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    Purchase Order Screen Explained

    The Purchase Order screen has a lot of functionality, allowing for complete control of item ordering and price updates:

    The fields across the top:

    Order Number (System Generated on Order creation)

    Supplier Order (Updated after order placed on supplier B2B)

    Title (Internal reference - Endura Forward Order etc)

    Due Date


    Delivered to (Destination Store).

    The main grid, from left to right:

    Delete an item

    Item Lookup Code (clicking this will open the item card in a new window)

    Supplier Stock (a live supplier stock level from suppliers you have SIM integration with)

    Item Description

    Supplier Part Code

    On Other Orders*

    Next 14 Days*

    On This PO*

    Why (Giving a reference as to why the item has been placed on the order - manually added, autonomously added, etc) 

    Old Cost (Previous supplier cost)

    Cost (Current Cost of item being received - to be updated when receiving Purchase Order to update rolling Weighted Cost Price and give accurate inventory valuation reporting)

    MPQ (Master Pack Quantity)

    Pack Cost (Cost Price of the MPQ)

    Packs (Number of packs ordered)

    Line Cost (Overall Line total Cost)

    Tax Rate


    Price (your selling price)

    GPM% (Gross Product Margin)

    Destination Store: On Hand (Current stock holding)

                                     Committed (Current stock assigned to customer orders or transfers)

                                     Sales 365

                                     Sales 90

                                     Sales 30

    Sending Store: Sales

    Last Received (Date this item was last received at destination store)

    Last Sold (Date this item was last sold at destination store)


    * Clicking these values will fire the Stock Enquiry window, giving a complete reference to that items position in your store at that time.

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