RejsUd launched at AU
AU’s new travel expense settlement system RejsUd has been launched, and you will find guides and a FAQ on the RejsUd website. Note that new passwords for former AURUS users must contain at least eight characters, including special characters.
On Tuesday 21 August, RejsUd, AU’s new travel expense settlement system, was launched. AU employees must settle their travel expenses in this system from now on. If you have credit card transactions from the period 1-21 August and thereafter, they are now available for settlement in the RejsUd system.
Questions and answers about RejsUd
If you had an AURUS account or use IndFak, you received a mail in the period 17-20 August containing instructions for logging on to RejsUd. If you no longer have this email, you can consult the RejsUd page on medarbejdere.au.dk, where you will find a link to both mails as well as shortcuts to new user creation, login, guides and FAQ. Get help with RejsUd here
Requirements for RejsUd passwords
Note that passwords for former users of AURUS must include:
- at least eight characters
- both upper case and lower case letters
- at least one number
- at least one special character
Otherwise, the system will not approve your password.
Read more about passwords in the user guide ‘How to log on to RejsUd and how to get a new password’.
RejsUd support café
In the course of autumn, a series of RejsUd support cafés will take place, at which representatives from the Travel Expense Accounts team and Financial Control will be available to answer questions and help with concrete travel expense reports. See the dates of RejsUd support cafés (in Danish)