Important Notes

If you are interested to attend the e-classroom training sessions, please register in the below link​. Each session has limited seats.

​18 Mar 2019 ​Monday​ ​​2pm - 4pm ​​https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2255139427928224780
​19 Mar 2019 ​Tuesday 2pm - 4pm​ https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3823415743578781964
​20 Mar 2019 ​Wednesday 2pm - 4pm​​ https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/119920832136361996
​21 Mar 2019 ​Thursday ​2pm - 4pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7743909170367733260
​22 Mar 2019 ​​Friday ​2pm - 4pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/118024174578491916


  1. ​Procure to Pay Cycle
    Before supplier creates e-invoice, ensure that the invoice quantity against the Purchase Order is correct and Goods Receipt is performed by the Customer.
    Click here  (3-Way Match)
    Click here  Procure to Pay (P2P) cycle

  2. Suppliers submitting e-invoice in Ariba
    E-invoices will take precedence over the attached invoices that vendor has manually attached.
    E-invoices will be used as the source of truth for payment.

  3. REMIT-TO and Supplier information
    The REMIT-TO and Supplier information in Supplier Ariba Network should be the same on e-Invoice.
    Supplier should notify NTU (email: nssds@ntu.edu.sg) should there be any change in remit-to/ bank details.
    Payment is made to supplier based on the maintained data ​​in NTU SAP Vendor Master.
    Supplier is to ensure Ariba REMIT-TO information is aligned to NTU SAP Vendor Master.
    ​Click here (REMIT-TO and supplier information)

  4. Creating e-invoice
    When creating e-invoice, do not check on the “Information Only. No action is required from the customer”.
    Click here  (Additional Fields)​​

  5. Goods Receipt Notification
    Turn on notification for Goods Receipt performed by Customer. You will be notified via email once Customer has done Goods Receipt.
    Click here (GR)

  6. Bank Charges
    With immediate effect, Suppliers and NTU should bear their respective bank charges that are charged by their banks.​