The BANNER Finance System is a set of fully integrated components enabling the University of Idaho to provide the highest quality financial services. The core of BANNER's Finance System, the General Ledger, is fully integrated with all other finance system areas and conforms to AICPA, FASB, GASB, and GAAP, and GAAFR principles. Purchasing and Receiving supports purchasing agents in making both on-demand and long-term buying decisions, as well as controlling both requests for and receipt of goods. Accounts Payable helps to enhance cash flow and increase investment earnings, and establishes good vendor relations by automatically calculating discounts and payment schedules and automatically generating General Ledger transactions. Accounts Receivable maintains charge and payment information for various accounts, provides for both invoice and statement generation, and includes a complete cashiering function. Management of Fixed Assets is improved with BANNER's full support of risk, insurance, custodial and capital asset monitoring.
Additional forms and information on budget and accounts can be found on the Accounts Payable and Budget Office websites.
This training is available online from our registration page GoSignMeUp! as a prerequisite for all other finance module classes. It provides an overview of some of the most commonly used Banner and VandalWeb finance query forms, how they relate to each other, Banner finance terms and how to find and view posted transactions. Vendor history and invoice status data is also included. This class is required for anyone needing query access to the Banner Finance Module and is a prerequisite to ALL subsequent Banner Finance classes. Upon completion, you will have access to Job Submission, which will allow you to print Finance reports. A non-Banner user can request VandalWeb access, which is query only, by emailing their request and Vandal number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This online class is for employees who have Banner finance access and are responsible for managing budgets. It provides hands on implementation of a budget transfer, how it affects the adjusted budget and available balance, the importance of budget transfers for proper budget management and alleviating NSF documents, and what budgets/funds are allowed budget transfers. Proper use of an expense, revenue and payroll cost transfer and IDG. This class is typically taught in conjunction with Budget Overview. email@example.com.
This online training is required to become a card holder or record keeper. It provides an overview of the purchasing card program policies and procedures and an opportunity to practice making decisions as a traveler and as a person who will be processing travel documents online. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This class is for employees who have previously taken Banner finance classes and are responsible for managing department budgets but are still unsure how to view Banner forms and reports and how it all ties together for successful overall budget management. This is a hands on session where the student will learn how to find transactions in Banner, learn the difference between budget and fund balances, process finance documents properly (and some HR), how to process and view most Banner finance forms and reports and understand approval queues. This class can also be a basic overview of the previous classes you have taken and how to put it all together. It is typically taught in conjunction with the Journals class. This training is offered upon request by contacting the trainer directly at email@example.com.