries and issues in relation to GoLive 2. For example, if you’re having trouble carrying out a particular process within the new system, or if you think you may have encountered a technical glitch, you can log your query here and the …

Project Transform Academic Staff Survey

Earlier this year Project Transform conducted a survey amongst Academic staff regarding administrative tasks related to the student journey. A significant number of responses were received, providing detailed information that will be of substantial use in the design of new processes, team structures, the physical layout of the new premises, and communications between staff and …

What do our students want?

Last November we told you all about Student Engagement within Project Transform. It is vital to us that we take on board students’ feedback about their University experience in order to ensure that our systems and processes reflect what our students want. This was of particular importance during our work surrounding Organisation Design and one …

Video blog: Taidhgh O’Regan – Business continuity

One of the many areas of work that Project Transform has been focusing on over the last few months is business continuity. There has been a lot of activity going on both behind the scenes and with colleagues from around the University to form business continuity plans for the institution but one of the first …

Video blog: Andrew Kemp – What is GoLive 2?

As the second launch of Project Transform’s solutions, GoLive 2 is due to be rolled out next Monday 28 September. It will include CRM (customer relationship management) and UK undergraduate admissions received through UCAS. Andrew Kemp, Project Transform’s Transformation Director, took some time to explain a little bit more about GoLive 2 and the various …

Meet the MyNottingham workstream

Welcome to the fourth post in our new blog series entitled ‘Meet the workstream’. In each of these posts we will focus on a different workstream belonging to the larger Project Transform Process Design team, of which there are five – Admissions, CRM, Student Records, Student Finance and MyNottingham. You’ll learn a bit about who …

What makes a user a Super User?

As we approach GoLive 2, the next major release of our new student records system, the role of the Super User is becoming increasingly significant. So far Project Transform’s Super Users have supported system testing; in the future we will be calling on them for much more. What is expected of Super Users post-GoLive? Immediately …

MyNottingham Demo

MyNottingham is the access point to the new software solutions delivered by Project Transform. It will be used by applicants and staff (GoLive 2) and also by students (GoLive 3). Interfacing with Campus Solutions, Campus CRM and eDocs, it provides a user-friendly experience. This short video offers some insight into the design and functionality of …