University of Louisville Chooses eThority to Increase Transparency in Budgeting

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University's Health Affairs and Pediatrics Departments Increase Data Access with eThority Enterprise

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eThority has helped us spend less time creating reports and more time doing analysis,” said Carla Dearing, Vice President for Health Affairs/Strategic Initiatives at the University of Louisville.

eThority, the provider of a user-obvious enterprise performance engine for reporting and analytics, announced today that the University of Louisville's Health Sciences Center has selected eThority Enterprise Edition to increase transparency in its reporting processes. Citing its desire to leverage innovation in furthering its institutional mission and eThority's past performance on campus as reasons for selection, eThority Enterprise is being used for reporting and analysis on grants, starter funds, and other mission-critical applications.

University of Louisville (UofL) has a wealth of data stored in disparate systems across colleges and departments, including an implementation of PeopleSoft. eThority Enterprise has helped to consolidate this data and provided secure access so that it can now be shared by stakeholders, increasing overall awareness of current versus actual budget reports and financial status. Data that was previously locked in applications is now easily drawn upon for analysis.

eThority's Financial Centers eXtension is being used as well. A supplementary application that is designed to provide a quick snapshot of an account's financial activity, Financial Centers aids UofL in creating accurate reports on grant balances and to-the-minute budget status.

"eThority has helped us spend less time creating reports and more time doing analysis," said Carla Dearing, Vice President for Health Affairs/Strategic Initiatives at the University of Louisville. With eThority's "user-obvious" interface, new users require very little training and UofL's time savings on report writing and adjustment are contributing to the project's overall ROI.

"We are proud to support the University of Louisville in its reporting and data access needs," said eThority CEO, Mike Psenka. "The university's growing implementation of eThority is a testament to our commitment to provide our customers with a tangible ROI and high service standards."

About the University of Louisville:
The University of Louisville is a state supported research university located in Kentucky's largest metropolitan area. It was a municipally supported public institution for many decades prior to joining the university system in 1970. The University has three campuses. The 287-acre Belknap Campus is three miles from downtown Louisville and houses seven of the university's 11 colleges and schools. The Health Sciences Center is situated in downtown Louisville's medical complex and houses the university's health related programs and the University of Louisville Hospital. The 243-acre Shelby Campus is located in eastern Jefferson County.

About eThority
Founded in 1992, eThority is provider of "user-obvious" enterprise performance engine software that empowers end users and offers IT an easily maintainable solution. In addition to eThority Enterprise, the company's flagship business analytics and reporting platform, eThority offers eXtensions: industry-specific modules designed to fill critical gaps in existing systems. Organizations choose eThority Enterprise because it provides real time end-user interaction with data in a secure, state-of-the-art platform capable of scaling from a single department to thousands of users. eThority's solutions are in use around the globe at major research universities and leading corporations. For more information, please visit http://www.eThority.com or http://www.DataScholar.com.

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