AWS Purchase Order Management is a service that allows you to easily manage your AWS purchase orders (POs) in a self-service manner. Centralize the management of multiple POs, reduce overhead costs in matching invoices with POs, and increase the accuracy and efficiency in your procure-to-pay process.
AWS Purchase Order Management gives you the ability to define and manage POs in a way that meets your unique business needs. Manage your PO information from the Purchase Orders dashboard in the AWS Billing Console, configure multiple POs, and define the rules of how they map to your AWS invoices. Monitor your PO status and balance on your Purchase Orders dashboard. Stay informed with email notifications when your POs approach expiration or run out of balance.
Go to Amazon Pay, click Sign in, and then Sign in with your Amazon account using your Amazon credentials. Tip If you don't see your transaction, try clicking Review more Amazon Pay orders under Can't find an order?, or check your orders in your Amazon.com account. Go to Amazon Pay, click Sign in, and then Sign in with your Amazon account using your Amazon credentials. Tip If you don't see your transaction, try clicking Review more Amazon Pay orders under Can't find an order?, or check your orders in your Amazon.com account by clicking See your Amazon.com orders.
View and manage all your purchase order information in one dashboard. Access your purchase orders and their associated invoices, and update your purchase order details at any time. Track purchase order details such as status, balance, expiration, and their associated invoices.
Through purchase order line item configurations, you get the ability to define how your POs are mapped to invoices. For example, you can match your POs with all charges on your account, monthly, subscription, or marketplace invoices. You can also define separate POs for different time periods, invoices, and AWS seller entities, and update your PO configuration at any time.
Enable email notifications by adding contacts to your purchase orders. You will receive notifications for when your purchase orders approach expiration or run out of balance. Proactively take action to ensure the validity of your purchase orders and achieve on-time and accurate payment.
Learn how you can create and configure your POs with associated invoices, and set up notifications to monitor your PO status.
Your Purchase Orders dashboard is the hub for viewing and managing all your purchase order information. It is an easy two-step process to add a purchase order.
Once purchase order is added, the purchase order will be automatically matched with invoices based on your configurations. Your Purchase Orders dashboard will show the newly added purchase order along with your existing purchase orders, including details such as effective and expiration period, status, amount, and balance. You can view more information on the purchase order details page by selecting the purchase order ID. From the Purchase Order Details page, you can add/edit/delete line item details, update PO status, manage PO contacts, access invoices associated with your PO, and track your PO balance at the line item level.
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Amazon Pay provides a single view of your orders and transactions. You can review all transactions made after August 2017 (although some earlier transactions might also appear), or you can filter them by activity type (means of payment), by sent or received date, or by credit and debit events.
The Account Activity page and the View Order Details page might each show a different status for an order. Use the information below to understand the order status.
The order is open because payment is pending.
Payment is completed, but the order remains open until no more charges are possible.
The order is closed but additional charges are possible (for example, for multi-item orders and additional shipping charges).
The order is closed and payments are complete.
The order is closed with no payment made.
The order and payment were canceled.
The order and payment were suspended because of problems with the payment method, but providing another payment method can reopen the order. You can change the payment method on the View Order Details page.