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Interested in expert e-commerce advice? Unsure how to optimize your account? Confused about a customer request? Never fear—help is here! Ariba offers a wide range of support services to assist you with these questions and more. This handy guide will help you choose the right resources so you can get answers fast.


Support Teams

Ariba Customer Support

  • What is it? If you have questions about registration, how to log in/reset your password, account navigation, the Supplier Membership Program (SMP), or how to use Ariba solutions and services, contact Ariba Customer Support. Support is available in multiple languages via live chat, webform, and phone between 8:00 p.m. Sunday and 8:00 p.m. Friday, Eastern Time, to help you resolve problems or point you to appropriate resources.
  • How can you access it? Log into your Ariba account, click on Help/Help Center, click Support Center in the right-hand column, and then follow the directions to reach support resources or personnel. (Note that you can still access Help/Help Center to obtain support even if you are not able to log into your account.)

Ariba Enablement Help Desk

  • What is it? The Enablement Help Desk is designed to help you quickly and effectively meet customer requests to begin transacting over the Ariba® Network. Enablement experts are available via phone to answer your questions, provide advice and assistance, and point you to useful resources that make it easier complete the onboarding process.
  • How can you access it? You can reach the Enablement Help Desk by dialing toll-free 1.800.974.4899 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.[i]


Commerce Assistance

  • What is it? If you’re at the Select, Premier, Enterprise, or Enterprise Plus subscription level, you can maximize your e-commerce capabilities and benefits via customized services and support from the Commerce Assistance team. These collaborative commerce experts can help you with:
    • Customer acquisition: Fine-tune your Ariba profile to win new business, claim your free Ariba Discovery response(s), and proactively connect with more customers over the Ariba Network
    • Customer retention: Implement catalog and back-office integration strategies to increase relationship stickiness
    • Account management: Adopt best practices to drive greater efficiencies within and across customer accounts

If you’re an Enterprise or Enterprise Plus seller, the team can also help you take advantage of SMP package features like:

  • Ariba Ready program membership
  • Integration of your back-end system to the Ariba Network through an Ariba Integration Connector, powered by Dell Boomi
  • Catalog data cleansing and enrichment
  • Technical consultation services
  • Free pass to the Ariba LIVE conference[ii]
  • How can you access it? You can reach the Commerce Assistance team by sending an email to


Ariba Seller Technical Support

  • What is it? If you’re a Premier or an Enterprise or Enterprise Plus seller, you can get 24/5 technical support for fast assistance with account configuration, catalog formatting and validation, integration of your back-end systems with the Ariba Network, and similar requests. You can also receive 24/7 technical support for production-down problems and other high-priority technical issues.
  • How can you access it?
    • For general technical support, log in to your Ariba account, click on Help/Help Center, and click Support Center in the right-hand column. You can then submit your tech support request via webform, live chat, or phone, and a support representative will connect you with the appropriate Ariba Seller Technical Support team member based on the nature of your issue.
    • For high-priority/weekend technical support, follow the steps above to access the Support Center, then use the phone option to receive the appropriate assistance.


Strategic and Technical Consulting Services

  • What is it? When you’re ready to integrate your back-end systems with the Ariba Network—which lets you achieve the fully automated, “touchless” order-to-cash processing that maximizes e-commerce benefits for you and your customers—you can contract with the Electronic Supplier Integration Management (ESIM) team to receive personalized consulting on technical implementations, solution testing and troubleshooting, PunchOut configuration, strategic planning, and other B2B e-commerce areas. Additional options include:
    • Integration Express Consultation in which you create an integration playbook that captures your current integration process and capabilities on the Ariba Network along with your requirements for a “fast track” integration, helping you work with customers in the way that’s best for you (for Premier, Enterprise, or Enterprise Plus sellers)[iii]
    • Seller Integration Engagement where you receive technological guidance, proven frameworks, and even sample code to drive success in automating your connection to Ariba (for Enterprise and Enterprise Plus sellers)[iv]
  • How can you access it? To learn more about strategic and technical consulting services, contact the Commerce Assistance team at


Online Communities and Information

Ariba Exchange User Community

  • What is it? The Ariba Exchange User Community has replaced the former Help section in your account. It offers Ariba documentation and tutorials on an extensive array of subjects along with a “Popular Topics” area, product and status alerts, access to phone and live chat[v] support, and options to share feedback. Intuitive self-help tools, simple navigation, and fast and effective search functionality make it easy to find the information you need. (Check out this overview for details.)
  • How can you access it? Click Help in the upper right-hand corner from any page in your account, then click Help Center from the dropdown. For a brief primer on key community features along with helpful navigation tips, read “How to Use the Ariba Exchange User Community.”


