Welcome to the Supplier Management System (SMS) Registration site. This section provides an overview and instructions with the SMS supplier registration process. Please read the following information carefully. For browser compatibility, click here. For clarification and additional information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What is SMS?
SMS is a secure application which provides ADB's prospective and existing suppliers for corporate or institutional procurement to register online. SMS covers a two-stage registration process such as the Basic level and Full level registration. Each level should take you approximately 15 minutes to complete. Upon successful completion and approval of your application, you will be given a username and password to access the iSupplier Portal. The iSupplier Portal is an online facility that will enable you to manage your profile, collaborate through alerts and notifications, and monitor your transactions.
Registration in SMS gives suppliers an opportunity to submit their user and company profile that will be useful for ADB to confirm if they are eligible to render service or supply goods. Registered and accredited suppliers mean that they are now in ADB's database of potential suppliers and will able to maintain close collaboration with ADB.
Who can register?
Individuals and firms interested to supply goods and services for ADB's institutional or corporate requirements must register. Suppliers must be a citizen or incorporated in an ADB member-country and not in listed in ADB nor in other multi-lateral development bank's (MDB) sanction list. If you are an existing supplier prior to implementation of the SMS in 2008 and would like to be SMS users, please contact email@example.com.
What are the requirements?
General information such as complete name, nature of business, year established, address, contact details and contact persons, etc; and
Scanned copies of documents as applicable (curriculum vitae and valid ID, business registration, articles of incorporation or partnership, memorandum of association, legal document indicating current officers of the firm).
Suppliers whose applications are approved at the Basic level are referred as Registered Suppliers. They can participate in the solicitation and bidding process as potential contractor or supplier. While non-registered suppliers can also participate in the procurement exercise, the possibility of being shortlisted is greater for those registered.
ADB will send an invitation to complete the Full Registration level to the Registered Supplier in relation to a procurement exercise. Alternatively, the Registered Supplier has the option to proceed with completing the Full Registration shortly after the application for Basic Registration has been approved.
Financial data and bank details (payment method); and
Scanned copies of audited financial statements for the last two years.
Registered suppliers whose applications are approved at the Full Registration level are referred as Accredited Suppliers. Application for Full Registration is mandatory and a pre-requisite to the conclusion of any contract or purchase order for the provision of institutional goods and services.
Approval of registration in the SMS is neither a commitment from ADB to invite registered suppliers to bid in any particular procurement of goods and/or services nor an offer or guarantee from ADB to award any contract.
SMS will undergo maintenance downtime every 00:00 to 02:00 Sunday morning (Manila local time).