Create Purchase Orders

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In enforePOS, you have the possibility to create purchase orders. You will learn how to do that in this How-To.


  • You have defined the sending methods for business documents in the Purchasing overview in the Inventory Settings

To create a purchase order, proceed as follows:

  1. In the POS menu, open Inventory > Purchasing.
  2. Select the Active overview.

    You can create purchase orders in the two overviews Drafts and Active.

  3. Tap on Plus.svg and then on Purchase Order. mceclip1.png⮕ The Create Purchase Order window opens.mceclip2.png
  4. Tap on [Select Supplier] to select a supplier. 

    You can also create a new supplier by entering the name of the supplier and then tapping [Create New Supplier].

  5. Enter the order date.

    The order date appears in the written purchase order that enforePOS sends to the supplier.

  6. Select the staff member that is responsible for the purchase order and confirm with Checkmark.svg.
    ⮕ The Purchase Order window opens.mceclip3.png
  7. Select the invoice address.

    You can also create a new invoice address by tapping on [+ Add Invoice Address].

  8. Select the delivery address.mceclip4.png
  9. Set the payment terms you want to offer your supplier in the purchase offer.

    You can also define your own payment terms by tapping on[+ Add Custom payment term].

  10. Enter the order date and confirm with NumpadReturn.svg.
  11. Tap on [+ Add Line Item] and enter the name of the sales item you want to add.
  12. Tap on the sales item in the product list.mceclip7.png ⮕ You have added the sales item to the purchase order.
  13. Tap the item in the list of added items and tap Plus.svg or Minus.svg to change the quantity.
  14. Tap on [Add] to confirm your entries. mceclip8.png
  15. Tap on [Create Purchase Order].
    ⮕ You have created a purchase order. The purchase order is now active. You can view active purchase orders in the Active overview.

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