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|Being an Ascension Supplier: Our portal makes it easy |
As an Ascension supplier, you can take advantage of our many self-service options. That means you can spend time managing your business instead of digging for details.
|Invoices should be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click to attach and submit invoices by email. Please follow the guidelines below. |
To ensure proper payment processing, please include a valid 15-digit PO number on each invoice attachment.
- One invoice per email attachment. Please do not include multiple invoices in a single attachment.
- Acceptable attachment formats: DOC, DOCX, GIF, JPG, JPEG, PDF, PNG, PPT, RTF, TIF, TIFF, TXT, HTML, HTM.
- Message content is not read; only attachments are forwarded for processing.
- Help us avoid payment processing delays and submit invoices just once (unless we ask otherwise).
Invoiced details must match line details on the Ascension purchase order. Do not invoice for amounts greater than those shown on the PO.
|Click to open the Statement Account Reconciliation Automation (SARA) template, a specially formatted Excel template that allows our automation tool to search for invoices across multiple Ascension systems to deliver a response to you within one business day with the status of your invoices. Complete required fields, attach the completed Excel document to an email, and send it to email@example.com. |
Please review the SARA Quick Reference Guide for detailed instructions to fill out the template.
|Click to sign in to the Ascension Supplier Portal. After signing in, search for a payment to view and download the payment details. Refer to the Quick Reference Guide: Viewing Payment Details in the Supplier Portal for instructions. |
|Click to sign in to the Ascension Supplier Portal. After signing in, submit a request to update your company’s payment terms, PO dispatch method, preferred freight method, company name, or remit address. Refer to the Quick Reference Guide: Submitting Supplier Data Change Requests for instructions. |