An aging and increasingly jury-rigged legacy system is no longer able to meet the complex data processing needs of Johnson City. As a result, they have licensed Oracle Cloud products and chosen Highstreet to be their implementer and partner in this project. Highstreet is enthusiastic to execute the digital transformation Johnson City desperately needs to realize improved business results and eliminate redundant, manual systems.
In the first ever Banner & Destiny to Oracle Cloud Interfaces, the Highstreet team, led by Daniel Litty, has designed seamless interfaces from both Banner and Destiny external systems to Oracle Cloud—specifically the Payroll module. When Highstreet kicked off the Harper College cloud implementation project, they knew that inbound interfaces from Banner & Destiny would be needed. After working closely with Oracle and ultimately confirming that no one had ever built an interface like this, the Highstreet team pioneered the effort to ensure project success.
Spring Arbor University is now live with Oracle Cloud Customer Experience as well as Oracle Eloqua! This was a great team effort between Spring Arbor University, Oracle, and Highstreet staff team members. This was the first step of a full-suite implementation including Student Financial Planning, Financials (ERP), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Student Management Cloud, as well as Human Resources. With the goal of modernizing their recruitment and marketing processes, the highly dedicated SAU team worked with such a collaborative spirit which resulted in a great digital transformation. Working with the Spring Arbor team was an ideal partnership as they engaged in the process from start to finish, taking full ownership of the product and acting as excellent consulting partners.
With Covid-19 throwing normalcy out the window and demanding huge financial resources, there is an increasing need to optimize, or revolutionize, current standards for financial aid offices. One solution answering the call of this problem is technology—creating agility within Higher ed departments and allowing space for services which would otherwise be cut due to constricting financial demands. This Oracle panel discusses how this “financial aid office of the future” can happen and the questions surrounding its synthesis. Some of those questions include the following:
Between May and July of 2019, Ernst & Young sought out Highstreet to perform the Accounting Hub implementation work for Lyft. This opportunity began the largest implementation of Oracle Accounting Hub Cloud Service ever done. For Lyft’s US and Canadian operations, not only was this project the largest of its kind ever, but in addition it needed to be finished in a record-breaking five months—which would be four months sooner than Oracle’s most optimistic estimate of nine months. The project was to develop and implement the accounting rules necessary to create detailed subledger journal entries for all of Lyft’s primary business activities in the US and Canada as well as various operation reports.