Ariba Answers

  • What is it? Ariba Answers is an online resource center where you can find videos, recorded webcasts, case studies, white papers, and other materials designed to answer a wide range of “how-to” questions about Ariba and the Ariba Network—from getting started to improving your sales and marketing efforts. For example, you can get responses to queries like:
    • How do I list my business on Ariba?
    • How can I find leads?
    • What does my bill mean?
    • How do I connect with other customers?
    • How do I create a catalog?
  • How can you access it? Go to the Ariba Answers web page and click on “I’m a Supplier.”


Ariba Exchange

  • What is it? Ariba Exchange is a collaborative, web-based community where you can ask questions, share insights, and exchange information on a wide range of subjects with your peers, prospects, customers, and others engaged in B2B e-commerce. It provides a great way to network and build valuable relationships that can make your job easier.
  • How can you access it? Go to the Ariba Exchange home page, then register and log in to participate.

Online Training

Live Demos

  • What is it? Live demos are webinars led by knowledgeable instructors who provide practical, detailed information on how to expand your e-commerce capabilities and maximize your Ariba Network presence. Each demo typically lasts an hour, with about 45 minutes of prepared presentation and 15 minutes at the end for questions. Current topics include:
    • Introduction to the Ariba Network for Sellers
    • PunchOut for E-Commerce Managers
    • Integrating with Your Customers through cXML
    • Maximizing your Enterprise/Enterprise Plus Benefit Options
    • Ariba Network Functional Presentation
    • Creating Electronic Catalogs
  • How can you access it? To see a list of available demos and to sign up, go to this live demo registration page or this one.


[i] Toll-free Enablement Help Desk support is currently provided in English to sellers in the United States and Canada.

[ii] Free Ariba LIVE pass is available to Enterprise Plus sellers.

[iii] The Integration Express consultation is currently provided in English for sellers utilizing cXML and/or EDI (ANSI X12 and EDIFACT) with at least one customer on the Ariba Network.

[iv] The Seller Integration Engagement is currently provided in English, French, and German. Enterprise sellers receive four consulting hours, and Enterprise Plus sellers receive eight.

[v] Live chat is currently provided in English on a 24x5 (Monday through Friday) basis to Ariba Network sellers, with rollout to other seller groups scheduled in upcoming months.


Hey folks,

As promised at both Ariba Live in Las Vegas and in Barcelona, I'm posting the first of two eCommerce Value Calculators.   This is the simplified, high-level value calculator.  It should be used to help you determine where your greatest opportunity to impact your business in the areas of:

  • Working Capital Improvement
  • Increased Wallet Share
  • Efficiency Benefits
    • Invoice Efficiency Improvement
    • Purchase Order Error Reduction
    • Invoice Error Reduction


You can find localized calculators in the following locations.



Stay tuned for the more detailed eCommerce Value Calculator that I showed at Ariba Live Las Vegas.  I'm doing some final validations and consultations with customers. 

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What do winning B2B sales organizations do to gain market advantage? Not what they used to, that’s for sure. Within the past decade, the world of sales has changed dramatically. In a podcast recorded at Ariba LIVE in Las Vegas, principal analyst Dana Gardner of Interarbor Solutions talked with Mike Schultz, president of the sales consulting firm RAIN Group, and Brady Seiberlich, IT e-procurement and development manager at National Business Furniture (NBF), about what separates winners from losers in today’s volatile B2B marketplace.


Though many forces are driving the shift in sales dynamics, two things play a key role:


  1. A parity view of sellers: Today’s buyers see seller offerings as somewhat similar and interchangeable, says Mike, which means that conventional feature-function-benefit selling no longer works. Instead, sellers must compete by helping customers use and apply their products and services in ways that deliver the greatest benefits. In this scenario, the power of the ideas, innovation, and collaboration that sellers bring to the table matters most.
  2. Information symmetry: Gone are the days when sellers controlled the lion’s share of information about their products and services, while buyers had all the need and desire. The ability to research and network online has eliminated this asymmetry, enabling buyers to learn most of what they need to know about planned purchases without ever contacting sales teams.


It all adds up to a more level playing field—where sellers must be smarter than ever to succeed. “Sellers used to be able to just take orders; they can’t do that anymore and still win,” Mike points out. Brady agrees, noting that better-informed buyers are challenging sellers to work harder and deliver more in order to win and keep new business.


