Sap-purch -- SAP Purchasing Discussion List

 

About Sap-purch
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Welcome to the University of Leeds SAP Purchasing Discussion List.

The purpose of this list is to enable users of the SAP purchasing module,
(or SAP users who will shortly receive access to this module) to communicate
as a group. In subscribing, users are encouraged to form a "user network"
in order to share information and tips, and answer each other's questions.
The list also provides a forum for the SAP team to communicate future plans
and new developments to users who have chosen to subscribe.

What is covered by the list?
The list has been set up in order to encourage users to help each other. It
should be used in conjunction with the ISS website as an additional source
of SAP information. The typical questions we would expect to be asked are "Does anybody know how to ....?"

Questions and comments posted to the list will be monitored by the SAP team
and used to target areas where additional training or documentation are required.

Intervention from the SAP team will only occur if the subject matter is
considered to be inappropriate.

What isn't covered by the list?
The list is not intended to be another form of Help Desk. Users should not
expect a response to their problems from the SAP team using this list.

If you have a problem or query which cannot be resolved using the discussion
list (or it is not appropriate for the list), you should contact the ISS
Help Desk by email at helpdesk@leeds.ac.uk


To subscribe to this discussion list:

You may only subscribe to this list if you are a registered user of the SAP
purchasing module at the University of Leeds.

Full instructions on how to use the lists,including information on how to subscribe and unsubscribe, can be found on the MAILMAN website at the following address:

http://lists.leeds.ac.uk/doc/user/index.

To contact the list manager directly, email h.e.mitchell@adm.leeds.ac.uk

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Sap-purch Archives. (The current archive is only available to the list members.)

Using Sap-purch
To post a message to all the list members, send email to sap-purch@lists.leeds.ac.uk.

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