The Finance/HR/Procurement Systems service provides an integrated, enterprise-wide system to facilitate financial management, human capital management, and procurement capabilities. The University has implemented SAP as the primary platform to deliver this service, along with several third party and internal systems.

Faculty and staff benefit by having one, central place to access data and perform essential finance, HR, and procurement transactions. Efficiency of the University’s administrative functions is optimized by the use of streamlined business processes and integrated data.

  • The BUworks Central Portal provides convenient, web-based access to most BUworks modules. Through the portal's Employee Self-service (ESS) tab, employees can view and update personal information, access benefit information, enter time, and view pay statements. Through the portal's Manager Self-service (MSS) tab, managers can create, view, modify, and approve changes to employee data within their area of responsibility.... more »

  • The BUworks Finance component provides a set of SAP and other applications designed to integrate the University’s financial management processes including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budget, operational procurement, research accounting functions. These systems support the financial planning and transactional functions for the University and provide the data for internal and external reporting via the SAP Business Warehouse and mainframe reporting systems.... more »

  • BUworks provides an SAP application for the purpose of managing key aspects of SAP system access and security controls. Included are tools to assist with account creation, powerful system access monitoring and logging capabilities, and segregation of duties controls.... more »

  • BUworks provides a set of SAP applications designed to integrate the University’s human capital management processes, including personnel administration, benefits administration, time management, and payroll.... more »

  • BUworks provides a set of SAP applications designed to integrate the University’s procurement processes.... more »

  • Cashier provides a variety of tools and interfaces to process cash, check, credit card and Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments and disbursements.... more »

  • Compensation, also known as the annual Merit Increase process, is a web-based system that allows departmental supervisors and managers to evaluate performance and recommend merit salary increases for their employees.... more »