Ariba Resources

Webinar Series for Ariba Users

These webinars introduce you to SAP Ariba. They demonstrate basic navigation and how to search for and use Standing Offers. In under 35 minutes, you’ll know how to get started with your procurement.

The following webinar is recommended for all new account holders:

The following webinars are recommended for all new and returning users:

Introducing the Dashboard & Watched Projects (07:00)
Learn how to customize your dashboard and how to use Watched Projects to easily find and view specific contracts.

Searching in Ariba (08:29)
Learn how to use filters and keywords to find specific contracts or requests in Ariba.

Working with Standing Offers (11:01)
Learn how to access and purchase from Standing Offers.

If you work for the Province of Nova Scotia or Nova Scotia Health Authority, you can do more with Ariba:

About Sourcing & Contract Requests (03:07)
Learn the difference between Sourcing and Contract Requests, and when to use each one.

Creating & Submitting a Sourcing Request (10:02)
Learn how to complete and submit a Sourcing Request to initiate a procurement project.

Creating & Submitting a Contract Request (10:04)
Learn how to complete and submit a Contract Request to change an existing contract.

What to Do When a Sourcing or Contract Request is Denied (06:20)
Learn how to proceed if your request is not approved for processing.

Delegating Authority & Changing Notifications (03:39)
Learn how to change your preference settings to temporarily assign a delegate and how to adjust the notifications you receive.

Reference Guides for Ariba Users

The Ariba reference guides are documents with step-by-step instructions to help with your procurement. Please come back to this page to access these guides when you need them so you always have the most up-to-date information.

The following guides are recommended for all new and returning users:

If you work for the Province of Nova Scotia or Nova Scotia Health Authority, you can do more with Ariba:

Help

For more help in Ariba, submit a ticket to procurement support.