Ryerson University makes use of two financial systems:
Ryerson University Financial Information System (RUFIS or Oracle)
The primary financial system used at Ryerson is the Ryerson University Financial Information System (RUFIS or Oracle). Use RUFIS applications to complete tasks such as:
- purchasing (iProcurement): Buy goods or obtain services for your department or project.
- expense claims and reimbursements (iExpense): Seek reimbursement for expenses you’ve incurred and clear your Ryerson Purchasing Card (P-Card) transactions.
- reporting, budget and inquiry (General Ledger): Check how much money you have left in a department or research cost centre, or review transactions that have been processed for your department or research cost centre.
Invoice Approval System (MarkView)
In addition, Ryerson makes use of a secondary system called the Invoice Approval System (MarkView). Use the Invoice Approval System to approve invoices and process self-service invoicing transactions for low dollar value purchases.
First-time systems users
There are a few steps to complete before getting access to Ryerson’s financial systems. First-time systems users can visit Requesting Systems Access to find out how to get started.
Systems user resources
We have developed a number of resources to support systems users in a variety of formats. Browse the Systems and Learning section of our website for information about workshops, technical troubleshooting, self-service tutorials and more.
Supported browsers for the financial systems include Mozilla Firefox Extended Support Release, Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and Apple Safari 11. Please note that Mozilla Firefox Extended Support Release, version 52 is the last version of Firefox that supports Java (an application required to run RUFIS).
For more information about browser compatibility, visit the Systems Setup and Troubleshooting page.
For system assistance, contact the RUFIS Help Desk at email@example.com or 416-979-5000, ext. 2688. Help Desk hours are Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.