Purchase Management

The Purchase module streamlines the procurement process for businesses, facilitating the ordering and purchasing of products required for production and sale. It automates various tasks, including supplier identification, price negotiation, purchase order awarding, and billing processes. The Purchase module is tightly integrated with inventory control and production planning modules, ensuring seamless coordination throughout the supply chain.

Module Highlights

Reports Generated by this Module

This report provides a detailed summary of purchases made for each item within a specified date range. It includes information such as item name, quantity purchased, purchase dates, and associated costs.

This report displays the purchases made from different suppliers or parties within a specified date range. It provides a consolidated view of the quantities, costs, and dates of purchases from each party.

This report summarizes all the purchases made within a specified date range. It includes details such as total purchase value, quantities, average prices, and other relevant information.

This report presents the details of rejected items categorized by part or party. It provides insights into the quantities, reasons for rejection, and associated parties involved.

This report provides a breakdown of purchases based on cost centers within the organization. It helps in analyzing and tracking the expenses incurred for each cost center.

This report displays the details of purchase requisitions, including the items requested, quantities, dates, and associated departments or users.

This report presents a price list for purchased items, categorized by part or party. It includes information on the effective purchase prices, enabling better negotiation and decision-making.

The Purchase Order Day Book report provides a chronological record of all purchase orders generated within a specific time period. It includes details such as order numbers, dates, items, quantities, and parties involved.

This report compares the planned purchase schedule with the actual supply received. It helps in assessing the adherence to planned schedules and identifying any deviations or delays.

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