RazorGrant to Be Rebranded as Streamlyne

Heather Frankenberger

Our current electronic research administration system, RazorGrant, will be rebranded and called by the vendor's name: Streamlyne. The reasoning for this rebranding is to be in line with Workday, which is replacing BASIS on July 1, 2020, and to allow for the inclusion of other institutions within the University of Arkansas System.

The University of Arkansas-Little Rock and the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, representing both the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station and the Cooperative Extension Service, will have access to the platform this summer.

The official name change will go into effect by June 1, 2020. As always, we will continue our monthly system improvements and notify the research community when changes are made that affect their usage of the system. Planned future enhancements include an integration with Workday and additional modules to electronically connect all aspects of the research enterprise.

Contacts

Jennifer E. Taylor, associate vice chancellor of research and innovation
Office of Sponsored Programs
479-575-2254, taylorj@uark.edu

Heather Frankenberger, assistant director of e-research administration
Office of Sponsored Programs
479-575-5911, hfranken@uark.edu

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