The UZH Web Portal for Business Applications (in German “UZH-Webportal-Geschäftsapplikationen”) hosts a row of business processes that can be accessed at any point of time. It has one central design and search facility shared by all applications, which eases navigation between its various components.
Following applications are currently available on the UZH Web Portal for Business Applications:
Access to the Web Portal for Business Applications is open to everyone. However, users will only see the applications for which they have been granted access rights. For those, who do not have any, the Web Portal will be empty.
Link to the UZH Web Portal for Business Applications: https://businessservices.uzh.ch
For security reasons, registration is carried out using the UZH Active Directory user ID and password as well as the multi-factor authentication from Microsoft, which is also used in MS Teams for example. Enter your UZH e-mail address in the login mask and click "Next".
You are then automatically redirected to the UZH Active Directory Login:
Then confirm your login with the second factor you have chosen for Microsoft authentication. If you have not yet set this up, you will find all the information you need under https://www.zi.uzh.ch/en/support/Outlook-und-Kollaboration-Office-365/setup-multifactor-authentification.html
Applications are represented on the Portal as individual apps, which are clustered into groups. Each app has a title, a subtitle and a picture as well as a counter (when appropriate, such as on the app “Pendenzen, Belegfreigabe”).
In the upper area of the Web Portal, in addition to the button for the start page, the activated groups are also visible at all times. These are used for navigation; clicking on the desired group takes you to the apps.
The applications opens with one click. To exit the application, click on the UZH-Sign or on the Arrow-Back “<” symbol. Both are located at the very top of the page.
|A||A click on «UZH» takes you back to your personal start page.|
|B||Personal start page|
|C||Further tabs to the (active) groups|
|D||Main screen. You see the active groups.|
When you enter the UZH Web Portal for Business Applications, your personal start page is displayed. By default, it is empty, but apps can be added manually via your profile.
By clicking on your personal abbreviation at the top right (see illustration below), the personal profile can be edited.
|A||In the App Finder, apps can be added to the start page.|
|B||Under "Settings" in the "area and pages" section, a tick controls whether the personal start page is displayed.|
|C||Editing screen of the start page. Apps can be added to or removed from the start page. It is also possible to define personal sections on the start page.
Note: This menu option only appears in the profile when the start page is displayed.
|D||Possibility to log out of the UZH Web Portal for Business Applications.|
Finance apps are subdivided into four groups:
FI Belegbearbeitung: Access to the Kreditorenworkflow (KWF) approval screen ("Pendenzen") and invoice overview ("Belegübersicht").
FI Auswertungen: Individual links to reports available on the Reporting Portal (by cost centre, project, etc.) and related e-mail notifications.
FI Stammdaten: Link to the overview of financial master data (Finanzreferenzdatenliste) and inquiries for KWF roles and users.
The UZH Web Portal for Business Applications is supported by all common web browsers. However, the browser and especially browser settings will influence the user’s experience on most of the applications.
Following browsers are adequate to run FI apps: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. Cookies have to be activated and if your browser offers that possibility, we recommend opting for an automatic deletion of website data after use.
IMPORTANT: Language settings of your operating system (especially Mac OS) and/or web browser have to be set to German in order to guarantee the correct execution of commands within the various Finance apps. Display of attachments and running the Faktura Light app may otherwise be compromised.
Web applications of the HR department are to be launched within Citrix with Firefox to ensure full operability.
Consult the detailed user documentation (PDF, 2 MB) on the various browser settings (in german only).