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In 2010, the State of New York and CMA embarked on a significant business transformation project, known as the Statewide Financial System (SFS), to replace the 30-year-old Central Accounting System. The new SFS created a standardized financial system for NYS Agencies.
Through this transformation project, NYS achieved key business benefits, including improved financial controls, enhanced availability and value of data to different stakeholder groups, streamlined business processes, and elimination of redundant systems.
This project involved the implementation of PeopleSoft Financials, and comprised the following application components:
PeopleSoft Enterprise Financials Software: General ledger, receivables, payables, asset management (aka fixed asset accounting), cash management, deal management, financials portal pack, and internal controls enforcer.
Enterprise ESA Software: Project costing, contracts, grants, expenses (aka Expense Management), and ESA portal pack.
Enterprise EPM Financials/ESA Analytics Software: Scorecard (aka Enterprise Scorecard), and EPM portal pack.
Enterprise Supply Chain Management Software: Billing, purchasing, eSupplier connection, strategic sourcing, and supply chain portal pack.
Enterprise EPM Supply Chain Analytics Software: Supplier rating system
Enterprise Portal Software: Enterprise Portal
Enterprise Performance Management Software: Performance management warehouse (aka Enterprise Warehouse)
PeopleSoft Enterprise Tools Software: PeopleTools 8.49, and PeopleTools Mobile Agent
Other Technology: IBM P5, AIX 5.3, Oracle Database 10g, Quest STAT, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Plus
CMA has implemented many enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions across New York State. Including for:
Onondaga County needed a partner to implement its new Enterprise Management System. In October 2010 Onondaga County embarked on a large system implementation project which, when completed, will replace current Financial, Budgeting, and Human Resources systems. The County is teaming with CMA on this important initiative.
CMA’s unique approach goes beyond mere implementation and support efforts, and includes a number of elements designed to ensure that the County achieve the ROI envisioned and the ability to manage these new systems without extensive ongoing external contractor support.