Dear Ford Application Owner on FSP / Covisint,
As communicated previously, the base URL of Covisint' s production environment applications will be changing from 29th of January:
Old URL: https://web.fsp.ford.com
New URL: https://www.fsp-wlp.ford.com/
All application owners can kindly check the applications' functionality in the staging environment where the change is already implemented and contact Sg62@ford.com or Spm1@ford.com or Sponnus5@ford.com for any concerns or clarifications you might have
For Ford's Suppliers:
We have not changed anything in covisint login portal. The above change is appicable only for applications which use above mentioned url.
Please ensure to access the applications directly through Covisint using the link: Covisint - Registered Users Login.
Please note that from 29th of January, you might not be able to access applications directly through saved/ bookmarked links. If you are facing any issues in accessing applications after 29th of January, please contact Sg62@ford.com or Spm1@ford.com or Sponnus5@ford.com.
The Ford Supplier Portal (FSP) is the forum for Ford Motor Company to connect with our supplier partners. Key features include:
- Allows Suppliers secure access to the hundreds of internal Ford applications that Suppliers are required to interact with to fulfill their business obligations to Ford (information related to contracts, orders, shipments, payments, performance, and more)
- FSP also provides a Document Library, including user manuals, policy documentation, Terms and Conditions, forms and Supplier Bulletins
Suppliers with an active relationship with Ford Motor Company and its Joint Ventures are required to register for access to the portal.
Detailed onboarding instructions are posted on the Help Page.
Thank you for visiting the Ford Supplier Portal and helping to make Ford Motor Company your OEM of choice.
Ford Credit is required to be compliant with a new Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) law. The law requires anyone with access to customer PII within a financial institution to use 2 factors to access the data.
Applications impacted by the new Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requirement will begin rollout of the MFA process. This change will require users signing into ProviderWeb and Imagine to authenticate using a Ford FSNID with MFA enabled.
For more information, review Ford Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Help Information to learn how to setup MFA and authenticate using a Ford FSNID.