Welcome to KPMG China Supplier Portal
At KPMG we are passionate about the quality of service we provide to our clients – and we expect the same level of quality from our suppliers too. That’s why we insist on the highest ethical standards from all of our third-party suppliers and contractors and expect them to comply with or exceed the basic principles of our anti-corruption and sustainability.
In return, we will provide you with the tools and support to help you get the most out of your relationship with us. It’s a commitment that we take seriously, and one of the main drivers behind why we’re transforming the way we do business together.
As a supplier, there are a number of ways you can interact with us.
Coupa Supplier Portal (CSP):
Manage purchase orders (PO)
View invoice and status
Supplier Actionable Notification (SAN):
KPMG will send purchase orders to you by e-mail.
KPMG has a ‘No PO, No Pay’ policy in place.
- This means that suppliers who undertake work without a valid PO generated by Coupa do so at risk of non-payment.
- A Coupa PO must be sent to you as the supplier at the time of commitment to confirm any purchase of goods and/or services. Supplier invoices that don’t include the KPMG PO number will be returned to the supplier unpaid
- For KPMG Overseas Member Firms, engagement code and contact person from KPMG China are mandatory. Our terms of payment will be calculated from the “Invoice Receiving Date” based on the payment term agreed in contract. Payment will only be issue with valid supplier invoice.
All original invoices issue to KPMG China must include the KPMG PO number:
- For hardcopy invoice, please directly send to following address:
Address: 7/F, Two Financial Center, 1 East Denghu Road, Foshan 528200, China
Receiver: KDC Finance Filing Team
Telephone: +86 (757) 8163 0163
- For recognised official electronic invoice (original version), please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The training material is applicable for both goods and services provider. All suppliers shall acknowledge PO when receiving it.
It is free for suppliers to use the Coupa Supplier Portal.
No, suppliers do not need to create a separate Coupa Supplier Portal (CSP) account for each customer. Suppliers can use one email address / account with CSP to oversee multiple accounts.
Yes. Supplier can forward the sourcing event invitation to his or her colleagues to fill in quotes.
One supplier can only have one CSP account registered and connected to KPMG China, the primary contact point from supplier side will receive CSP invitation. Once the supplier registers CSP, he or she will be the admin of own CSP account and can invite his or her colleagues to access CSP as well.
By default, the CSP invitation email will be sent to the email address that supplier provided to KPMG China for receiving PO.
Yes, supplier could add multiple legal entities' information to its own CSP account.
Requester will contact supplier to verify bank info if KPMG finance team finds any bank info inconsistency, then the payment will be made to the verified account.
Supplier is suggested to directly communicate with the contact point of KPMG China, e.g. requester who is stated on PO or buyer who contacted supplier before.
Yes. Clicking the acknowledgement button confirms that the supplier agrees to the Purchase Order (PO) and to supply the requested products or services. This also sends confirmation to KPMG China, requester/buyer then will be informed of the acceptance of the Purchase Order.
Yes. Supplier could receive PO via email.
Supplier will NOT need to stamp on paper PO and send it back to KPMG after Coupa go-live, but supplier shall acknowledge the PO in PO email or in CSP. Also, supplier shall mark the PO number on the invoice.
PO is placed by requester according to actual needs, the accumulated PO spend equals the fixed amount agreed in the contract if it is a standard alone contract. Supplier is suggested to communicate with contact point stated on PO to confirm the PO number used for invoicing and the invoicing amount if there is overtime charges. Supplier shall also mark PO number(s) in the note of invoice.
Supplier is suggested to directly communicate with the contact point stated on PO for further invoicing confirmation.