To bill a customer for products or services, we generate an invoice in TechOne financials. Customers have 30 days to pay us from the date of their invoice. Invoice request forms should be emailed to your college/portfolio finance team. Invoices will be raised on receipt of a completed invoice request form. Before you provide products or services to a customer, make sure they have an up-to-date account with the university.
To bill a customer for products or services, you need to:
Payment options are listed on the invoice. Customers have 30 days to pay us from the date of their invoice.
If we've overcharged a customer on an invoice, or the invoice is incorrect in some way, you can request an adjustment to the invoice. Please fill in the credit note request form, including the approval from the supervisor and backing documentation and send it to Accounts.Receivable@flinders.edu.au.
Customers can request a refund if we've charged them correctly but they've overpaid by mistake. Refund requests can be made to Accounts.Receivable@flinders.edu.au.
If a payment is overdue we send a series of reminders, up to a final demand for payment after 90 days. If it looks like an invoice isn’t going to be paid, the Revenue officer will work with your unit to decide what to do next. That can mean:
If you receive payments or handle money in your area, you must keep all money secure and make sure payments are sent to the Revenue Team.
If your organisational unit has access to an approved cashiering and receipting system, it can issue receipts. If not, you’ll need to forward payments and required documentation to the Revenue Team to be processed.
Revenue Administration Officer is responsible for the allocation of the various daily deposits and withdrawals that are transacted on the University bank account. Transactions appear that have no clear reference by which they cannot be accurately identified are investigated to determine the appropriate allocation.
In exceptional circumstances a customer/organisation may wish to make a deposit directly to the University Bank Account without the earlier issue of an invoice. In such circumstances, please notify EFT.Remittance@flinders.edu.au with required documentation beforehand to assist in the timely subsequent allocation of funds.
If you receive a remittance advice from a customer paying an invoice, forward it to EFT.Remittance@flinders.edu.au
Finance & Procurement Services
Online Payments (OSS) is an online payments system used by Flinders University to administer and channel all the incoming payments to the University.
For more details please visit the Online Payments page or contact Revenue team.
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