Here is a very brief outline of some of the capabilities of our Purchase-Order application:
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Assembles items from inventory database into vendor (purchase) orders; prints Purchase Order; processes received items into
inventory, updating quantities and costs.
- Simplest possible entry of Purchase Orders
- Receive inventory with a click or modify quantities and prices as necessary
- Supports backordered or unreceived quantities
- Review current inventory, pending customer and vendor orders, as you build Purchase Order
- Supports drop-ship addresses
Reports and Documents
- Purchase Order, custom formats, virtually type-set quality
- Receiving List
- Receipts Selected For Processing
- Receipts List
- Purchase Order List
- Vendor List
This is the initial window that comes up when you launch our
When the ordered inventory arrives, just
retrieve the purchase order to the main window and press F8
(or select File>Receive
If you received all the items at the quantity and prices of the original purchase order, just click Select All
(or press Ctrl+A).
If you want to receive only some of the items, you can scroll down through the lines and press Spacebar to check off the
included lines. You can also move to the quantity or price cells in the grid and change them.
Clicking Save saves these values.
After receiving the purchase order, you will normally print a "hard copy" or Edit List and
process the information.
Selecting File>Process (or press Ctrl+P) will display a
window very much like this.
This is a checklist of the purchase orders that have been received. Just check off the ones you want to process.
Click Print to print an Edit List and compare it to the vendor invoice. If you need to make changes, all you need to do is
repeat the above process to "receive".
When you click OK, the application can create an invoice in our Accounts Payable application and update the inventory
database with all the received items. If the order was only partially received, the order remains open, and you can repeat the process
for additional items, or you can cancel the order.
After processing, you can leave these processed orders in the database for future reference.
At any time while you're working with a purchase
order, you can press F9
and to open a window showing the current vendor information.
We use a familiar Windows "wizard"
routine for adding vendors to the database.
In this way, you can be prompted for as much -- or as little -- information as you like when adding vendors.
Click here for more on
how these wizards work.
You can also press F7
File) and review the current on-hand quantities and all the other information for an item.
If there are vendor orders for this item, clicking Orders will access the Find function, showing a list of all
pending vendor orders for this item. Just press Enter to select a purchase order.
These are just some highlights. There's much more to this application. Please give us a call, and we can review the details.