- Electronic Gift Documents in WISDM - PPT
- Electronic invoices in WISDM - Word | PDF
- Funding Inquiry in WISDM - Word | PDF
- How to Use WISDM to Print out a List of Monthly Reports - Word | PDF
- WISDM for Grant Management - PPT
- WISDM Help Contacts - Word | PDF
- WISDM for Department/Division Administration (See Below)
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WISDM Training Manual for WISDM Beginners
This Introduction to WISDM/WISER document (PDF) is intended for new fiscal and business staff at UW-Madison. It introduces the functionality of WISDM (and describes the new WISER project) as the primary UW-Madison financial reporting system. The document covers basic navigation in WISDM including menu search options, creating favorites, print/download options and help features. Additionally, the document describes common financial and accounting terminologies used in the Shared Financial Systems (SFS) and WISDM. This document should be reviewed prior to signing up for WISDM for Department/Division Administration and/or WISDM for Grant Management training sessions.
This user manual teaches you how to navigate through WISDM and WISER to perform various financial data searches and queries to generate reports for your departments. (PDF) It includes tips on how to search data by organizations, identify various transactions types, perform vendor payment searches, look up payroll and salary encumbrances, and generate reports on purchase order activities. The manual also briefly explains various account trees and their appropriate usage. The training introduces the WISER application for travel expenses.
If your job requires you reporting on projects/grants, you may also want to read WISDM Training Manual for Project/Grant Administration.
You can either view the manual on line in HTML format, or download it to your PC. You need to have PowerPoint installed on your PC if you download the file. Once downloaded, view the file in PowerPoint "slide show" to enhance your learning experience.