What is a Purchase Order? is a commercial source document that is issued by a business’ purchasing department when placing an order with its vendors or suppliers. The document indicates the details on the items that are to be purchased, such as the types of goods, quantity, and price. In simple terms, it is the contract drafted by the buyer when purchasing goods from the seller. Automate your purchasing workflow Automatically send RFQs to your suppliers based on your stocks levels Improve your purchase and inventory performance with procurement rules depending on stock levels, logistic rules, sales orders, forecast manufacturing orders, etc. Select different replenishment methods for each product depending on your manufacturing and delivery strategies. Supplier price lists & product availability Make smart purchase decisions using the best prices. Easily import suppliers' price lists and references to make smarter purchase decisions based on promotions, quantities and special contract conditions. Keep track of a product availability in your supplier’s stock and check your order status from within the app. You can even base your sales price on your supplier's prices. Get the best offer with purchase tenders Get the best price by negotiating with several vendors. Launch purchase tenders, integrate vendor's answers in the process and compare propositions. Choose the best offer and send purchase orders easily. Use reporting to analyse the quality of your vendors afterwards. You can also use Blanket Order Agreement to buy goods from a supplier at a negotiated price, on a recurring basis during a specific period of time. Get statistics on your purchases Analyze, forecast and efficiently plan your orders Get accurate statistics on your suppliers' performance through flexible reporting: delivery delays, negotiated discounts on prices, quantities purchased, etc. Integrate purchases with analytic accounting to analyze your contracts' profitability. Manage several companies Save time and effort thanks to e-storeworks multi company rules. Use a single e-storeworks instance to synchronize operations between different companies or warehouses. Create sales orders, share customers, suppliers and products and manage invoices for all companies at the same time. You can save even more time by automating the invoicing process between all the companies!