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PSIG offers full cycle implementation and maintenance services for Parking management System to process vehicle registration, parking permit sales, and citation issuance/payments.
These services include project management, business analysis, technology/packaged software selection support, customer and user group education/facilitation, integrations with other enterprise applications and development of limited custom solutions to best extend the application of the packaged software to meet the business needs.
PSIG also serves as second level application support to Transportation & Parking Services, working closely with customer representatives to resolve any technical issues that may arise, engaging third party expertise as necessary.
Although the OIT Help Desk acts as the first line of support for these systems, DAS provides consulting and troubleshooting services for all these systems and acts as a liaison between the customer and OIT's EIS group in resolving issues.
OIT handles requests for new telephone service and changes in existing service (i.e., moving locations, needing additional features, changing hardware).
Faculty, staff and students may reserve a Polycom Conference Set to host a conference call for a group or may arrange a conference call (Meet Me Conference) using a directory number for a conference bridge that can accommodate up to 30 participants.
OIT maintains telephone service and repairs telephone instruments in offices, dorm rooms, and other campus locations. In special situations OIT staff may also be dispatched to help correct telephony problems in off campus University housing units.
Athletics -- The Athletics NCAA Eligibility system automates many of the business processes necessary to ensure the University's and student athletes' compliance with NCAA regulations.
Every year, students fill out and submit compliance forms which cover eligibility issues such as amateur status, drug test consent, scholarships received, and past employment. Supporting data is received from the Financial Aid and Student systems.
Princeton compliance officers use the system to track form completion, follow up on potential eligibility violations, and enter academic performance information which is required for eligibility
The system track eligibility for all Athletics coaches and support staff.
Coaches use the system to manage their rosters and to know who is eligible to play on game days.
The Athletics business office uses the roster lists to manage travel and meal requirements
The Athletics trainers and Health Services use the system to track and notify students for their required physicals.
The Athletics administrators use the system to track awards such as varsity letters and life passes.
The Development office receives athletic participation information to further their fundraising activities.
The New Media Center (NMC) provides a multimedia laboratory for the Princeton academic community to access cutting edge digital media technologies and receive instruction in their use.
Tiger Card Paw Points -- This application will allow Graduate students and designees of Undergraduate Students, to electronically charge “Paw Points” to their Student Account.
Media Services provides training on the operation of the classroom technology in any Registrar scheduled classroom (A & B designation)
OIT provides a diverse curriculum of training offerings on the various desktop and business applications supported on campus. In addition, any campus group that wants to publicize and track event registration can use the training registration system.
A network-based service that automatically backups your files located on your desktop or laptop computer which can later be restored if needed
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Last update: October 27, 2010