The Tulane eProcurment system powered by Jaggaer (formerly SciQuest) is the place to find and purchase the goods and services needed for your work and research at Tulane University.
This site provides a familiar online shopping experience and negotiated pricing from Tulane University's preferred suppliers.
Questions or Comments about eProcurement?
SciQuest.Support@tulane.edu | 504-865-5211
In-person eProcurement training sessions are currently suspended. Visit the ePro home page for the upcoming online training schedule. To register for a eProcurement training session, check the schedule and send your request to eProSupport@tulane.edu. Space is limited for each session so register now!
Introduction to eProcurement
This session will introduce the user to the concept of eProcurement , familiarize them with the eProcurement terminology, and explain how the system functions and where it fits into the university purchase and budgeting environment. Users will learn how to use the system to place catalog and non-catalog orders, create blanket orders, submit check requests, look-up requisition status, submit change orders, search for documents, complete receiving reports, and update their user profile.
Advanced eProcurement Topics
After the user has used and become familiar with the ePro servcie and environment, they may find it useful to attend an advanced session focusing on specific topics. Sessions vary, so check the schedule on the ePro home page for upcoming advanced topics.
Advanced topics include:
Nat Acct List for Check Requests
List of natural account codes that will be accepted for eProcurement check requests. (updated 2017-08-21)
Natural Account List for Check Requests - Excel file
Natural Account List for Check Requests - printable PDF (8.5" x 11")
Tulane Buy-Pay Matrix
A guide to purchasing categories correlated with natural account codes, preferred suppliers, and payment methods. (updated 2020-12-02)
Buy-Pay Matrix Spreadsheet - Excel file
Buy-Pay Matrix Spreadsheet - printable PDF (8.5"x14")
eProcurement "How-To" Articles
eProcurement Training and Reference