Create an MPN account in Partner Center to manage network benefits and competencies
Appropriate roles: MPN partner admin
If you're new to Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) and don’t have an MPN ID, you can start your enrollment by following the enrollment instructions.
When you're ready to create an account on Partner Center, you'll need to have the following items on hand. You may want to take a few minutes to gather these items before you get started:
Company work email OR Office 365 work account. Your company may need to purchase an email domain in order for you to set up work email addresses for your employees. For more information, read Your company work account and Partner Center.
Your company's legal business name and address.
Authority to sign legal agreements. Ensure that you're authorized to sign legal agreements on your company's behalf as you'll be asked to do so during the enrollment process.
Name and company email of the person you want to act as your primary contact. To help ensure your company's security and privacy, we email your primary contact to verify the email address and to ensure that the email address belongs to your company. After the primary contact verifies the email address, we'll continue our review of the information provided. Verification usually takes 3-5 business days.
For information on the verification process, see Account verification.
If you had an account in the Partner Membership Center (PMC), it was migrated to Partner Center. For more information, see Partner Membership Center retirement FAQ.
At the Get started page, start with your work email given to you by your company, for example, email@example.com.
a. The email address must be valid and accessible to you because we'll send a verification code to that email to continue.
b. The email address shouldn't contain words like "info," "admin," "email@." Or "marketing@..."; these address formats aren't supported.
c. To purchase MAPS or manage competencies, you'll have to upgrade this account by verifying your domain and becoming an admin.
You can sign in with your Office 365 work account, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can’t use a government domain to enroll into MPN. MPN is a global program and doesn't support enrollment with a government domain. If you don't have an email address or tenant in global cloud, you can create a public tenant and then follow the steps in this article.
Provide your company's legal business details.
You can either look up your company profile or enter company information manually. If your company is registered with Dun & Bradstreet, use the DUNS ID to look up your company info. If you want to provide your company details yourself, select Manual.
If your company is located in Armenia, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, or Russia, and you enter your address manually, we'll validate your address for you. If the one you enter differs from the validated one, we suggest you use the validated address. Doing so ensures that the elements of the address are standardized as defined by the country's postal authority, correctly formatted, and shippable.
Once you've provided the company info, enter the primary contact information. The primary contact should be the person in your company we can contact about your application (this contact can be you or another person in your company).
Select Enroll now.
To help ensure your company's security and privacy, we email your primary contact to verify the email address and ensure that the email address belongs to your company. After the primary contact verifies the email address, we'll continue our review of the information you provided. Verification usually takes 3-5 business days.
Registration ID numbers by country
If you're an indirect provider, direct-bill partner, or indirect reseller, and you're doing business with new or existing customers in the following countries, you must provide registration ID numbers for your business. If the country you're doing business in isn't listed below, the registration ID is optional.
The following table contains samples of the registration numbers collected for each country. In cases where multiple IDs are listed, only one is required.
|Country or region||Details|
|Armenia||INN – Tax identification number
VAT number – Also known as a VAT Registration Number, a VAT number is the unique number that identifies a taxable person (business) or non-taxable legal entity that is registered for VAT.
Public service number
|Azerbaijan||TIN – Tax Identification number
INN – Tax identification number
|Belarus||UNP – This is a nine-digit number (numeric for organizations, alphanumeric for individuals) that contains a region identifier, a serial per region, and a check digit.|
|Brazil||CNPJ – (Cadastro Nacional da Pessoa Jurídica, or National Registry of Legal Entities). This is an identification number issued to Brazilian companies by the Department of Federal Revenue of Brazil|
|China||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Hungary||TIN – Tax Identification number|
PAN – (Presence Across Nation) PAN India Involvement means that there's one organization that is operating at several locations in India.
|Iraq||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Kazakhstan||BIN – Bank identification number
IIN – Issuer identification number
|Kyrgyzstan||INN – Tax Identification number|
|Moldova||IDNO – The unique state identification number assigned to the legal entity (also known as. Fiscal code).
IDNP – Birth personal code ("Numarul de Identificare")
|Myanmar||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Poland||TIN – Tax Identification number
PESEL – The national identification number used in Poland (Polish Powszechny Elektroniczny System Ewidencji Ludności, Universal Electronic System for Registration of the Population)
|Russia||INN – Tax identification number (Russian “Individualiy Nomer Nalogoplatelshika”)|
|Saudi Arabia||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|South Africa||TRN – traffic registration number|
|South Sudan||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Tajikistan||INN – Tax Identification number
EIN – Employer Identification number
KPP – This is a code that reflects the reason for the organization registration.
|Thailand||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Turkey||TIN – Tax Identification number
EDRPOU – Local ID
|United Arab Emirates||Tax ID
VAT number - Also known as a VAT Registration Number. This is the unique number that identifies a taxable person (business) or non-taxable legal entity that is registered for VAT.
|United States||EIN – Employer Identification number|
|Uzbekistan||INN – Tax Identification number|
|Vietnam||TIN – Tax Identification number|
|Venezuela||RIF – is a Tax number ("Registro de Identificación Fiscal")|
How to view account details or view and download the MPN agreement
Sign in to Partner Center with your MPN credentials. Select Partner profile to view your company’s legal details, your verification status, your MPN IDs and also create new MPN locations if needed.
You can also view other important information like MPN Ids, manage MPN locations, and view Microsoft Partner Agreement using the left menu links as show in the following screenshot.