Dynamics Planned Purchase Order Overview
An Efficient and Concise solution for Planned Purchase Orders!Download Factsheet
Most organizations require efficient and concise mechanisms to track their planned purchase order records to enhance process optimization, reduce costs and drive business growth.
The need increased transparency with a clear summary of total cost amount, estimated purchase amount, cost value and amount not covered by sales, minimum stock level or other requirements
As the bridge between strategic sourcing and procurement, contract lifecycle management is becoming a primary means for organizations to improve process standardization, contract compliance, and transparency in procurement. Sourcing has become strategic in every wholesale, distribution and retail company.
A major part of the cost of sales comes from what has been spent by the purchasing department. Since profit margins are already thin, there is a need to optimize planned purchase orders carefully.
Purchase requests and orders arise on many occasions, manually by employees or after running master planning. For that reason, it is sometimes not easy to keep track. Dynamics Planned Purchase Order Overview offers significant functionality by providing filters, status filters and order value summarization per vendor.
Dynamics Planned Purchase Order Overview is available for:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
of planned purchase orders grouped by vendor
to all planned purchase order records
of total unique items or variants that will be purchased
with summaries of total cost amount, estimated purchase amount, cost value etc.
Planned purchase orders are grouped by vendor in order to reduce complexity arising from multiple views or multiple forms and display all the important purchase order information in a single form.
Dynamics Planned Purchase Order Overview offers a clear and quick display of the number of unique items or variants that need to be purchased. The
Dynamics Planned Purchase Order Overview offers a possibility for the user to directly open a form in which all planned purchase orders for a selected vendor are displayed. In that form, new status filters have been added and they can help in identifying which planned purchase orders have been completed by an employee, which have been approved by the manager and which orders are yet to be approved.