Monthly Archives: June 2013
If you have used your Travel & Entertainment corporate credit card over the last month, you will shortly receive an email from the Card Administrator notifying you that the “statement period has closed”. Cardholders (and nominees) will receive this email around the 7th day of the following month. It’s important that statements are not printed before this email has been […]
Effective 25th June, the ‘Invoice to’ details on a Purchase Order will be hard coded as Financial Services Accounts Payable. If you have any questions about this process, please contact Jamie Dunnicliff, Manager, Financial Operations.
When establishing new or updated arrangements with suppliers (or vendors), it’s important to note that the University’s standard trading terms is 30 days net, which means the vendor gets paid at the end of the month following the month that their invoice is dated. It’s also important that invoices are coded and authorised in a timely manner to […]
Whilst booking domestic travel via the online travel booking system is the preferred method for booking University travel, for a small fee domestic travellers or travel arrangers also have the option to book directly with a consultant from one of the University’s three contracted Travel Management Companies. To find out more refer to the domestic travel fact sheet.
The payment remittance advices relating to staff & student payments processed via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) on June 12 were successfully emailed to those recipients with a valid ‘preferred’ email address.
From Wednesday 12 June 2013, EFT (electronic funds transfer) payments including reimbursements made to staff & students via Accounts Payable (by a voucher through the University’s Financial System) will have the associated remittance advice sent to the email defined as their ‘Preferred’ email address in the Student Finance/Human Resources database. For the majority of staff/students […]