Ensure your customers have signed for each and every delivery you make with full traceability.
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While the idea of delivery notes may be a little bit boring, these unsung heroes can help with dispute resolution. That may seem like a negative point to start on but it’s no different to having a customer sign your terms and conditions at the point of sale. It’s become common practice for buyers to request to see proof of delivery prior to settling sales invoices, and that makes delivery notes a really important part of your process.
Below is a snapshot of some of the most popular key benefits from using the Delivery Notes Module.
Create a delivery note quickly and easily from a job or as a stand alone document and email them to the client directly from the system.
Stock can be booked in and out of the system, allowing you to manage an accurate and up to date inventory of goods.
Once the delivery note has been signed a copy is automatically sent to the client, removing the need for any printed copies.
With the click of a button an invoice can be generated and sent to the client, invoices can be delayed and sent automatically after a set time period of time to the client.
Below is a selection of frequently asked questions, you will find a number of these through the site relevant to the information on those pages. If you cannot find an answer to a question, do not hesitate to get in touch.
A delivery note is traditionally a printed piece of paper confirming the contents of a delivery or consignment.
More recently, businesses have chosen to adopt an electronic method for providing customers with delivery notes to negate the need for paper and print.
Customers will now typically expect to see a delivery note contain details of what was ordered, what has been delivered and any shortages on the consignment.