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Purchase Order Management

In standard Dynamics NAV you cannot control changes in purchase orders, and therefore purchasers use post-it and Excel to remember outstanding queries. In Purchase Order Management an intermediary – a purchase handling journal – is introduced, in which all outstanding queries from the purchase order can be seen in one general overview – across all users. The journal connects Planning in NAV with Purchase Orders and Quotes.


Benefits for the Purchaser

  • Save time on purchase order modification processes.
  • Get a comprehensive overview of outstanding requests to suppliers which everyone can see.
  • Save time on reminding vendors for responses.
  • Get an overview of what was actually agreed and what was only asked about, but not yet confirmed.
  • Acquiring Purchase Order Handling for Web saves time on inputting responses from suppliers. These are written directly into the purchase hadnling journal via the Internet.


Advantages for the Planner

  • Save time on processes when sending orders and "Carrying out action messages"
  • Orders or inquiries to suppliers can be sent with one click to suppliers.
  • Requisition queries to a number of suppliers can be sent from the planning journals without creating orders. Quotes can be accepted and changed to orders with one click.


Benefits for the Finance Manager

  • Planners and purchasers will save a lot of direct time.
  • One overall view of queries makes it possible for salespeople, production people, etc. to see the status of the purchase orders without having to ask the buyers, which saves everyone time.
  • Reduced costs and fewer typing errors, because data is sent around the whole process.

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