CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 1 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 * If you are logging on for the first time the instructions are as follows: Click "Cardholder SelfRegistration"Registration" Enter your 16 digit account number Enter the Company Code: 042814 2 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Cardholder Registration 3 User ID Requirements Your user ID must be at least six characters in length with no spaces or special characters. Your user ID is case sensitive. Create an ID that will be easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess.

Once you have entered and confirmed all of your information, click "Register Account". There will be a message indicating that your user ID has been created. Click to Return to Login page and re Registration"enter your user ID and password you created . This will take you to the Home Page, which gives you a great deal of information regarding your account. If you click on the Account Users Guide link in the bottom right of the Home Page screen, and then go to page 9 in the guide, you will see a detailed explanation of the Home Page screen. (On most monitors, you have to roll up the page and click on view more to get to the link.) Important Note Your ID must be unique in the whole MasterCard database. If you try an ID that is already being used you will get the following message The user ID you specified already exists in the application. Please try again. Enter your email address and confirm. In the Password area, enter your new password. NOTE Password is case sensitive. Passwords must contain a combination of letters and numbers at least eight characters in length. At least two of the characters must be numbers. From the drop down window, select a security question. In the next box enter your answer to the security question you selected. NOTE ~ your security answer must be at least 4 characters long and cannot Contain spaces.

A 4 SDG2 HOME PAGE CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Print the expense report and attach all receipts to the report. Sign & date the report and submit it to your supervisor for approval signature. Hand deliver the report to the drop box in the Office of the Controller in Parsons Hall. The system deletes completed reports after 30 days. A. Menus: provides access to all screens and operations B. Account Activity Summary: Contains important transactional information. C. News and Links: Displays messages and resources posted by application administrators. D. Reports & Data Files: Provides access to reports.

E. Resource Center: Provides application user guides, interactive tutorials, online help, etc. F. Review required: Latest transactions that have posted to your account. G. Snapshots: Graph of spend by category and total spend H: Expense Report: Link to your current Expense Report for printing. A B D C H E F G CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 ALLOCATING TRANSACTION DATA The SDG2 system refers to entering account number information as Cost Allocation or Allocating Transaction Data.

Place you cursor on ACCOUNT ACTIVITY. Click Transaction Summary 5 6 ALLOCATING TRANSACTION DATA (contd.) Search Criteria Selecting Reporting Cycle will provide a listing of all the billing cycles available. Selecting Date Range allows you to specify a specific date range of transactions to review. Date Type: Posting Date is when the transaction was applied to your account. Transaction Date is the date the charge was authorized. Use Posting Date if matching to your statement. This selection is grayed out when you select Reporting Cycle because it is set up to default to Posting Date. *NOTE: We will use Reporting Cycle for processing transactions. You may use the

specific date range when you want to search for information. A note about navigation within the SDg2 system: Do not use the back button on your web browser. Click on the form names in blue under the blue heading bar to navigate to a different form. Or, use the menu items from the blue heading bar. CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Allocating Transaction Data (Contd) All transactions meeting your date/status criteria will be listed on the screen. When you click on the Expand All link located to the left near the SEARCH RESULTS bar; you will see which transactions need to have your account numbers added.

7 The 3 icons or buttons at the left of each transaction are, from right to left: Transaction, Split Transaction, and Accounting Detail. The Transaction button will give you all the information that is available for that transaction. It is for information purposes. The Split Transaction button is to be used when you have to allocate an expense to more than one index and/or account. The Accounting Detail button will bring you to the Accounting Codes Information box that contains the fields that need to be filled in for the transaction for data entry. The Line Item button gives you a list of items purchased for the specific expense. This information is carried over from level three merchants only. CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2

Allocating Transaction Data (contd) Note: If the index does not appear in the dropRegistration"down list, contact Barbara Tschida, [email protected], ext 3521 or Donna Scarbrough, [email protected], ext 3519 for assistance. A. The Expense Description box is where you will need to enter a business purpose/event. B. The index group is where you select from the group of indexes according to the beginning letter of the index. Change the index from within the index box Change the account code from within the account code box C. Click on the reviewed checkbox for each transaction to lock your transactions. D. Click on the save button at the top or bottom right of the screen. E. The review check box will disappear and a padlock will appear n its place. D

C A B 8 CARDHOLDER QUCIK REFERNCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Allocating Transaction Data (contd) Splitting a Transaction (2 screen shots) Click the Split Transaction icon for the transaction from the transaction summary page (the split transaction screen appears, see below). 1. Split By field, indicate whether you want to split by currency (amount) or (percent). 2. Specify the number of splits and click on Add. 3. Description, enter the business purpose for each split 4.

