Purchase Order Wizard | More4apps

Purchase Order Wizard

Take the struggle out of standard and blanket Purchase Order maintenance. Create orders by importing external files, or by downloading from Oracle. Use spreadsheet functionality to add new orders, or to add lines to existing orders. Close out or cancel purchase orders in bulk. Re-upload to Oracle with no fuss.

The latest version of Purchase Order Wizard includes the new functionality ‘PO AutoCreate’.
Allow buyers to download open requisitions directly into Excel, easily sort the data and create purchase orders for multiple vendors. The upload process included validation, greatly reducing the time taken to create purchase orders from requisitions.

The Purchase Order Wizard has the following features:

  • Load standard purchase orders or blanket purchase agreements
  • Manage attachments
  • Distribute to a general ledger account or project
  • Download existing orders from Oracle Purchasing
  • Add lines to existing purchase orders or blanket purchase agreements
  • Modify existing lines in blanket purchase agreements
  • Validate POs before upload; review processing errors row by row in Excel
  • Cancel existing PO headers, lines, shipments and blanket releases
  • Create complex POs; specify required tracking and control payment processing (R12 only)
  • Create complex POs with lines and pay items that represent the required tracking and ability to control payment processing ( R12 only)
  • Create sourcing rules from item, document and supplier information

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