So how can sellers adjust? A recent RAIN Group study of B2B buyers’ purchasing behavior found that winning sellers—those best able to foster customer loyalty and gain repeat business—sell in a radically different way than their less-successful peers. And here’s what makes the greatest impact: When deciding between sellers with roughly equal products and services, buyers chose the one who created a better purchasing experience. "How the seller treated the buyer, what they did with the buyer were the tipping points for why they got awarded the business,” says Mike.


To build this winning experience for your customers, consider the following strategies:


  • Make buying easy through shared technology. Connecting with customers through the technology networks, applications, and mobile interfaces they prefer helps you build trust and strengthen relationships. It also makes you easy to buy from, since you’re already part of the systems they’re integrated with and use every day. For example, NBF joined collaborative business networks early on, creating an efficient, data-driven process for sales that streamlines buying from beginning to end. Along the way, the company built a solid track record as a tech-savvy seller, making it the highest-rated furniture provider on the Ariba® Network (see this case study for details). Another bonus: The experience gained with one customer can be leveraged to make the process smoother for others. “We’re trying to push customers to continue to buy from us off these networks, because we’ve proven how simple it can be,” Brady says.
  • Bring value-add to the buy. For example, NBF has replaced paper catalogs with highly detailed product information on its e-procurement website. “Information is huge for us,” Brady says. “We give customers as much information as possible, because they want to make the decision themselves and be done with it.” But if customers do have questions, NBF gives them direct access to expert help. With an average 10+ years of experience, service reps can tap deep product knowledge to find a solution that really fits each buyer. The company also invests in technology that improves buyer-relevant data and analysis, which benefits both sides.
  • Offer insights unavailable elsewhere. By doing so, you demonstrate to buyers that working with you brings superior value—a crucial differentiator in driving sales wins. A buyer in the RAIN Group study explained how this impacted an important software purchase he was making for his firm. In the final bid stages, he met with the two leading contenders to share his concerns about unknown pitfalls that could arise as the project moved forward. One seller responded by surveying 15 of his own clients, then writing up a brief report of insights to set the buyer’s mind at ease. “He created his own little focus group to gather information for me, so I could think about what challenges might await me,” the buyer reported. “The other guy didn’t do that.” Despite having a higher bid price, that seller won the bid, since the buyer recognized the value of such support in ensuring the initiative’s long-term success.
  • Provide missing context. All too often, sellers trying to negotiate even complex, high-value deals report that “the purchasing person they’re working with doesn’t actually understand the business context of what they’re trying to get done,” Mike says. Yet with the right approach, you can turn this to your favor. Don’t be afraid to introduce relevant ideas, teach buyers new ways of thinking, and push back when they head down unfruitful paths. Suggest approaches that alert buyers to needs or considerations they weren’t aware of, and offer industry knowledge or inside expertise that can help them make or save money. This illustrates what your company brings to the table that differentiates you beyond price. It also reminds buyers that the cheapest seller isn’t always the best seller.


The bottom line: Though today’s selling environment presents big challenges, it offers big opportunities as well. And while negative feedback travels fast in this networked world, so does word about what’s interesting and worthwhile. This means the more you can show how working with you benefits buyers—over and above the value of your product alone—the better off you’ll be. “The technology amplifies the good sellers, and they end up selling a lot more,” Mike says. By delivering real value in the right ways, “You can win and win consistently.”


Want to dig deeper? Listen to the podcast, read the transcript, or join the discussion by adding your thoughts below.




Connecting efficiently with customers can make or break your success as a seller. But in today’s global economy, that’s not always so easy. Managing orders, invoices, and other processes across diverse systems, data formats, and geographies can be very challenging, especially if you’re a small or midsized seller. Sure, the right technologies can help solve the problem—but which strategies will work best for your company?


Automating your back end is an obvious first step, one most small sellers can afford. And joining open, global B2B platforms like the Ariba® Network gives you a many-to-many way to transact with multiple customers and grow your business.


Yet the best results come from integrating the two—helping you supercharge your e-commerce efficiency with touchless transacting so you can compete effectively with even much larger organizations. And thanks to a recent collaborative effort spearheaded by a small seller, now there’s a great new integration option available. Here’s how it happened and what it means for you.










