March 2020 Newsletter
Although our workdays and collaborations look a bit different, your Ignite team wants to reassure you that the Ignite project is in great shape! We are on track for go-live June 2020, and we are excited about continuing progress toward that goal over the upcoming weeks.
This issue covers: NEW virtual training, Ignite campus roles, and details about transition dates as we move toward go-live.
Want to know more? Check out the refreshed Ignite website anytime.
As we approach June, Ignite training has pivoted to virtual mode and preparations are in full swing. You can find the training you need on the front page in the “Find Help” section on the Ignite website. All training is being developed to be completed online. If you have questions, please reach out to your Ignite Business Officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Business Officers are a tremendous resource! We all have an important stake in the success of Ignite. Thank you for your continuous support.
Who is involved? Ignite Campus Roles
Several new roles have been defined as a part of the Ignite implementation. These roles include a variety of different responsibilities and range from what general employees can do to newly assigned system duties based on roles such as Department Approver. Click here to see the full list of Ignite Campus Roles. You also will be able to see the people assigned to perform roles within your division.
Ignite Transition: Key Dates
No well-planned project is ever complete without a list of deadlines! There are many dates and deadlines that the campus will need to be aware of and abide by to make the Ignite launch successful. In addition to the important fiscal year-end dates, we have additional specific Ignite transition dates to ensure the transfer of data meets the mark. Click here to get more information and prepare for the upcoming transition.
How Ignite Benefits You: Single Sign-On
Ignite will allow you to log in with one set of credentials to access the entire Ignite system. All users will log in with their Baylor BearID and password, using Duo. No separate login name or password to remember! Firefox, Chrome and Safari are all supported on both Windows and MacOS. Edge on Windows is also supported. Single sign-on creates many benefits:
- Reduces password confusion
- Simplifies your username and password management
- Increases speed where it is needed most
- Eases the need for help desk support
- Consolidates access to functionality currently requiring multiple system logins into just the Ignite login
Six Guiding Principles: Transparency & Inclusion
The decisions around Ignite have been driven by adhering to the Six Guiding Principles of the project. By focusing on one area each month, we will highlight how these principles have been put into practice. The fourth principle is Transparency & Inclusion.
Throughout the Ignite project, the project team has worked to involve campus constituents as sharable information was available and to take feedback to improve future communications. Click here to read more.
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