How to work with a Purchase order (PO)
When you add a new product Orderadmin, it is necessary to enter a certain amount of this product (or products) in the warehouse. This is done by creating a purchase order. The document indicates the details of the items that are to be purchased, such as the types of goods, quantity, and price.
PO types & Creating a Purchase order
1. To create a ‘Purchase Order’, go to Menu-> Inbound-> Purchase Order and click ”+” in the upper right corner, and choose type ->
|All received product items will have the same barcode.
|Each product item will have a unique barcode
|Select this type when you are going to receive a pallet with an inventory. A pallet can have different product items.
After accepting the stock, it can be disassembled into items.
|The chat button – is to leave comments, a way to communicate with clients or other employees;
|The location button – is to directly allocate your stock to a static location;
|With this button, you can directly add products from the current PO to create a new order.
|means it’s a new document with unchecked and unconfirmed stock;
|When the checking process of stock via terminal has been started (terminal -> receiving-> stock);
|This means the stock has been confirmed and is in the warehouse but it is not yet allocated;
|The document gets in this status when all the stock has been placed in a static location.
NOTE: The status button for NEW, Confirm, and Checking – from here if you want you can directly confirm the document, which means you skip the checking process.
How to create a PO to receive stock
1. Just go to the MENU –>Inbound – click on the blue button + to create a new Purchase order and choose ‘type’ (product, items, palletized)
2. Select the warehouse,
select the products you going to receive from the green button
all other information that can be filled in is optional (consignor, consignee, etc);
After clicking the “Save” button. The PO will get the status “NEW”.
You will find the newly created document in the same section (all created documents will be presented there in the form of a list), select by double-clicking the mouse button.