eProcurement - Project History
Show-Me Shop Updates Effective January 1, 2014
Effective January 1, 2014, Show-Me Shop will reflect new functionality[read more]
Show-Me Shop Enhancements Coming Monday, March 26, 2012 - March2012
Beginning March 26, 2012, Show-Me Shop will reflect new functionality[read more]
New Supplier McMaster-Carr added to Show-Me Shop - October 2011
McMaster-Carr is our newest MRO provider [read more]
DISYS Solutions and TIG Punchouts disabled in Show-Me Shop - September 2011
Effective immediately, DISYS Solutions and TIG punchout catalogs have been removed from Show-Me Shop(SMS).[read more]
New Supplier CompleteBook added to Show-Me Shop - September 2011
CompleteBook has been added as a new punchout supplier in the Show-Me Shop(SMS).[read more]
Staples Eway Retail Site Disabled for UM - January 2011
Effective Friday, January 14, 2011, the Staples retail web site known as "Eway" will no longer be available to University of Missouri shoppers for purchases with a purchasing card. [read more]
Dell Only Available Through Show-Me Shop - November 2010
Procurement Services has now made it even easier to order all Dell equipment, including special quotes, server quotes, etc. through Show-Me Shop(SMS). [read more]
Barnes & Noble punchout disabled in Show-Me Shop - October 2010
Effective imediately Barnes & Noble will no longer be a Show-Me Shop Supplier. [read more]
Transitioning to Show-Me Shop - January 2010
Thank you to everyone for making the transition to Show-Me Shop as smooth as it has been. One topic that is often brought up to us in Procurement Services is "Why are we making this transition to Show-Me Shop?" [read more]
IMPORTANT eProcurement COMMUNICATION, October 16, 2009
In an effort to take advantage of the most cost-effective pricing available on purchases, the University of Missouri will make contracted supplier catalogs and preferred pricing available exclusively through the Show-Me Shop beginning October 31, 2009. [read more]
IMPORTANT eProcurement COMMUNICATION, May 27, 2009
Procurement provides a variety of training methods and tools for the eProcurement process. These various offerings are available to meet the varied needs, interests, and learning preferences of potential campus users. [read more]
ExacTrac payments for Show-Me Shop orders - October 2008
ePro catalog purchase orders will begin using a new payment method on October 6th, called ExacTrac. This payment option uses a virtual credit card number that the vendor will receive when orders are placed for catalog items purchased through the ePro Show-Me Shop. [read more]
Show-Me Shop Vendor Showcase - September, 2008
Procurement Services hosted another successful Vendor Fair! The Show-Me Shop Showcase was held at each campus the week of September 29th. It featured 19 vendors in the Show-Me Shop marketplace who currently have contracts or who will be added soon. The number of vendor catalogs continues to grow as we expand this exciting project. At the showcase we also introduced our new mascot, [read more]
$2 Million already saved thru Show-Me Shop!! - April 2008
With over 600 University staff now trained to use the UM eProcurement system "Show-Me Shop" and the number of orders placed increasing at an average of 40% each month, the University has seen a product cost savings of over $2 million so far! This is real money saved by departments as a result of the ePro program. [read more]
Campus Roll-out – Begin January 2008
After the pilot phase is complete, each campus will design the best roll-out process for their environment. It is important that the campuses own this process and the roll-out is conducted in a manner that is appropriate to each location.
Pilot Phase – Go-live October 1, 2007
Show-Me Shop Goes Live!! On October 1st, our new eProcurement solution featuring the "Show-Me Shop" electronic marketplace made its debut with the first live orders flowing through the system! Show-Me Shop will be pilot tested by approximately 125 users representing each campus' selected 3-5 departments to refine the system before complete campus wide roll-outs begin in January, 2008. [read more]
End User Training and Vendor Fairs – Late August through September, 2007
Campus Procurement Offices and the users from the pilot groups will be trained on how to use the eProcurement system. In addition, vendors will be given a preview of the system so they understand how their customers are requesting items. A vendor fair will be hosted on each campus to introduce users to our contracted vendors which will be available through Show-Me Shop, the cataloging option within eProcurement.
User Acceptance Testing and Training Development – June 11 – July 31, 2007
This phase will overlap with the Build and Design phase. Extended stakeholders will be asked to test the system development and changes which have been made to ensure the system is ready to go. A training team, comprised of members from the Procurement offices, will be working to develop an on-line training module and training materials to be used for eProcurement.
Build and Design – March – June 2007
This is our current phase. The build and design phase includes the setup required within PeopleSoft, Workflow development, integration between SciQuest and PeopleSoft, and changes being made to PeopleSoft to accommodate the needs of the University business processes. We've got a name from the 'Name the Marketplace' contest. Read more in the InFocus Newsletter, dated July 13, 2007.
Campus Demonstrations – February 26 – March 1, 2007
Project leads and a member of the SciQuest staff traveled to each campus during one week to demonstrate the new eProcurement process. These demos were open to anybody on each campus that was interested in hearing about this exciting new initiative. The number in attendance on each campus was remarkable. Feedback from these sessions were funneled through the campus advisory groups and taken into consideration along with the findings in the fit/gap sessions. "Name the Marketplace" contest was announced. To read more about the demonstrations and the contest read the news article in the InFocus Newsletter, dated April 13, 2007
Fit/Gap Analysis – February 6-22, 2007
The fit/gap analysis was an opportunity to meet with two groups on each campus. First, the Campus Advisory groups along with other selected members of the campuses were given a preview of the eProcurement process. The second group was comprised of Procurement staff who reviewed the changes in processes that would impact their organizations. These two groups walked through the systems and analyzed if they fit the intended business processes. They also identified any gaps and made recommendations for either changes to the systems or changes to business processes.
Project Kickoff - November 9-10, 2006
The project kickoff brought together all members associated with the project; the core team, campus advisory leads, procurement staff, and IT staff. The meeting was kicked off with supporting words from the Executive Sponsors Nikki Krawitz, VP for Finance and Administration, and Gary Allen VP for Information Technology, and also the Process Business Owner, Bill Cooper, Assoc VP for Management Services and Chief Procurement Officer. Individuals from both PeopleSoft and SciQuest were there to provide an overview of the systems and how they work together. For a list of members associated with the original project, visit our keyplayers page. To read more about the kickoff, read the news article from the InFocus Newsletter, dated January 12, 2007.
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