Enterprise Applications

The Enterprise Applications team has four primary groups with the delivery of functional application expertise; application configuration and systems administration; business process analysis and data analysis for troubleshooting and process improvement; extraction, manipulation, and movement of enterprise data; construction of custom data access methods; reports and vendor management. We deliver these services in ways that are accurate, systematic, consistent and secure.

Leadership

Nicola Monat-Jacobs

Director of Enterprise Applications

Academic Systems

This group supports the LMU community and LMU's use of academic Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, primarily for Enrollment Management, student lifecycle, and Campus Business Services.

Rosie Pulido

Manager of Academic Systems

Leah Burstein

Programmer Analyst (LLS)

Anthony Hui

Programmer Analyst, Academic System

Steven Pei

Database Administrator

Ayşe Ulubay

Programmer Analyst, Academic System

Earl Morgan

Systems Analyst, LLS

Administrative Systems

This group also supports the LMU community and LMU's use of administrative Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, primarily for Finance, HR, Payroll, and Housing.

Gerlie Salazar

Senior Workday Partner

Jim Nakashima

Workday Technical Lead

Gary Chen

Workday Technical Analyst

Mandy Paggao

Workday Lead Administrator

Raj Kode

Workday Administrator

Experience and Engagement Products

This group supports the efforts to implement Salesforce for Student Success and the new CRM for University Advancement.

Thomas Kjolsing

Manager of Experience & Engagement Products

Poulomi Chatterjee

Application Systems Analyst, Student Success

Kranthi Nunna

Programmer Analyst, CRM Applications

Identity & Software Solutions

This group supports the goals of evolving consistent approaches to software development, developing LMU best practices for object-oriented and web-based development (i.e. JavaScript, C#, and Java), and ensuring that our identity and access management programs remain robust. This team also supports LMU’s portal, CAS, and Shibboleth technologies, ServiceNow, other applications that have been built on the .NET architecture, and Blackboard Transact.

Sylvester Creado

Manager of Identity & Software Solutions

Patrick Hunt

Programmer Analyst

Ivan Palikuca

Full Stack Programmer Analyst

Theron Rohr

Programmer Analyst

Lee Smith

Auxiliary and Business Services

Chad Staples

Applications Systems Analyst, Housing

Harry Tanuwidjaja

Programmer Analyst

DJ Laurencio

Application Analyst, Public Safety and Parking