MMRS Statewide Applications

MAGIC - MAGIC is Mississippi State Government's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution. MAGIC is the statewide accounting and procurement system of record, encompassing Finance (accounting, budgeting, grants management), Logistics (procurement, fleet management, inventory management), and Data Warehouse functionality. Phase II implementation of MAGIC, referred to as Human Capital Management (HCM), will include Human Resources, Benefits Management, Time and Attendance, Payroll, Travel Management, Enterprise Learning, Employee Self Service, and Manager Self Service is schedule to go-live on January 1, 2015.

ACE - Access Channel for Employees is a secure web-based system that currently hosts a number of state employee and contract worker payroll-related services. ACE is accessible through the State Portal at

BRICKS - Building and Real Estate Information Collaborative Knowledge Solution is a web-based, comprehensive software solution to manage the construction and maintenance of state owned buildings.

E-PAYMENT SERVICES - The Department of Finance and Administration has established an electronic payments infrastructure for state agencies that elect to accept payments by credit cards, charge cards, debit cards, electronic check, and other forms of electronic payment for various taxes, services, and fees collectible for agency purposes.

FMVIEW - FMVIEW is a secure mainframe-based report and print management facility for the Statewide Automated Accounting System and the Statewide Payroll and Human Resource System. FMVIEW allows designated users to view, print, or re-print reports generated by these applications.

MELMS - Mississippi Enterprise Learning Management System is a statewide web-based learning management system that serves both agencies and state employees. MELMS is accessed through the Access Channel for Employees.

MERLIN - Mississippi Executive Resource Library and Information Network is an enterprise data warehouse of accounting (including budget, revenue, and expenditures), payroll, human resources, travel and property information. The data warehouse allows state agencies and government officials access to decision-critical information for reporting and analysis purposes, MERLIN is both web and client-server accessible.

NEOGOV - The NEOGOV Insight system provides a streamlined process for applicant recruiting and tracking processes managed by the Mississippi State Personnel Board (MSPB). The NEOGOV Insight system will allow MSPB to create and post job openings online, as well as, track, evaluate, and refer applicants to State Agencies.

P1 TRANSACTIONS - P1 contracts are now being processed through WebProcure Contract Management.

PAYMODE - The State's current processor for electronic invoicing and remittance is Bank of America. Both state agencies and vendors access their data through PayMode.

PROTEGE - The Protege Asset Management System is an application used jointly by the Office of the State Auditor to track property, and by the Department of Finance and Administration as a data source for property and depreciation data.

SAAS - The Statewide Automated Accounting System is an automated, mainframe-based, centrally controlled, and agency discrete financial managment system that includes both accounting and budgeting functions. The accounting system records transactions on a Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis. The budget system maintains transactions on a modified cash basis. Records are maintained both on a budget year and on a fiscal year.

SPAHRS - The Statewide Payroll and Human Resource System is an integrated, mainframe-based, centrally controlled enterprise payroll and human resource system. The system provides uniformity in the application of federal and state regulations and policies.

STIMULUS - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is a $787 billion fiscal stimulus package enacted by the U.S. Congress.

TRANSPARENCY - The Mississippi Accountability and Transparency Act of 2008 (MATA), passed during the 2008 Regular Legislative Session, mandates the deployment of a state website providing public access to state agency expenditures beginning with BY2009.

WEBPROCURE - WebProcure is a web-based application that handles the complete procure-to-pay life cycle for state vendors and buyers. WebProcure is a registered trademark of Cogsdale.

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