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The Business Applications team support third-party application integration for several academic departments and business offices. Examples of software include CourseLeaf, OnBase,Terminal4, and TerraDotta.

TWU provides a searchable directory of faculty, staff, and student employees. There is also a directory search by department.

Technology coordinates mailing lists associated with HR records for faculty, staff, students, adjunct faculty, GTAs, etc. Lists are also broken-down by department and by campus.

Texas Woman's University Department of Public Safety uses a variety of methods to alert students, faculty, and staff in case of a significant emergency on a campus.

Texas Woman's IT Solutions works with supervisors and departments to ensure that new employees have the technology and access they need as quickly as possible.

Departments and components may request activation of a phone bank to use for outreach and/or fundraising.

TWU classrooms are designed to meet the varied needs of the faculty, students and departments across the University. Classroom technology hardware serves as a medium to accentuate, enhance, and facilitate pedagogy.

Sometimes off-the-shelf software cannot meet the unique and complex requirements of a department, group, or business organization. TWU’s team of experienced developers and project coordinators can help, whether the need is a minor adjustment to existing software or the implementation of a major system.

After IT Solutions completes a custom application on behalf of a Department or Group, extensive testing is required to ensure that the application both functions as desired and has the look and feel wanted.

In addition to primary support with the Oracle "Phoenix" E-Business Suite (Budget, Finance, & HR) system, Enterprise Applications can provide "out of the box" support to meet the unique requirements of a TWU department, group, or business organization--whether the need is a minor adjustment to the existing software or the implementation of a new product, new screen/form, report, or process.

Microsoft Outlook allows for the creation of email-based “public folders” that can be shared among a group of TWU employees. The shared email service is typically used by departments that need a general email address, by student organizations and clubs to share information, and by workgroups large and small to collaborate with co-workers.

Printing is available through network printers (owned or leased). Open access computer lab printers are managed by GoPrint stations that are used to track and release print requests.

Client Services employs a dedicated team of technicians to ensure stable operation of all TWU computer labs and computer classrooms.

To submit Academic Agreements for review and/or Provost signature including clinical and non-clinical affiliation agreements, Research and Sponsored Program Agreements, MOUs for academic purposes, and all other agreements that support the academic functions of the University, but that do not require the payment of money. Additionally, you may request Office of General Counsel assistance in creating a completely new contract from scratch, if necessary.

Enterprise Applications teams support third-party application integration for student information systems. Examples of software include Canvas and Hobson's Connect.