Supplier Enablement

We're changing our process

We're making it simpler and easier for suppliers to transact with the University, making the procure to pay process electronic, simple and efficient. 

From April 2021, RMIT is transitioning to Workday - our new Enterprise Resource Platform that will manage the procure to pay process at RMIT.

What does this mean for you? 

The move to Workday will see the following changes

  • All suppliers must complete a Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) profile
  • All suppliers must acknowledge RMIT’s Supplier Code of Conduct
  • RMIT’s current ‘No PO, No Pay’ policy, will be strictly applied
  • Faster and simpler payments

 Other points to note

  • The above are requirements of continued supply
  • If you are a currently contracted supplier, the agreement rates and terms remain the same
  • You remain the owner of your data and it will be held commercially in confidence, at all times
  • There is otherwise no changes to the way you interact with RMIT Vietnam, nor is there a requirement for you to download or access Workday


What are the benefits?

Workday will

  • Ensure RMIT staff buy in accordance with our contractual arrangements
  • Reduce the risk of delayed payment 
  • Reduce administrative activities when transacting with RMIT
  • With the enforcement of RMIT’s ‘No PO, No Pay’ policy, comes the confidence that your order has been approved by the correct people through automated workflows
  • The internal policy requires RMIT buyers to promptly receipt delivered products & services, triggering prompt invoice payment

What can you do to prepare? 

  • Please complete the Supplier Registration form, that is emailed to you by RMIT Vietnam
  • Begin supporting RMIT’s current ‘No PO, No Pay’ policy and reduce the risk of delayed payment, by not processing any orders without being provided with a PO, or PO number at the time of the request
  • Contact your IT Department to whitelist the following email addresses:
  • Please share this information with individuals within your organisation who need to know about this change 


Further Information

If you have any questions, please contact