Millennium FAST

EOU currently has the Student and Finance modules available for reporting in Millennium FAST. Please view the tutorial videos below to learn more about each module.


Log into Millennium FAST at:

fast.eou.edu

Please use your Banner credentials to access Millennium FAST.

EOU FAST Trainings & Resources (Requires EOU Mountie Pass Login)

EOU FAST Introduction to FAST Finance (MP4 Video)

EOU FAST Introduction to FAST Student (MP4 Video)

EOU FAST Dynamic Selection Reporting (MP4 Video)

EOU FAST Introduction to Custom Query Builder (MP4 Video)

EOU Introduction to FAST Page Builder and Report Level Administrator (MP4 Video)

EOU FAST Finance Reporting Tip Sheet (PDF)

EOU FAST Student Reporting Tip Sheet (PDF)

EOU FAST Dynamic Selections Handout (PDF)


Finance Reporting

Millennium’s FAST Finance Reporting provides decentralized self service financial reporting for all account holders, allowing fully supported, drill down access to all accounts for that user. Reports include relevant, timely information for actuals, commitments and budgets, showing where money is being spent and how it compares to approved budget amounts.

  • Provides decentralized self service financial reporting for all account holders,
  • All numbers are fully supported with additional drill down to detailed transactions,
  • Provides timely, relevant information for actuals, commitments, budgets and forecasts,
  • Shows where money is spent and how that compares to approved budgets amounts,
  • Reports summarized by any fields in the chart of account, at any hierarchy level,
  • Pre build reports include data from Operating Statements, Balance Sheet, Trial Balance and position control,
  • Operating report formats include current year, data range, comparative, monthly, quarterly and annual trends and variances, Project to date and Forecasts,
  • Limited by menu security, row level  security and restricted field security,
  • Complete data warehouse that refreshes nightly or on a schedule defined by the organization, but provides for no down time, even during a refresh,
  • Flexibility to customize the data warehouse to meet the specific business rules for each organization,
  • Includes a financial statement editor that allows users to create customized groupings of data with fully supported drill down to details.  Many organizations use this to create lead sheets for financials or to report to government agencies when their chart of accounts groupings do not meet the needs of the report.

Student Reporting

Millennium’s FAST Student Reporting provides self-service reporting for key stakeholders including the Registrar’s Office, Faculty and Faculty Administrative Assistants. The Registrar’s office can monitor important aspects of student activities, such as admission and registration levels, academic history reports and grading. Faculty and Administrative Assistants can generate operational reports such as class lists, schedules, program lists, admissions reports, and student accounts.

  • Provides decentralized self service reporting of student data to key stakeholders including the Registrars office, Faculty and Faculty Administrative Assistants,
  • The registrar office can monitor important aspects of student activities such as admission and registration levels, academic history and grading,
  • Prebuilt reports include reports such as course information, student accounts, registration information, Student information, admissions, convocation and grad students,
  • Allows for online grade entry and promotion and upload into your ERP,
  • Complete data warehouse that refreshes nightly or on a schedule defined by the organization, but provides for no down time, even during a refresh,
  • Flexibility to customize the data warehouse to meet the specific business rules for each organization.

Tips & Tricks

You can view Millennium FAST’s “How Do I” video series which offers concepts and features in 5 minutes or less!

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Published date: 04/25/2017 3:30PM
Last updated: 04/27/2017 5:51PM (Cody Miller)
Author: Jeff Carman
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