|Ordering Apple Computers||Customer No. 49015
A new WayneBuy Punchout option
Wayne State University’s Purchasing Department is partnering with Apple to simplify the ordering process for Apple computers. Purchasing will streamline the requisition and ordering steps by using WayneBuy
Why the Change?
The University is looking for ways to streamline the order process. A collaboration between Wayne State’s Procurement Department and Apple Computer have now made it possible to place orders simply by punching out to Apple's website. Unlike most punchout options, the Apple Punchout will open a second browser. However, you still use the new browser to search for the products, parts, or peripherals you need, and add them to your shopping cart. Orders will be placed more quickly with Apple, and the invoicing process will be streamlined.
The new punchout option with Apple will allow you to build your requisition through their comprehensive web interface. All deliveries should be sent to Central Receiving at 1200 Holden, to ensure secure delivery to your office. The new interface will automatically establish a purchase order and corresponding electronic invoice for an effortless billing and payment process.
- Easy and convenient punchout ordering
- Electronic invoicing
- Deliveryto 1200 Holden for redistribution to your office
- Paperless ordering, Shopper only role can assign the cart for completion and approval
- Email notifications for real time order status updates
Apple is a Strategic Supplier in WayneBuy. This means, that the order process is as simple as logging into WayneBuy, clicking on the Apple punch-out catalog, filling a shopping cart, and checking out in WayneBuy. In addition, those persons on campus with shopping cart capability (essentially the entire campus community) can now make paperless requests for Apple equipment, parts, and peripherals for their business office by using the Assign a Cart function.
We encourage you to work with your department’s technical support staff when configuring Apple computers. If you are planning a large desktop/notebook/server/storage project (25 units or more), please contact Suzanne Whitlow to inquire about volume discounts. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions related to Apple's website and ordering process.
Also note that Apple will not accept WSU’s Procurement Card transactions on-line or by telephone. The WSU Purchasing Department is WSU’s only authorized buyer for Apple computers.
After your Apple order is placed…
Your Apple Contact Information
As your field account executive (AE), I am responsible for the strategic relationship between Apple and Wayne State University. I work with higher education customers to identify and develop technology solutions using Apple and third-party products. I also facilitate access to individuals and organizations within Apple and at other companies and institutions. My personal area of expertise is the integration of technology with teaching, learning and research.
Inside Account Executive
[phone] 512 674-6767 or 800-800-2775 x46767
[fax] 866 219-9213
Suzanne, your inside account executive (IAE), is my backup working out of Austin. Due to my travel schedule, Suzanne is often easier to reach than I am. Suzanne also helps me generate proposals and quotes for Apple and third-party hardware, software, and services.
[phone] 248 573-4920
Dave is your systems engineer (SE) and is a pre-sales support resource who can provide advice on Apple and third-party technologies and solutions. Dave frequently consults with higher education customers on directory integration, client deployment and management, identity management, security, storage solutions, media creation and distribution, and multi-operating system labs. Dave can also direct you to the post-sales support resources that you may need.
To check on the status of an order, visit Order Status. You will need either your AppleConnect username and password or your Apple sales order number and shipping zip code.
For post-sales support, contact AppleCare at 800-800-2775 or use their website at http://www.apple.com/support/ .