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PO Invoice Emailing Option

Accounts Payable started accepting invoices via email from pre-approved PO suppliers in August 2014. Suppliers are required to sign an agreement and are given instructions on how and where to send their invoices.

Benefits to emailing invoices directly to AP:

  • Eliminates supplier paper and postage cost
  • Eliminates the time it takes for AP to receive invoices via postal mail
  • Eliminates the time it takes to open the mail and scan invoices into our system
  • Emailed invoice goes directly into our processing queue

How to become an approved PO invoice emailing supplier:

  • Click link to sign up to become an approved vendor > Penn PO Supplier Invoice Emailing Agreement
  • Once approved the vendor will receive an approval email with information on where to send invoices to and the formatting required
  • After approval email has been received, Supplier can start sending PO invoices to AP via email to the designated email address

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