Enterprise Resource Planning
ERP refers to 'Enterprise Resource Planning' and can be defined as a software solution that addresses the enterprise needs of an organization. It is an industry term for the broad set of activities supported by multi-module application software. ERPs integrate selected business processes and data of an organization into a unified system. A typical ERP system will use multiple components of computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of most ERP systems is the use of a unified database to store data for the various system modules
Cal State Fullerton's ERP department is responsible for upgrading, supporting and expansion of many of the hardware and software platforms used across the campus. These systems are used by Students, Faculty and Staff. The main systems supported by the ERP department are PeopleSoft, Filenet, DARS, R25, PeopleSoft Portal, Data Warehouse, and application development.
Services and Tools
ERP provides functional and technical support services for the campus ERP Applications. Services include development, system administration, planning, upgrades, and reporting.
For ERP training, support and FAQ's including PeopleSoft, Desktop Applications, and other applications please go to IT Training & Support website.
One of the main projects currently being focused on is the consolidation of the Financial systems from all 23 campus' into one central system. This system will be known as CFS or the Common Financial System. To view updates on this project please go to CFS webpage.
CMS Project - Please go to Project Office
CMS Support - Please go to the Chancellor's Office website
Resources and Links - Pease go to the CMS Links webpage
Oracle Support - Please go to the Oracle support webpage
For information on CMS personnel please go to
For CMS contacts and support please go to the CMS support webpage