What is eBuy?
eBuy is an easy-to-use central web-based shopping site. eBuy is accessible to all UI employees for the procurement of goods from select contracted suppliers. eBuy simultaneously streamlines the procurement process and promotes “best value” pricing. The eBuy system has been successfully implemented at 7 of the Big 10 schools with proven cost savings.
eBuy is the University’s newest procurement tool. Be assured you get the best contract price from UI’s preferred suppliers.
eBuy can be accessed via the University Self Service web site by clicking on the Administration tab and navigating to the E-Pro (E-Vouchers & PReqs) link.
eBuy creates an entirely electronic process from procurement to payment, reducing redundant data entry and human error. Spend less time processing paper work and searching for products. Instead spend more time doing valuable research on behalf of the University. Buying for a research lab has never been easier!
eBuy Fair: April 11th, 2017
Purchasing Agents Attendance Schedule
- Renee Funk
- Kui Xiao
9:00 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
- Jeff Decker (Scientific Supplies)
- Josh Hannan (Scientific Supplies)
- Greg Snipes (Professional Service Agreements)
10:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
- Bridget Murphy (Food, Animals, Dental, Uniforms)
- Rodney Anderson (Commodity Lead)
- David Stenersen (Departmental Purchasing Dashboards)
12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
- Chandra Wojno (Medical)
- Amanda Capanema (Medical)
2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
- Doris Vaske (IT Supplies and Hardware)
- Cortney Boyle (Maintenance Repair & Operations (MRO), Janitorial and Strategic Sourcing)
- Jen Jark (Service Agreements, Vehicles)
eBuy Supported Browsers
Please note: All punch-out catalogs may not support browsers below.
Furniture and Office Supplies
eBuy Upcoming Suppliers
Here are some simple definitions for eBuy roles. More detail is available in our training materials. Please note, these roles are not mutually exclusive.
Shopper: Typically the end-user of the item ordered. This person fills a shopping cart with items and usually assigns the cart to their designated Requester for processing.
Requester: This is the person designated by your department to process orders on your behalf. They have an understanding of the appropriate use of the MFKs supporting your work.