Click Save. Once the new splits have been saved, you can click on the Accounting Detail icon (>) to access the accounting codes. 5. Change your accounting fields as explained on page 8 6. Click SAVE 9 4 2 1 3 Appearance of Page (below) after you click the (>) accounting detail icon. 5 6 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Scheduling Expense Reports

10 Click on Report tab at the top of the screen. Click on Run. Select Travel Reports from the Report Selection. Click on Expense Report: Clinking on the star in front of expense report saves the report to your favorites (on the right) 10 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Scheduling Expense Reports (contd)

After you have clicked on Expense Report you will see the 11 following screen. You will not make any changes to options 3, 4, or 7. From here you will click on option 5-Criteria (see next slide) DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO THESE TWO (2) SCREENS CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Scheduling Expense Reports (contd) Option 5 (Criteria) ALWAYS click on the box in front of include split transactions Report Notes: This is where you would enter a name of your choice for the report. (could be billing cycle month or cardholder name)

12 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Scheduling Expense Reports (contd) Hint: Use Reporting Cycle for completed cycles. Use run Once only when running a report in the middle of the cycle. Option 6 (Frequency: Reporting Cycle) Click on the radial button next to Reporting Cycle. Select the Reporting Cycle for the appropriate reporting period (such as Nov 17 (10/16/2017 11/15/2017).

Option 7 (Delivery Options and Notification) Click Submit Request to process your report 13 Printing your Expense Report CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Scheduling Expense Reports (contd) After submitting your report, you will come to the Dashboard page. (located under the reports tab) Completed tab: select the report you want to print and click on the download button on the right side of the screen (the report can also be located on the home page as in the past) Scheduled tab: You can see the status of scheduled reports here. 14 15

CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Supervisor Information SMART DATA GENERATION 2 SUPERVISOR Group Managers are system users that need access to code accounting detail for transactions on cards for which they are not the cardholder. They may also be cardholders with multiple cards due to split jobs or other reasons. Examples of Group Managers are department Administrative Assistants or Executive Assistants who expedite the collection of receipts and coding of transaction for cardholders in their area. Group Managers are set up using the first initial of first name, complete last name and followed by _s. See example as follows: User name=Jane Jones User ID=jjones_s Password=042814 As soon as you sign in, you will be prompted to change your password and provide answers to some security questions. See the password set up on page 3 of this manual. If you are a group manager, your initial sign-on screen will look a little different because you will have 4 tabs in the blue bar (Financial, Reports, Account, User) instead of the 3 tabs (My Profile, Reports, Account Activity) listed for regular cardholders. CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Supervisor Information In order to access cardholders and their transactions, place your cursor on the FINANCIAL tab, click on ACCOUNT SUMMARY. A search screen will appear. Select ALL ACCOUNTS from the search dropRegistration"down and

click on the search button. A list of the cardholders in your group will appear (see next page). 16 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Supervisor Information (contd) Click on the CARDHOLDER NAME to select a cardholder account to code and/or review. At this point the process for the allocation of transaction data is the same as it is for the cardholder. Turn back to page 6 in this manual to follow the directions for allocating data. The other thing that is a little different is that group managers access the report capability from the tab REPORTS on the green bar instead of as a menu option under ACCOUNT ACTIVITY. 17 Scheduling expense report for each cardholder CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 Supervisor Information (contd)

Put your mouse over the Reports tab and click on Run Click on 1 Reporting Entity: Click on Account Type last name of cardholder in Account Name Field Click the search button Scroll down and click on the cardholder name Follow instructions from bottom of slide 11 through slides 15 to schedule report. 18 CARDHOLDER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR SDG2 To allocate transactions To generate a report

1. From the Account Activity menu, select Transaction Summary. 2. Select Reporting Cycle or a specific date range. 3. All transactions meeting your date/status criteria will be listed. 4. Click the arrow icon or Expand All. You will see which transactions need your account numbers listed. 5. Complete Accounting Codes information for each transaction. 6. Click Save. 7. Splitting a transaction (optional): Click on the split Transaction Icon (middle icon) Enter the number of splits and click add. Enter the dollar value for each split and an expense description, and click Save. Click on the accounting detail icon or the arrow icon in front of each description field. Select your account number data for each portion of the split

Click Save 1. Select Reports > Run 2. Select Travel Reports > Expense Report 3. Select Criteria > check box for include split transactions and report notes (optional) 4. Select Frequency > select reporting cycle 5. Click on submit request button 6. System will email when the report is complete. Or you can monitor the dashboard or completed reports section of the reports inbox. 7. Print a copy of the report and attach all receipt to the report. 8. Get the appropriate signatures and date the report . 9. The report is available for 30 days. 19

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