HR Information Dashboard Portlets

A session at Open Apereo 2013 Conference (Jasig & Sakai)

Tuesday 4th June, 2013

3:00pm to 3:45pm (PST)

> University of Wisconsin - Madison has developed a suite of portlets that display a dashboard into the university's HR system. Employees can view pay stubs, tax statements, benefits enrollment information, time recording, and their contact information. Managers can view pending employee time management tasks such as approving absence, payable time and leave requests. The portlets have existing integration implementations with PeopleSoft HR and Cypress, a document management solution, but are pluggable to be usable with any backend data source.

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Tim Levett

IS Portal Specialist

Levett is a Software Engineer working for the University of Wisconsin - Madison on the uPortal infrastructure team. The teams primary focus is on maintaining and upgrading the uPortal framework, and also empowering other departments on developing portlets. Tim has a background in Java development and database administration. Tim holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Western Michigan University.

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Eric Dalquist

IS/IT Portal Consultant

Eric is the lead developer on the uPortal project and technical lead of UW-Madison's MyUW portal project. He has been involved with Apereo (formarly Jasig) since 2004 and has participated or lead the development of many portal related projects around the organization.

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  • Dave Derderian
  • Eric Dalquist
  • Eric Goldman
  • jameswennmacher
  • Tim Levett

3 trackers

  • Aaron Grant
  • Jim Helwig
  • Kai Wittpennig

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Time 3:00pm3:45pm PST

Date Tue 4th June 2013


Topaz, The Westin San Diego

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