Purchasing requirements for each contract can be controlled and monitored by raising purchase orders to a supplier.

Purchase orders can be raised as a call-off against a pre-defined Bill of Requirements for a Job, from stock or generic material group, or as a free text descriptive item. Purchase orders can also be raised to replenish stock, order external Plant or as a nominal posting for overhead expense.

Purchase orders can require authorisation prior to being printed or e-mailed. Purchase orders items can be sorted by criteria such as due date, supplier and job, making it easy to monitor what is outstanding against a job and when it is due to be delivered.

GRN and Purchase Invoices

Purchase orders are updated as goods are received and invoiced, maintaining an accurate picture of committed costs against the job. The Purchase Invoice Register also allows you to allocate costs directly to the Nominal Ledger, as well as to jobs. Approved purchase invoices are posted seamlessly to the Purchase Ledger

The systems caters for:

  • Purchase orders/committed costs
  • Direct delivery to site
  • Purchase Invoice Register
  • Purchase accruals with reversal
  • Supplier accruals with reversal
  • Supplier price lists
  • Credit Notes
  • Multi-currency
  • Full supplier purchase history

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