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Business systems

The different software and business systems in operation at the University can be complicated to navigate. Many of them are led by different departments and so it can be hard to know what systems you’re supposed to learn about and how to get trained.

The Quality and Enhancement Office have worked with different departments around the University responsible for these systems and pulled most of the business system training into our booking pages. You should therefore find it easy to identify what you’re looking for and to book onto it.

Agresso is the Universities in-house finance system and there is a selection of training and support for staff.

Booking onto Agresso training 

Web Requisitioning (incl. Internal Ordering) Face to face 1.5 hours
Authoriser Online 20 mins
VISA Payments Face to face 1 hour
Sales Ordering Face to face 1 hour
Basic Enquiries Face to face 1 hour
Advanced Budget Enquiries Face to face 1 hour
Enquiries

Agresso training requests and enquiries should be made to Agresso Support . you must complete a training request form if you want access to the Agresso system. Agresso User Request Form

SAP is the software chosen by the University of Salford to maintain its Human Resource records and run its payrolls. Information about SAP and how to use SAP can be found on the SAP website .
Banner is the Universities Student Information System (SIS) and training on this is offered by the Student Administration consulting team. For more information on the training available both online and face-to-face go to the Student Data & systems website.
Timetabling Services provide staff with training on the use of the Central Management Information System (CMIS) Timetabling Application. Click on the link for further information on CMIS.
Collaborate is a live web conferencing platform that allows you to have online meetings to support a 21st century workforce. Further details about Collaborate is available on the Blackboard Collaborate webpage.
Many Learning Technologies can be utilised to support digital skills. Further details about what learning technologies are available can be found on the Learning Technologies website.