Using Business Process Management Tools and Methods forBuilding Research Information Management Kirsty Taylor Business Intelligence and Marketing Manager Research and Enterprise University of Huddersfield 15th March 2011
Aim was to investigate the feasibility of implementing research information management (RIM) tools to satisfy the management needs of a University which is growing its research activity significantly. Research Bidding Process Research Publications - Repository
Current Systems Current research management information is held on numerous disconnected systems.
Initial approach interview RIM stakeholders in order to elicit requirements assess current RIM data, its accessibility, accuracy etc assess current University core systems investigate Business Process Modelling tools, and their applicability in the context of the University’s current core systems.