The webinar will provide an overview of the functionality delivered with KPME Time, including a live demonstration of key features within the system. KPME Time is the first module release of Kuali People Management for the Enterprise, the Kuali HR/Payroll project. KPME Time is a web-based system for recording hours worked, hours in pay status, and absent time in an easy-to-use, always accessible, web-based interface. KPME Time can accommodate multiple jobs, pay types, and pay cycles based on the employee’s active appointments, and will calculate all special rates of pay such as overtime, shift differential, as well as premium and holiday pay.
KPME is being developed collaboratively by Vivantech, Indiana University, Iowa State University, and Colorado State University, and includes payroll, time and attendance, leave management, human resources core transactions, benefits administration, and position management. “As with all Kuali modules, KPME benefits from being designed and developed by a very knowledgeable team within higher education, the same people who use the software,” added Ozden.
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Vivantech is a premier developer of enterprise grade, open-source administrative software and an active member of the Kuali community, having worked on Kuali implementation projects since 2007. The company is also the first Kuali Commercial Affiliate to implement a Kuali Mobility app, the only company to provide complimentary KFS, and Kuali Coeus (KC) sandboxes. Vivantech offers Kuali in the cloud services, assessment and implementation consulting, quality assurance, training, and project management for Kuali. Known for excellence and innovation, Vivantech’s solutions are used in higher education, research institutions, non-profit organizations, and related sectors. Vivantech is privately held and headquartered in San Diego, CA. vivantech.com.
The Kuali Foundation is a non-profit organization that coordinates the efforts of colleges and universities to develop and sustain administrative software to meet the needs of all sizes of higher education institutions, from small colleges to large research universities. The Kuali Foundation began in 2004 as a cooperative effort among partners and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop an open-source financial system. Success with the Kuali Financial System led to additional pooled investment projects, including Kuali Coeus for Research Administration, Kuali Student, Kuali Rice, Kuali Open Library Environment, Kuali People Management for the Enterprise, Kuali Mobility Enterprise and Kuali Ready, with coordination by the independent, not-for-profit Kuali Foundation, Inc. The software developed by Kuali projects is available, without fee, for anyone to use or modify under the Educational Community License. kuali.org.
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