Sage 200 -
Purchase Order Processing:
Sage 200 manages the
entire Purchase Order Processing procedure, from creating a purchase
order to checking goods received against purchase order and supplier
invoice. Automated processes help you to manage your supply chain
with confidence and efficiency - ensuring that the correct goods are
always received and paid for.
Key Features and Benefits
supply chain management - Sage 200 allows you to easily manage
all your Purchase Orders, quickly finding individual orders and
drilling down to view the details.
Integrates fully with
other Sage 200 modules - By working with the Stock Module,
Purchase Ledger and Sales Order Processing, the Purchase Order
Processing module ensures that once goods are received they are
available to your customers. As soon as the invoice is matched with
goods received, all relevant information is updated automatically
throughout the system, including stock pricing, supplier balances,
and VAT return and management reports. Full links to the Sales Order
Processing module allow you to see which customer orders are linked
to a particular purchase order.
semi-automatic Purchase Order Processing - You can create
Purchase Orders manually if you wish; alternatively, the system can
compile lists of what you should order based on shortfall (by
warehouse, if necessary) and whatís required for back-to-back
orders. You can then choose who to buy from and what to pay.
At the point of
booking stock in, you will be notified of outstanding sales orders
waiting for those items and allow allocation if required.
Full matching of POs
to invoices and deliveries - 2-way or 3-way GRN matching is
supported, and Sage 200 calculates a running total when matching
invoice line items to orders - making it easier to spot errors as
Disputed invoices -
Sage 200 allows you to record invoices and flag them up as under
dispute. Therefore, no invoice will go through to the Purchase
Ledger until the dispute has been resolved - either by accepting it
Ďas isí or matching it to further deliveries or a credit note.
Disputed item reports can also be generated.
Full Back to Back
ordering - When you enter a sales order for an item not normally
carried in stock, a purchase order can be automatically raised to
the itemís supplier. However, you have the flexibility to choose
whether to use on-hand stock first - ensuring stock that is managed
and controlled efficiently.
Direct Delivery -
Purchase Order items can be delivered to a number of delivery
addresses including your premises, customers, suppliers and ad hoc
currency orders - Sage 200 enables you to source goods
worldwide, purchasing in up to 100 currencies.
Purchasing control -
Sage 200 controls the purchasing process every step of the way.
Ensuring that only authorised personnel place orders, to rejecting
unexpected or incorrect deliveries, highlighting any invoice
discrepancies and allowing for committed costs.
Landed Costs -
Sage 200 supports landed costs and will display the individual costs
and overall order cost associated with importing goods on a purchase