The eCommerce team will be winding up during July/August, with responsibility for ongoing ‘business as usual’ management and future on-boarding activities relating to the Online Shop transferring to the Financial Systems Team within the Financial Services Branch. Financial Systems will be responsible for evaluating all change requests and any issues relating to the functionality of […]
The eCommerce Project team have issued a newsletter providing an update of recent activities and what’s to come over the next few months. To view the newsletter and other information about the project, please visit the eCommerce Communications webpage.
Over the last few months, the eCommerce project team have been working on delivering a platform through which Faculty’s, Schools & Business Units can sell services and goods online. In February, the “Online Shop” went live and is now enabling Students and Staff to purchase online course readers from the Image and Copy Centre and […]
The next stage in the eCommerce portfolio of projects has been the implementation of a secure online credit card payment facility. Recipients of University issued invoices can now pay online by credit card through BPOINT as detailed on the invoice. The new payment option went live mid January and has been well received. For more information about the eCommerce […]
Over the past few months, the eCommerce Project has undergone a review including the appointment of a new Project Director, Oshim Somers. In February of this year, the Seat Advisor Box Office (SABO) solution went live. It provides the University the ability to set up events and sell tickets for concerts and performances for Elder […]
Financial Services welcomes Oshim Somers, a highly experienced Project Manager to lead the e-Commerce project. Oshim joins the project’s existing Delivery Team on Monday 1st July 2013 and will be located in ITS at 9 Gawler Place.
Since the release of the PCI DSS Compliance Guidelines (which was established and tailored for the University of Adelaide and circulated in January 2013), the PCI project team has attended Finance meetings for all business areas. Attending these meetings has provided the PCI team with the opportunity to create awareness and introduce the Compliance Guidelines. The PCI […]
During 2012, an assessment of the current state of eCommerce at the University of Adelaide was conducted. It was found that demand for eCommerce facilities was high but there was no University wide approach for providing this service. In December 2012, the University ICT (Information, Communications & Technology) Investment Committee approved the business case and funding […]