The first step: Automating for efficiency

For TIPS, a small company based in Austria that develops highly reliable, customized microchip testing solutions for corporate customers worldwide, the adoption of SAP Business One has proven vital in supporting the company’s rapid growth. A complete ERP system designed to help small to midsized companies maximize back-end efficiency, SAP Business One offers a cost-effective way to automate management of sales, warehousing and production, inventory, purchasing, financials, customer service, human resources, and other core business functions (see sidebar).


After more than a decade of use, TIPS had streamlined its processes significantly through SAP Business One. For example, the company was able to quickly generate accurate orders, goods receipts, and paper invoices by “flipping” them directly from sales quotes—which, due to the non-standard, specialized nature of TIPS products, were extremely detailed and complex—and easily comply with the diverse tax and legal requirements involved in billing and shipping to an international client base.



Meeting challenge with innovation

So when one of its largest customers decided to move to paperless accounting and requested that TIPS start billing them through the Ariba Network, the company was in a quandary. The options initially presented for TIPS—to submit the customer’s 100+ invoices per month through the Ariba Network web portal, or upload them to the Ariba Network in batches via CSV or cXML—all required manual data conversion or even re-entry of invoice data, a time-consuming task that TIPS was understandably reluctant to take on. While this would reduce costs and add payment efficiency for the customer, it seemed a step backwards for TIPS, adding an extra layer of work to their current paper-based process supported by SAP Business One.


Determined to find a better approach, TIPS approached SAP and Ariba and asked: Could we integrate our SAP Business One application to the Ariba Network directly, enabling straight-through electronic processing of invoices for our customer? The answer was yes—if they were willing to help pioneer a unique pilot project to make integration possible not only for TIPS, but other sellers as well. Eager to meet its customer’s needs, TIPS agreed, and the team effort began.



Collaborating for mutual benefit

The strong commitment to success shared by TIPS, its customer, SAP, and Ariba proved instrumental in making the integration work. Biweekly meetings hosted by Ariba kept all players in touch and on track.

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A task list of clear responsibilities and deadlines helped the team achieve specific milestones, including:


  1. Upgrading TIPS to a more current version of SAP Business One
  2. Enabling the SAP Integration Framework to connect the TIPS instance of SAP Business One to the customer’s ERP system through the Ariba Network
  3. Helping the customer define and update their invoicing requirements and processes in Ariba, then mapping them to the SAP Integration Framework
  4. Creating a playsheet to capture the necessary inputs and requirements, making the process easily repeatable for future sellers wishing to integrate
  5. Leveraging lessons learned by exchanging wins and best practices with participants in a concurrent SAP Business One/Ariba integration pilot


After final testing and installation, go-live was successfully achieved in December 2013.



Reaping the benefits: Efficiency, transparency, and speedy payment

The integration has transformed efficiency for both TIPS and their customer, making previously manual processes truly touchless. “During the sales process, we can now automatically check our delivery notes against the customer´s purchase orders to ensure that the ship-to address, shipment terms, tax requirements, payment terms, and similar details are accurate,” says Michael Hrobath, general manager of purchasing for TIPS. “After that, the invoice is a simple ‘copy-to’ job—only one checkbox has to be activated for transmission to Ariba.” Invoices go directly from SAP Business One to the customer’s ERP through the Ariba Network, eliminating the effort and expense required to print and mail paper bills or track down lost invoices. The need to double-check delivery notes and POs is gone as well, saving TIPS about five hours a week.


The overall ease and speed of the process have led TIPS to shift from weekly invoicing to immediate invoicing, sometimes only seconds after generating delivery notes. And since the customer’s three-point invoice validation process also occurs electronically, cycle times have plummeted, resulting in significantly faster payments for TIPS.


Just as important, clear visibility into invoice status via the Ariba Network portal tells TIPS what’s happening with each invoice—whether it’s been received, approved, or is still in process—and exactly when they’ll get paid. This not only lessens dunning work, but dramatically improves the company’s ability to monitor and manage working capital. The result? A smoother, steadier income stream that helps TIPS better allocate its budget and organize projects more efficiently.


Because of these good experiences, TIPS has extended invoicing over the Ariba Network to other entities and customers. “We now manage about 60% of our invoices over Ariba,” says Michael, noting that this has boosted savings and efficiency even higher.



The mouse that roars: Helping small sellers deliver world-class e-commerce

The new integration package makes it simple for any seller using SAP Business One to integrate with customers through the Ariba Network—enabling the touchless transacting that can take your collaborative commerce capabilities to a world-class level. In addition to invoicing, invoice status, remittance advice, and credit notes, the integration package supports fully automatic processing for purchase orders, order confirmations, and advance ship notices, with support for RFQs and quotes currently being developed.



