Accurate supplier information is crucial for enabling on-time payments, and P&G suppliers are now able to manage their account information in Aravo. Please ensure your invoice information and payment details are up-to-date and accurately reflected in Aravo.
We are committed to making payments as quickly and efficiently as possible, and electronic invoicing best enables this. Thus, P&G is actively phasing out the processing of paper & PDF invoices where legally allowable. As of December 31, 2018, electronic invoicing will be the only supported invoicing method for most* invoices to P&G U.S. legal entities (excluding Puerto Rico). Though Paper and PDF invoicing currently remain available in other geographies, we strongly request your support to leverage electronic invoicing wherever legally allowed.
How Does e-Invoicing Benefit You?
By digitizing the invoices we receive from you, we’ll be able to jointly reduce the errors which cause late payments. Electronic invoicing enables many other benefits, such as:
What e-Invoicing Options Are Available?
P&G has partnered with Tungsten and Coupa to help enable P&G’s digital journey, and each offers several options for submitting your invoice information (e.g. submitting via a portal or direct integration with your company’s ERP). See the table below for more details. Please hover on each solution to know the specific countries or markets per region where these are available.
Important Information to Note:
Please note: Though the matrix will help identify appropriate invoicing methods for your business case, it’s your responsibility to ensure your invoices comply with local law. Please see the interactive map below for help in identifying country or market - specific invoicing requirements.
How Do I Enroll?
Your next steps depend on the type of Purchase Order (PO) against which you intend to invoice:
For P&G to be able to pay your company on-time:
P&G has simplified how you can access real-time invoice status information, and you have multiple options to check the status of invoices:
If you need more information on P&G Payment Terms, please contact your P&G Purchasing Contact.
P&G's preferred payment method is Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). With EFT, payments can be electronically deposited utilizing Automated Clearing House (ACH) or other electronic payment types. Funds are deposited directly into your company's designated bank account, generally within 2-5 working days.
If you need to update your bank information, please log into Aravo.
*Note: There are limited exceptions where alternate methods will be considered compliant. If you have not been informed by P&G that your business with us falls into one of these limited exceptions, we will expect to receive 100% of your invoices to P&G U.S. electronically.