SAP Supplier Portal
Welcome to the SAP supplier portal, where you can find localized terms and conditions for procurement, the SAP supplier code of conduct, and other information about doing business with SAP and our affiliates. We build sustainable relationships with our suppliers to help fulfill our operational needs, stimulate economic growth in the communities we serve, and satisfy the expectations of our stakeholders.
General terms and conditions
Learn about the general terms and conditions for procurement and for the purchase of goods or services as referenced in the relevant purchase order from SAP or its affiliates.
SAP supplier code of conduct
Read about acceptable conduct that SAP expects from our contractors, consultants, suppliers, vendors, and all other third-party companies that comprise SAP’s supply chain in our supplier code of conduct.
Travel and expenses reimbursement policy for SAP suppliers
Find out about reimbursement of preapproved expenses related to business travel in our travel and expense reimbursement policy for SAP suppliers, which clearly reflects SAP’s values, strategies, and standards.
Supplier network for SAP Ariba solutions
Access information about conducting business with SAP using Ariba Network, a secure, global platform for exchanging business transactions such as purchase orders, invoices, catalogs, and payments.
Supplier network for SAP Fieldglass solutions
Identify support contacts and find answers to questions about the supplier network for SAP Fieldglass solutions.
In order to ensure that the business transactions between SAP and your company run seamlessly, kindly help to keep your company information up to date in SAP’s vendor master internal database. In case of any changes in your company data (name, address, tax ID, bank account), reach out to the vendor master data team, or inform your SAP point of contact.
Speak Out at SAP
We rely on our employees and ecosystem to assess every decision and action made on behalf of the organization to be legal, fair, and compliant with our policies and Code of Business Conduct. SAP encourages you to speak out and report any concerns related to compliance violations, primarily involving possible fraud, bribery, or other corrupt conduct.
You can report your concern anonymously or by name. There are multiple ways of reporting a concern, so you can choose the method you are most comfortable with. All submissions and identities will be maintained confidentially to the greatest extent practical (in light of the need to perform an investigation and, if necessary, take action).