ePro Fact Sheet for FIN 9.1

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The campus will soon be upgrading to the Finance 9.1 version of PeopleSoft.  Here is a quick look at some of the functionality you will see in the eProcurement module.  This is the module that departments use to enter requisitions.

More information and training will be made available soon.   There are UPK's available for viewing already in the "Information for.." section of empac.uml.edu.   Here is a direct link -- http://www.uml.edu/admin/empac/Departmental_Users.html


Here is the FIN 9.1 ePro Fact Sheet_v1.pdf

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This page contains a single entry by Clark, Norma published on October 18, 2011 9:24 AM.

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