Sage 300cloud (Accpac) gives you a number of options for creating Purchase Orders. They can be entered directly, imported, created automatically by setting up reorder quantities, created from sales orders and finally, created from requisitions. In this tutorial, we focus on creating Purchase Orders from Requisitions and demonstrate the basic workflow.
Category: Purchase Orders
There are times when vendors don’t follow straight forward invoicing procedures which can be challenging for your Accounts Payable department. In this tutorial we demonstrate how flexibility of the Sage 300cloud (Accpac) PO system allows you to process some offbeat vendor invoicing scenarios.
Sage 300cloud (Accpac) allows you to track and manage your company’s expenditures and capital investments, even if you don’t use the Sage 300cloud (Accpac) Inventory module. In this tutorial, we show you how to do this using Sage 300cloud (Accpac) Purchase Orders, and again, Inventory Control is not required for the method we demonstrate.
Your company can benefit from using a PO system, whether or not you manage inventory. In this tutorial, we show how to use the Sage 300cloud (Accpac) PO system to manage the purchase of ad hoc items and services that are not maintained in an inventory system such as office supplies, professional services, and repairs and maintenance. You can use these methods with or without the Sage 300cloud (Accpac) Inventory module.
Sage 300cloud (Accpac) allows you to use templates to speed up and simplify entry of orders, requisitions and POs. In this tutorial, we show you how to setup and use templates.