Integration Technical Documentation

The integrations technical docs includes info on our API and flat file integrations, SSO, and Coupa IP addresses.

The power behind Coupa is its incredible flexibility. Quite simply - we’re open where others are closed. Coupa's open architecture allows customers to integrate any 3rd party system on the market. Our service can integrate with limitless types of software applications - from financial/ERP, to HR, to Inventory Management.

So if you have a preference or standard, we can use our API platform to hook directly into your existing tools. And if you don’t, then we’ll recommend a best practice based on your environment and integration points. Either way we keep it simple. Integration isn't the main driver for any project. The driver is for you to save money!

You can use either the Coupa API, flat files, Web Services, custom code, or any integration provider to make seamless connections between Coupa and your ERP platform.

Use this reference material to learn about and create your API, CSV, and SSO integrations with Coupa. See Integration Knowledge Articles created by the Technical Architecture team to troubleshoot problems and develop solutions for your Coupa integrations.

For supplier-related resources like cXML examples, see Supplier Integration Resources.



Build on the Coupa Platform

Our API-based open integration platform lets technology partners and independent software vendors (ISVs) integrate their products with Coupa

The Coupa Core API

Our RESTful API provides robust access to read, edit, or integrate your data with the Coupa platform.

Coupa Core Flat Files (CSV)

Flat files let you load many records in single transactions through automated integrations.

CLM Open eSign Framework

Technical documentation for building and maintaining an Open eSign connector for third-party e-signature providers.

Coupa Core Application IP Addresses

IP addresses that suppliers must whitelist to connect to Coupa.

Core API and CSV Download Formats

Download API schema files in JSON format to import into your REST client, or download CSV import and export formats as Excel files.