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Apache greatly values its relationships with its contractors and suppliers. Our focus is developing and maintaining supplier relationships based on cooperation, trust, reliability, and communication. We procure products and services through contractors and suppliers who demonstrate exceptional levels of quality and service, competitive pricing, solid delivery performance and effective after-sales support.

Below you will find information and various resources that will help you in conducting business with Apache.

Electronic Transactions

Apache utilizes the Ariba Network to electronically transact with its suppliers. The Ariba Network is a web-based marketplace that facilitates transactions between buyers and suppliers. Transacting on the Ariba Network gives suppliers improved standardization and control over order processing, along with better communication and visibility with Apache. Some of the key available benefits to Apache’s suppliers using the Ariba Network include:

  • Online portal for receiving and processing purchase orders
  • Ability to submit invoices electronically
  • Ability to submit service sheets electronically to document services rendered
  • Real-time invoice status updates as they are processed and readied for payment
  • Remittance (i.e., payment) notifications
  • Common platform for transacting with various customers

Click here to learn more about the benefits of being a supplier on the Ariba Network.

SAP Ariba offers two Ariba Network account types: Standard and Enterprise. Transacting on the Ariba Network is free for Standard Accounts. Enterprise Accounts are fee-based and offer additional functionality in addition to those included in Standard Accounts. Your company’s usage of the Ariba Network may differ depending on your account type. Click here to learn more about Ariba Network Accounts.

Apache is progressively enabling its suppliers to transact over the Ariba Network and will notify you when your company has been selected to participate. For any questions about Apache’s usage of the Ariba Network or its process for enabling suppliers on the Ariba Network, please contact ApacheAriba.US@apachecorp.com.

Electronic Invoicing

The Ariba Network will be used by Apache to receive invoices from your organization. If you have been enabled on the Ariba Network and are ready with your submission, please click here to learn how to electronically submit your invoice using the Ariba Network.

Suppliers Currently Utilizing Cortex™

*Suppliers currently using Cortex are to continue submitting invoices via Cortex using the existing process. Apache will notify you when you have been selected to begin submitting invoices via the Ariba Network and will assist you with that transition.

Apache had previously implemented Cortex as an electronic invoicing solution. Apache has now transitioned to use of the Ariba Network to further to improve operational efficiency and cost effectiveness with its suppliers and throughout the organization. As such, Apache is no longer accepting new suppliers on Cortex.

Existing users of Cortex are to continue submitting invoices via the existing process until otherwise notified. For general inquiries, please email info@cortex.net or call 1-866-716-6272 (option 2). For supplier support, please email support@cortex.net or call 1-866-716-6272 (option 1).

Electronic Payments

Apache has transitioned to electronic payments with its suppliers in furtherance of supporting a fully electronic procurement process from purchase to settlement. For this, Apache utilizes VendorIn, a web-based solution that allows your company to directly and securely maintain its profile and banking information for the purposes of facilitating electronic payments. Please note that VendorIn is only used to gather and maintain banking detail; your payments will still come from Apache Corporation. Your company’s participation assists Apache in ensuring its payments to its suppliers are accurate and timely. Some key benefits to Apache’s suppliers using VendorIn include:

  • Notification by email in advance of each payment
  • Improved cash flow – no waiting for a check in the mail
  • No cost and easy activation of your company profile
  • Ability to easily update your banking and remittance information through your VendorIn profile

To participate, click here (web link) to create and activate your profile on VendorIn. To receive your activation code required for registration, please contact eInvoicing.US@apachecorp.com.

For questions about the registration process or for support, please email customerservice@vendorin.com or call 1-866-759-2555.

Contacting Apache

Apache is available for its suppliers should they have questions, need to notify Apache of important changes, or generally require assistance. Below is a list of commonly requested topics and the respective contact information:

  • Invoice and payment status for electronically submitted invoices are viewable online via your invoice submission portal
  • For other general invoice inquiries, please contact Accounts Payable:
  • For updates to names, address, or tax IDs, scan and send the appropriate documents outlined below to eInvoicing.US@apachecorp.com:
    • For address changes: please send a signed letter on company letterhead notifying Apache of your current/correct remit to address.
    • For name or tax ID changes: please send all certified company change documentation, a signed letter stating details of the change, and a copy of the new W9 reflecting the new corporate legal name and Tax ID
  • For inquiries on orders, being an Apache supplier, or general supplier relations, please contact Supply Chain:

Policies, Standards, and Terms and Conditions

Apache’s utilizes a series of different terms and conditions which cover the purchase of various services that are rendered at our field locations. These are usually expressed as Master Service Agreements (MSA). Purchase Orders for materials or related services performed at a location other than an Apache worksite are governed by our Purchase Order Terms and Conditions.

The following are important policies or standards that Apache’s suppliers are expected to be aware of and to comply with:

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