The Alma acquisitions process includes ordering and receiving materials from vendors, which involves the handling of both orders and invoices by vendors. Invoices are handled outside of the library's scope, usually by the institution's Enterprise
Our integration with the institutional finance office is to send printed & signed invoices (vouchers for payment in Voyager-speak). We use a perl script which grabs the xml output of the ERP export invoices for payment job, formats each invoice into a
We use PeopleSoft as our finance system. When vendor invoices are ready for payment we produce an XML file of invoices for payment. We use a perl script to convert the invoices from Alma format into PeopleSoft required format. In
On the surface of it, integrating Alma and Banner for invoices and payments is relatively straightforward. Alma has well-defined XML formats for these integrations, and as long as either your campus IT staff can parse Alma's XML into a format appropriate
Context Our University uses the Finance One accounting package to pay invoices. The Library uses Alma to manage vendor transactions. When vendor invoices are ready for payment we produce an XML file of invoices for payment. Previously we used a perl
The content of this article was contributed by Catherine Wilbur from the University of Windsor <cwilbur@UWINDSOR.CA> In the University of Windsor We use ERP Enterprise One version 8.0 as our Finance system. This system expects invoices in CSV format.
Alma exports invoices in the following structure: One xml file includes multiple invoices An invoice can consist of multiple line items with different accounting information For more information regarding the Alma invoice export see Invoice Export.