Finding Your Door to Cayuse SP Reporting Success

Finding Your Door to Cayuse SP Reporting Success

Now that you have been formally introduced to the “Sponsored Projects Reporting Packages,” you may be feeling a little overwhelmed…I am here to help! To start, I’m going to state the obvious: You have data and there are people that want this data. Good news for you,...
Welcome to the Reporting Candy Store.  How May You Help Yourself?

Welcome to the Reporting Candy Store. How May You Help Yourself?

A client told me not too long ago about how she was wondering to her IT folks, ‘How in the world are we going to get data out of Cayuse SP (aka SP) to report on?’.  Her IT looked at her and basically said, ‘We have Cayuse SP Data Connect.  You have all this data at...
5 Reasons to Love IACUC

5 Reasons to Love IACUC

IACUC, the latest solution in the Evisions Research Suite is here! We love IACUC, and we’re sure you will, too. Here’s 5 reasons why: It’s All About the Animals IACUC was designed to put the humane care and use of animal research subjects first. With built-in...
Standard Reporting – How Standard are Sponsored Projects Reports?

Standard Reporting – How Standard are Sponsored Projects Reports?

“I’m interested in getting some reports out of your office.” If you’re in charge of data and reporting for a Sponsored Programs Office, has there ever been a more anxiety-provoking statement? What do they want to know? How reliable is the data I have? Am I capturing...
Confidence. Peace of Mind. Safety and Security.

Confidence. Peace of Mind. Safety and Security.

ISO 27001 Certification Delivers Them All Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty …” While we’re all proud here at Evisions to receive ISO (International Organization for...
Tips to Combat Declining NIH Award Success Rates

Tips to Combat Declining NIH Award Success Rates

It’s no secret that NIH proposal acceptance rates have declined significantly since the turn of the century, -14% from 2001 to 2016 to be exact. (NIH Databook) Additionally, NIH budgets have remained fairly constant, averaging $30.18 Billion from 2008-2015 with 2010...
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