Mitch in Purchasing: Good morning Purchasing, how may I help you?
Salesman: Hi this is Mike from Top Flight Computer Monitors; do you know how I can save you almost 50% on computer monitors?
Mitch in Purchasing: Sure thing!
Salesman: Buy half the monitors from me this year than you bought last year…
Just another day in Purchasing
Are you having difficulties remembering your many user ids and passwords? Do you often call the helpdesk to reset your E-Procurement password? If so, we have a fix for your E-Procurement login woes.
Effective Friday, March 15th there will be a new login page for E-Procurement. The exciting news is this new login page authenticates using your MyPace Portal username and password!
What does this mean to you?
The current login page url/site is changing to https://solutions.sciquest.com/apps/Router/SAMLAuth/Pace. Also, the E-Procurement login link in MyPace Portal will be updated accordingly.
How will this affect you?
If you use a bookmark or favorites link to access e-procurement, you will need to delete your existing bookmark/favorites link and create a new one to reference the new login page or access the new link from your MyPace Portal.
Paul Hachmeyer has 2” and 3” binders not in use. In addition to that he has HP Toner 95A for use with a Laserjet II, IID, III or IIID and HP 06A for use with a Laserjet 5L 6LXI, 6LSE, 3100 or 3150.
If you are interested, please leave a comment!
UPDATE: Staples Coupons for the holidays can be found in the “Deals!” section!
Click the “Deals!” tab to find some great deals that as a Pace Student, Faculty or Staff can use for personal or business!
Or click here!
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Wouldn’t it be nice to find out you could save some money by reading this blog? Well this is your chance!
Leave your comments below on products, services or anything your department may need. The Purchasing department will keep a running list and try to pair up matches.
Your comments can be as simple as: “NYC Chemistry looking for 3 inch test tubes”
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