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July 21, 2020

Getting Ready for Planon – Reserve Tools and Equipment

At today’s Getting Ready for Planon Call-in, the topic was Reserving Tools and Equipment. When Planon goes live in November. there are a few options: Technicians in the field will be able to view the calendar availability of tools and equipment using the Planon Mobile Field Services (PMFS) App The Head/Subhead will also be able […]

July 14, 2020

Getting Ready for Planon – Request Materials

At today’s Getting Ready for Planon Call-in, the topic was Requesting Materials. When Planon and Workday go live in November, technicians in the field will be able to put in a request for materials for stock or non-stock items using the Planon Mobile Field Services (PMFS) App. The materials request process will show whether an […]

July 9, 2020

Campus Administrators and Service Request Submissions via Planon

If you’re one of the hundreds of campus administrators who submit service requests for maintenance related activities, you’ll be familiar with the process in PeopleSoft today. When Workday replaces PeopleSoft on November 2, 2020, Planon will also go live as the new application to submit service requests for maintenance requests. The process will remain virtually […]

July 7, 2020

Getting Ready for Planon – Time Allocation to Work Orders

At today’s Getting Ready for Planon Call-in, the topic was Time Allocation. When Planon and Workday go live in November, paper time cards will become a thing of the past in favor of electronic time cards and self-service absence requests. Staff will use both Planon and Workday depending on the activities as below: Time Entry […]

July 2, 2020

Business Process Review Workshops Begin

The implementation of Planon creates an opportunity to review long-standing business processes for streamlining to align with Planon-delivered business processes. From July 7 to August 7, a series of 20 workshops will be facilitated by the EMMS Functional team to review key changes and efficiency gains for the go forward business processes with Phase 1 […]