UBI 5.0 released Wednesday, July 5!
Major Release - UBI 5.0 (July 2017)
On Wednesday, July 5, 2017, the UBI Team delivered the newest major release of the University Business Intelligence (UBI) reporting platform - UBI 5.0! The new release is a big step forward for the UBI reporting tool, adding three brand new SIS modules, two new LD History modules, and updates to two existing modules.
December Sunset For Discoverer SIS Reporting
Mark your calendars and set your reminders! The planned sunset for Discoverer SIS reporting is scheduled for December 31, 2017 - only six months away! As the sunset period approaches, the UBI Team is ready for assisting schools and departments across Grounds with adopting the dynamic new reporting environment.
August Date Selected for Initial Discoverer Sunset
We tend to think of the decommissioning of Discoverer of as a far-off event, but the sun will soon (gradually) set, and the time for users to transition to UBI for their reporting needs is now!
Major Release (April 2017)
The UBI team is excited to announce the latest major release of UBI which includes:
- *New* GA Summary BBA-Annual Budget (wide release)
- *New* Installment Funding Summary (wide release)
- *New* SIS GL Accounting Recon (limited release)
- Updates to GA Summary BBA
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Initial GL Modules Released
The UBI development team is pleased to release the initial modules related to GL reporting.
UBI & QA Data Warehouse
In parallel to the UBI rollout, the Data Architecture team started migrating ETL code to the QA Data Warehouse.
Major Release (January 2017)
After months in development and fastidious feedback from users, we’re excited to increase the functionality and datasets available within UBI for this release. The January release included:
UBI Release (September 2016)
Updates to Current GA Modules and Addition of Reference and Installment Modules
The latest UBI release is now available, and includes two new UBI modules and an update to the current GA modules.
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