Getting started

I want to become a Microsoft supplier – learn more about doing business with us

  • Important: If you're interested in becoming a supplier for Microsoft, you can find relevant information on this site, however, this is only a resource, not an application process.
  • The Supplier Code of Conduct outlines our expectations for suppliers, and their employees, personnel, agents, and subcontractors. Microsoft expects companies to embrace this commitment to integrity while conducting business with and/or on behalf of Microsoft. We require suppliers to be aware of, attest to, train on, and always adhere to the SCoC.
    Review the Supplier Code of Conduct
  • Are you a diverse supplier? Supplier diversity at Microsoft means fostering greater levels of diversity in our supplier base to reflect the global diversity of our customers.
    Explore Supplier diversity
  • Microsoft Small Business Program is a US-based initiative that focuses on supporting Microsoft’s commitment to partner with small business suppliers in all areas of our company. Having a range of supplier sizes in our ecosystem allows us to quickly scale to meet business needs while supporting our pledge to continually seek year-over-year (YoY) growth with small businesses.
    Learn more about the Microsoft Small Business Program
  • Master Supplier Services Agreement (MSSA): If a contract is required, it must be executed prior to doing work. After the supplier has signed, business-specific Statements of Work (SOWs) or Purchase Orders (POs) are needed.
    Download the Master Supplier Services Agreement (MSSA)

I’m already a supplier, what should I know?

  • Learn more about SupplierWeb - the centralized onboarding and account management tool for suppliers doing business with Microsoft.
    Visit What is SupplierWeb?

    Below are a few of the things you can do:
    • Find Purchase Orders (POs) or invoice details
    • Manage your profile
    • Get support and answers
    • Key information and announcements bring the updates to you

Doing business compliantly

More resources

  • Global purchasing Terms & Conditions (T&Cs): Purchase Order T&Cs differ based on which subsidiaries a supplier does business with.
    Find local Purchase Order Terms & Conditions
  • Find your local Accounts Payable contact on the Accounts Payable
  • As of September 2020, suppliers can access their data on SupplierWeb.
    NOTE: Payees with a short-term relationship receiving a limited number of payments should continue to use Payment Central. For access issues, contact Accounts Payable.