Your user ID and password should be something that you can easily remember and is hard for others to guess.
User IDs must:
User ID examples:
Passwords are case sensitive and must:
If you forget your user ID, you can request to have your user ID emailed by entering your company's Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and email address.
If you forget your password, or your password is not working for some reason, you can create a new one if you can provide the following information:
You chose one of the following security questions when you registered:
When you fill out the Forgotten Password form, you will be prompted to create a new one online.
Yes. Log in with your current user ID and password then click on Change Password. You will be prompted to enter your current password once and your new password twice.
Your company's information can only be accessed by completing the registration and authentication process. You need your company’s Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), purchase order number and ZIP/postal code to authenticate.
Note: if a registered person departs your company, please contact your purchasing agent or email us and request that we delete their web ID.
If you hit a button or click on a link and nothing happens for an unusually long period, or logging in takes too long, your browser is "hanging." This means that it is waiting for information from a server. At certain times during the day, the network connection between your computer and ours becomes busy and sometimes you have to wait a little longer for a response. It may help to:
There are many ways to use this search screen.
To view a specific PO, enter the PO number into the Purchase Order Number field and press Submit.
To view a listing of the most recent POs, leave the default values and press Submit. This will display all your POs created within the past 30 days.
To view all POs created off a contract, enter the contract number into the Contract field and press Submit. This will show you all POs referencing the contract within the past 30 days.
Want to do a more sophisticated search? Use all the search criteria - the Contract, Purchase Order Creation Date From/To, and the Purchase Order Status fields can be used in conjunction with each other.
The results will show real-time data.
Quickly view past due ECC purchase orders by selecting the Purchase Orders (ECC) report from the Supplier Account menu. Follow these simple steps:
From the results page, you can quickly view general information about the PO. You can see if the order is past due, has an open material discrepancy and if there are comments.
Click the PO hyperlink to see details about the specific PO. From the detailed level, you’ll be able to see where the order was sent, general information (e.g. when the PO was created, who created it, etc.) and PO text. There’s also an area where you can see detailed line item information such as line item status, the stocked material number, tax information, freight terms, delivery information, ordered quantity, received and invoiced quantities, plus over valuable details.
You can also add comments to a PO by clicking on the Add link in the Message Board column. Or see comments or material discrepancies by clicking on the View link.
The Purchase Orders (ECC), Invoice and Payment reports show real-time data. The contact information, contracts, past due material, purchase orders (Nuclear) and inventory consignment data is refreshed daily at approximately 5 a.m. EST.
Quick tip: Remember to always check the report header area for a clear indication on how current the data is.
Material Forecast data is refreshed once a month and the work order demand is refreshed daily. This report will also show the information as of date.