Responsible for applications and systems used to support Ellucian ERP and local development. Examples include Application DBA services, Enterprise Application Security, Confluence, Jira, and Luminis Portal (WebRaider/Raiderlink).
Business Analyst/Quality Analyst (BA/QA)
This team works to ensure quality is built into software applications developed by Information Systems. Business Analysts work with the design of all new projects ensuring the resulting application increases the overall experience and efficiency of Texas Tech. Quality Analysts aid in testing software applications by supplying automated testing services to ensure applications work as designed.
Systems in this area support the administrative processes supporting the educational
goals of Texas Tech. Applications include Student Registration, Billing, Financial
Aid, Admissions, and Recruit.
Local application development is an important initiative for student systems and provides for specific needs.
Student data integration between TTUS IS and Central IT and functional departments of Texas Tech is important work for the TTUS IS Student Systems team. A few examples are Learning Management Systems, Classroom Scheduling Systems, Texas Common Application, and Texas State Reporting (Texas Connection Consortium).
Fiscal systems support applications servicing Finance and HR/Payroll/Budget.
Finance systems encompass financial processes such as general accounting, payables processing, procurement, contracting, travel/expense reporting.
HR/Payroll/Budget systems encompass employee data, Budgeting, Electronic Personnel Action Forms, Web-based Time Entry, Web-based Leave Reporting, and Payroll processing as examples.
Integrations play a key role in the work of the Fiscal Systems teams. A few examples are Applicant Tracking System, SciQuest, Texas State Reporting (Texas Connection Consortium).
Local development for fiscal systems supports Texas Tech specific needs for Finance and HR/Payroll/Budget departments.
TTUS Information Systems endeavors to use cutting edge development practices and latest software technology. This team is responsible for discovering the latest trends and best practices to improve the department's development operations.
Rapid Development Team
The Rapid Development Team is responsible for development or major enhancements of domain independent projects. Examples include State Employee Charitable Campaign, EEO, Risk Management, Vehicle Operator System, and MuPPET – a tool that will be used to resolve multiple identities mistakenly entered into the Enterprise ERP applications.