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eCommerce On-Boarding

The University uses a number of "eCommerce" solutions which allow for the payment of University products or services via the internet.

Any online application where payments will be received must be facilitated through, and approved by, Finance & Procurement Services.

Online Sales Solutions

Anyone considering the sale of UoA products or services through an online application must read the following:

Please engage the Team Leader, Revenue Accounting prior to commencing any project or initiative involving eCommerce.

Online Shop

One of the University's existing e-Commerce solutions is the Online Shop through which items such as course readers, publications, field trips and study tours can be sold.  The Online Shop facilitates the efficient payment and billing process of goods and services to staff, students and external customers. There is no cost for faculties and divisions to use the Online Shop.

On-Boarding Process

Document Purpose
Online Shop Characteristics

To determine if your product / service is suitable for sale through the Online Shop.

Eventbrite Guidelines

Provides guidance around the use of Eventbrite (a third party solution designed for event registration and payment) which maybe used as an alternative solution where the Online Shop is not suitable.  Note; there is a cost involved in using Eventbrite.

Online Shop Product and Charge Code Request form To add products to the Online Shop (refer to procedure below for assistance) 
Online Shop Product Set Up Procedure Provides step by step instructions for completing the Online Shop Product and Charge Code Request form

Management of products through the Online Shop

Products or services sold through the Online Shop must be approved by the Faculty Finance & Planning Manager / Division Finance.

The management and fulfilment of products (e.g. arranging delivery) or the provision of services (such as study tours) are the responsibility of the Fulfilment Officer / Product Owner within the Faculty or Division.