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Reserve Bank ditches paper systems for admin

Reserve Bank ditches paper systems for admin

Upgrading payment process to PeopleSoft

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is looking to automate its procure-to-pay processes as part of the work being undertaken to modernise its administrative systems.

This involves replacing the current paper-based manual arrangements with electronic processing, implementing financial software system PeopleSoft and acquiring an invoice scanning device.

A vendor with PeopleSoft purchasing, eProcurement and expenses module experience is needed. They will need to demonstrate five years of PeopleSoft implementation.

The RBA will consider a part response to provide only software, implementation services or an invoice scanning solution.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday, 20 October.

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