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New EMS event scheduling software launched

Jul 16, 2013

In June it was communicated that University of the Pacific was transitioning from the Ad Astra room scheduling system to the Event Management System (EMS) from DEA. The system is now operational and ready to be used.  All of the Student Life facilities on the Stockton campus are populated and ready for scheduling. Additional conference rooms such as the Library, OIT, CPCE, and all internal conference rooms will be added over the course of the next few weeks. In the interim, continue to follow the current reservation procedures for these facilities.

There will be additional enhancements with the system over the next few weeks. EMS will be integrated into Outlook, a Master calendar will feed the Pacific website, and additional services will be available in San Francisco when the Dental School moves to their new facility. All of these enhancements will serve to make your scheduling capabilities easier and more reliable.   

To get started, click on the following link: http://go.pacific.edu/roomscheduler.  

Answers to some questions and simple directions for using the software can be found at http://oitfaq.pacific.edu/index.php?action=category&id=79

Should you have problems with accessing the system, please contact the CSC at extension 209.946.7400 so that they can track your problems and provide documentation on the types of problems being experienced.   

For questions regarding space on the Stockton campus, please contact Leslie Rudbeck, lrudbeck@pacific.edu or 209.946.2174 (6-2174 on campus); for the San Francisco campus, Margo Landy, mlandy@pacific.edu or 415.929.6437 (5-6437 on campus); for the Sacramento campus, Casandra Fernandez, cfernandez@pacific.edu or 415.929 7214 (4-7214 on campus).  

Your feedback and input are welcome regarding your experiences with this exciting new tool. Please ensure this information is provided to anyone responsible for scheduling rooms or events. Thank you in advance for your support of this new application.    

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