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Weill Business Gateway
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Weill Business Gateway services as the primary administrative system for all Weill Cornell Medical College units. WBG houses three primary modules, with multiple functions within each.
Researchers, administrators, and staff can manage the financial information for their unit through multiple financial modules in WBG. Funds and Grant Management allows review of the status and balance of individual accounts, review of transactions, and execution of a variety of reports to make strategic business decisions. Auxilliary Billing allows for internal chargebacks for services, while the Space Inventory module allows review of space utilization to assist with grant reporting.
The Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) module of SAP allows users to manage procurement workflow for their departments. Users can create, manage, and approve shopping carts. Also available within WBG Purchasing, SciQuest (our collaborative supplier management system) houses a selection of vendors who work directly with WCMC, often offering special Cornell pricing and discounts.
Human Capital Management
The core Human Resources/Payroll administrative tasks are handled through the HCM module. The processes currently covered include position management, employment processing, changes to employment, time entry and approval, benefits administration, payroll processing, payroll posting, and HR/Payroll reporting.
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