Purchasing Cycle
Overview Purchasing is the process of buying goods and services from a vendor or service provider. The purchasing process can differ from one organization to another, but the key is that it should be orderly and the core elements should be establis...
Overview A purchase order (PO) is a commercial document and first official offer issued by a buyer to a seller, indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. It is used to control the purchasing of products and servi...
Creating a Purchase Order
To purchase Items from a Vendor using Order Time we will create a Purchase Order.
How can I enter my purchasing costs for my items in foreign currencies?
The purpose of this article is to help explain how to best enter your purchasing costs when using foreign currencies.
Linked POs and Drop Ship POs
Overview A special order is a Purchase Order created when there is not enough inventory to fulfill an Order. The Purchase Order (PO) is linked to the Sales Order. This dependency will make one transaction rely on processing the PO. A dependency is...
Using Reorder Analysis
With Reorder Analysis, you can create purchase orders and you can use it as a planning tool. Purchasing is considered the most challenging part of inventory management. Buying too much comes with high cost but buying too little may potentially lose opportunities and eventually, the business.
Creating a Reorder Analysis for Purchasing
Reorder Analysis is a tool in Order Time that analyzes data and determines what needs to be purchased. It allows you to identify the items that need to be purchased at a particular time, based on certain business rules, filtering and methodologies. Depending on your business requirements, running a Reorder Analysis can be periodically or everyday.
Create a Receiving Doc
Overview Receiving Docs are transactions that show what Items have been shipped by the Vendor and actually received at your location.  There are three (3) ways to complete Receiving: Receiving without  Purchase Orders Receiving Docs...
Import Lot & Serial Numbers Onto Receiver Line Items
Import Receiver Line Items From a CSV in Order Time Inventory
Vendor Returns
Vendor Returns are transactions that show what Items are shipped by you back to the Vendor.
Receiver Charges
In Order Time you can add Charges to your Receivers. This allows you to account for Shipping Charges, Insurance, Duty and any other charges that may be associated with Receiving the Items and increase the costs associated with those Items.
Adding Charges After Receiving
Adding Charges After Receiving Starting from a Purchase Order with a Status of Approved and a Receiver has been created. Now you can see the Receiver that was created and has been set to Received Later when the additional Charges ...
Add Items From Open Purchase Orders
Add Items From Open Purchase Orders Overview When on a Receiver, you need to add Items from other open Purchase Orders. Solution You can go to Admin > Company Preferences and click Receiving on the left and check the box for Add Open Pu...
Standard Cost Vs. Value Amount
Standard Cost vs Value Amount Overview To understand the difference between Standard Cost and Value Amount in Order Time. Solution Std. Cost Standard Cost is a planning and projecting field to contain what you expect the Cost to be on the...
Receiver Allocation
Receiver Allocation enables you to allocate Items directly from a Receiver to Open Sales Orders and Work Orders.