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Michigan State University’s Academic Profile (AP) system is an institutional support system used to gather, in a single system of record, the professional activities and accomplishments of its academic staff.

A report of an individual's access for specific applications/environments where MSU IT manages the access.

Digital accessibility is the practice of designing and providing equitable user experiences so that individuals with disabilities are able to independently acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services within the same timeframe as individuals without disabilities, with substantially equivalent ease of use.

Administrative Support Services refers to the administrative tasks and functions provided to MSU IT. This service is designed to assist clients in managing and streamlining their day-to-day administrative responsibilities, allowing them to focus on their core activities and strategic objectives.

The Advance Management System is designed to assist Voucher Processing and the Cashier’s Office in the tracking of travel, imprest, event, research, and open advances. An advance is distributed in the form of a note which authorizes the Cashier’s Office to disburse the funds. Depending on the type of advance, the repayment of the advance may be required within days, or in the case of open advances, at some indefinite future date.

A donor management system for managing and accessing donor data, with leading-edge support for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of friends, donors, and alumni.

Application Performance Management (APM) is a suite of software tools that allow MSU teams to view and diagnose the performance and availability of web-based applications.

Asset Management is the process of tracking IT assets across the whole life cycle, from the point of procurement through disposal. MSU IT has identified that this process will include desktops, laptops, and tablets for participating departments. Asset Management is available for use to track other IT assets by request.

This is the tool used to track and manage health records for patients seen in MSU clinical environments.

Unified Messaging is a feature of the Avaya voicemail system that allows users to receive copies of voicemails left on their work phone in their MSU email account. This allows the user to know that a message was left for them and allows them to listen to it over their computer remotely. Users can also use the Web Access function to listen to their voicemails through a web browser.