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Oracle Suppliers



To further enhance our services and support, the iSupplier Portal will be taken down every Friday at 6:00 p.m. (PST) until Saturday at 12:00 p.m. (PST) for routine upgrades and maintenance.

Oracle’s commitment to working with small, diverse, high-quality suppliers is an important aspect of our procurement vision.

The Oracle Supplier Diversity team endeavors, on a good-faith effort basis, to work with small, minority-owned, women-owned, disability-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, and veteran-owned businesses in the United States. The team is always looking for small and diverse suppliers that can deliver creative, high-quality products and services. Ultimately, our goal is to diversify our supplier base by encouraging these small and diverse suppliers to compete for business opportunities.

Oracle is a member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), and Disability:IN. These memberships provide access to a database of certified suppliers Oracle can invite to compete in upcoming sourcing events and provide opportunities to network and learn from other program managers.

Doing Business with Oracle

Doing Business with Oracle

Oracle iSupplier Portal (iSP) is a secured self-service tool, which provides Oracle's suppliers with the ability to use a standard web browser to directly manage business transactions from the orders placed with your company. This includes invoice management and viewing payment statuses. Access to iSP is limited to approved suppliers with an Oracle supplier number.

Billing Oracle

Billing Oracle

Oracle accepts electronic invoices via a number of different methods. Learn more information regarding Accounts Payable related transactions.

Electronic invoicing at Oracle


All Oracle suppliers must accept electronic payments from Oracle unless the supplier is based in certain countries. Learn more information regarding electronic payments.

Electronic payments requirements

Oracle requests that all suppliers accept electronic payments in countries where they are available.

Electronic payments are classed as electronic funds transfer (EFT) and suppliers need to provide their bank information in order to be paid electronically.

Suppliers in all Oracle entities apart from the below list are required to accept payments electronically.

  • Russia
  • Ukraine
  • Kazakhstan
  • Serbia

Code of Ethics

Download the translated versions of the Oracle Supplier Code of Ethics and Business Conduct.

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