Updated Articles

  1. Purchasing Cycle Updated

    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...
  2. Order Time Mobile - Overview & Download Link Updated

    Downloading and using Order Time Mobile on your Apple iPhone or iPad device. How to download and use it!
  3. Data Integration

    The following table shows the data that is shared with Order Time.   Feature QuickBooks Desktop QuickBooks Online Xero Entities (Bidirectional)   Company Info Yes Yes Yes Terms Yes Yes Yes Tax Codes Y...
  4. Webinar - Performing a Production Disassembly New

    View on YouTube Notes from the latest webinar on Performing a Production Disassembly The webinar video is up! Check it out here Download the Slide Deck (PDF) In this webinar you ...
  5. Cart List New

    Customers who are utilizing the Business to Business (B2B) portal have the ability to add items to their shopping cart. How would you see this as an Order Time account holder?
  6. Location

    Location Object The Location is a primary record type in Order Time.   End Point Properties Json Sample End Point /location GET, POST, PUT, DELETE GET and DELETE requests expect parameter id of type Int32. Top Properties ...
  7. Putting a Customer On Hold

    How to put a Customer On Hold in Order Time Inventory
  8. Why are charts not updating?

    Did you make changes to a report that is directly connected to a Chart or Graph in Order Time and are not seeing the changes reflected in the Chart or Graph?
  9. Webinar - QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online, Which Should I Use?

    Webinar from February 10th at 2pm ET about important accounting integration choices. Tim Grant is a QuickBooks Solution Provider specializing in Inventory, Manufacturing, and Transportation.
  10. Order Time - Revision Numbers and Documents

    A common question we receive is what is the relation between the Revision number and the document. An example would be looking at a Sales Order List, Ship Doc List, Work Order List, etc ... and adding the Revision column what does that number represent.