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Attractive sales quotes plus job, project, contract & asset management which will leave your competition behind
Split your quotes and jobs into different locations, and include images on your quotes and other documents
Quotations, RAMS, certificates, jobs, projects, inspection schedules, invoicing & so much more on tap
Quickly create detailed quotes, manage your jobs, projects, invoiceing, ordering and maintenance all in one place
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Send quotations, order confirmations, invoices and reminders from your chosen email accounts
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Many modern businesses and companies consider purchase orders to be a basic requirement. If you are a business owner, the likelihood is that you will have to send a purchase order whenever you plan to buy a product or service for your company. But what are purchase orders and how do they actually work?
First, let's cover the basics.
A purchase order is a legally-binding document designed to list and confirm the products that are bought by the customer, how much those products cost, the delivery address, and other details the supplier needs to know. They allow business owners to keep track of their orders as well as monitor stock levels and provide the buyer with physical proof of purchase for record-keeping purposes.
Whether it be physical or digital, the minimum that a purchase order should contain is:
Below is an example of a purchase order with the corresponding sections labelled and numbered -
Nowadays, with technology changing and evolving, it is more common to find electronic purchase orders as an attachment within an email that is sent from the buyer to the supplier. Purchase orders are usually a control mechanism to ensure that there are no discrepancies between what you order and the supplier invoice that you receive, which means you have more freedom to select a format that suits your business than you would with other documents.
For more information on purchase orders, or to see how Zigaflow can help your business processes, then book a demo today.
With an extensive background in business analysis and software programming, Tim heads up our software development team and loves nothing more than solving complex business challenges with simple easy to use software.
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