Oracle’s front end is time-consuming and overly complex for users. The screen navigation limits your data visibility and entry errors are easy to make and hard to identify.
The More4apps ERP Cloud Toolbox Procurement Module integrates fully flexible Excel spreadsheets for loading data to reduce pain. Oversee procurement demands and manage documents in large volumes and in reasonable timeframes, while removing reliance on expensive IT resources.
Complete requisitions and purchase orders and generate orders directly from requisitions in less time while removing the click-by-click of the Oracle forms.
By eliminating delays caused by sourcing the materials you need to run your business, you experience increased productivity and reduced spend.
Organize data hierarchies and get complete support for attachments and descriptive flex fields. Users can load requisition headers, sourcing data, lines, and distributions in a single Excel spreadsheet, which removes the linking of several spreadsheet tabs and cumbersome upload processes like in FBDI.
Create and maintain purchase order data from a simple, flexible, and customizable spreadsheet. You can download existing orders and re-use the data for new orders in one easy step. Order headers, approvals, lines, schedules, and distributions are in one place making processes more efficient and streamlined.
A Simple User-Oriented Upload Process
Standard Purchase Orders
Keeping track of large volumes of purchasing documents in Oracle is difficult and time consuming. Complex screen navigation limits overall data visibility, making it challenging to process your purchasing requirements en masse and promptly.
More4apps offers flexible spreadsheets and powerful download features to create or amend requisitions and orders, all in one view.
Leverage a spreadsheet not just for PO/Requisition creation, but maintenance as well, which is something you can’t do with FBDI or ADFDI.
Built in download functionality allows you to populate your data directly from Oracle. Make your amendments and upload the changes directly to Oracle from a fully integrated spreadsheet.
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