Learn more

For additional information on how SAP Business One works and the benefits it provides, go to the SAP Business One website. For questions about the new integration package, check out this overview or contact Domnic Savio Benedict at SAP SE (

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The perfect order: your customers want it, and you strive to achieve it—but all too often, factors outside your control can derail it. And as your customer base becomes more global and value chain relationships get more complex, delivering “the right product, to the right place, at the right time, in the right quantity, to the right customer” may feel like an increasingly elusive goal.


If you’re nodding your head, you’re not alone. For example, 70% of sellers lack visibility into customer orders and confirmed receipt of goods[i]—key to the perfect order—and it’s no wonder. The need to manage information among an ever-growing array of customers, contract manufacturers, and distributors using disparate technologies across many geographies not only impedes visibility, but makes B2B collaboration difficult for sellers and buyers alike. The result? Performance and service levels suffer as you struggle to comply with customer requirements.


The Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain solution can help. By delivering powerful new capabilities to support direct materials supply chain collaboration through the Ariba® Network, Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain provides the visibility, information, and control you need to meet customer demands and achieve the perfect order.








How can the solution benefit my business?

With flexible features that streamline and simplify the collaboration process, Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain enables you to:


  • More easily fulfill complex customer requirements. Do your customers have multifaceted requirements on exactly how you fulfill and package orders? Purchase order collaboration extensions allow you to provide an unprecedented level of detail in POs, including dozens of item characteristics and product packaging descriptions. This helps ensure that what you send and bill for complies with your customers’ guidelines, increasing their satisfaction and reducing returns.


  • Efficiently consolidate shipments. Do you struggle to prioritize and consolidate direct materials shipments so you can send orders in the most efficient manner while still meeting customer due dates? Drawing from a single system of record, ship notice due lists provide real-time information on items due for shipment based on customer, ship-to location, product, PO, and due date. Filtering and grouping capabilities allow you to rapidly organize and prioritize shipments of hundreds of thousands of items from numerous buyers and multiple POs, making it easier to meet specific customer requirements. You can also create ship notices directly from the ship notice due list and consolidate shipments to maximize efficiency and cut costs.

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  • Rapidly respond to changes in customer demand. Do you need a better way to stay on top of constant demand shifts in a high-volume manufacturing environment? Scheduling agreement releases give your customers an automated, efficient way to share their near-term firm requirements, mid-term “tradeoff” requirements, and longer-term forecast requirements. As a result, you gain the transparency you need to understand ongoing demand so you can fine-tune production levels and meet expectations.

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Transforming B2B collaboration

With Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain, you can say goodbye to the inefficiency of manual collaboration and cumbersome point solutions. Designed to help you ramp up quickly and realize results fast, the solution provides the resources you need to:


  • Onboard efficiently. Intuitive self-service tools plus access to 24x7 support from Ariba enablement experts make onboarding easy, allowing you to quickly connect with customer systems and processes without spending big bucks on hardware or software. The solution also operates through the Ariba Network—the world’s largest B2B trading community, already used and understood by thousands of buying organizations—increasing ease of adoption even more.


  • Collaborate broadly. By providing a single network-based platform for you and your customers to manage direct materials transactions, Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain lets you “connect once, collaborate with many,” so you can handle order-to-cash collaboration with myriad customers in real time. Open electronic communication tools simplify interactions, shortening cycle times and giving you greater agility to meet shifting customer needs. Multiple connectivity options, including automated two-way and portal-based collaboration, give you the flexibility to interact in the way that works best for your business. The solution also offers industry-specific collaboration and business processes for retail, consumer products, and discrete manufacturing, with other industries to be added over time.

  • Access actionable intelligence. Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain supports automatic validation and reconciliation of configurable business rules, enabling you to instantly identify errors and fix them before they escalate into big problems. Automated dashboards and reporting put key order metrics at your fingertips, while comprehensive analytics and data based on community transactions provide the information you need to benchmark against KPIs, drive improvement, and consistently deliver the perfect order. Real-time visibility gives you and your customers a shared view of the truth, aligning expectations on contractual terms and pricing and helping you make better-informed decisions together.



How do I get started?

Your customers who adopt Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain will invite you to use the solution and explain their preferred onboarding process. Simply follow the guidelines they provide to get up and running quickly.



Learn more

Additional solution capabilities will be introduced in the coming months, so visit this web page often to check out new developments and see how Ariba Collaborative Supply Chain can help you achieve the perfect order.


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