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Optimal In Purchasing

 

 

SAP Business One provides your business with the tools that it needs to handle its entire procurement process, including orders, receipts, invoices, and payments, so this module also enables you to manage and maintain every aspect of your vendor transactions.

 

SAP Business One enables users to order materials or services from suppliers which will immediately be reflected in the available quantities for the stock item.

 

Users are able to split a single purchase order into multiple parts when, for example, items need to be shipped to multiple locations. Splits or revisions are required so that different packing slips and delivery notes can be created for each shipment. Any line item within a purchase order can be shipped to, or specified as, a different warehouse location.

 

In SAP Business One, you never have to enter data twice.

This process is automated: the purchase order can be linked to the goods receipt PO, which shows information from the packing slip.

 

This can then be linked to the A/P invoice which contains the information from the vendor’s invoice. This automation allows information to be consistent and the integrity of the documents to be retained throughout the process.

 

When a purchase order is added in SAP B1, no value-based accounting changes occur. However, the order quantities are listed in inventory management.

 

If you’d like to see the items and quantities on order, you can quickly and easily view them in various reports and windows, such as the inventory status report and the Item Master Data window.

 

Obviously, having such real-time access to this information can play a key role in optimizing a company’s purchasing and inventory management business processes. The automation of manual financial procurement and purchasing transactions can save your business an inordinate amount of usable employee time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Purchasing Management