Purchase Order Management
RMPro offers an easy-to-use interface to create vendor-specific purchase orders, add inventory, and track it efficiently. The Purchase Order unit has location restrictions for secure and authorized access.
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Most definitely. RMPro’s best capability is how it handles your inventory. When you input inventory into RMPro, you follow a step-by-step Purchase Order process, where you can track the progress of the order from your Vendor. Comparable inventory software systems are very loose with inventory management, for example, at any time you could “Delete” an item from your inventory. RMPro deliberately locks this down, because in the real world, there’s no such thing as “deleting” your inventory. Instead, there’s always a reason for such actions, such as processing a Return to Vendor, or Voiding an invalid transaction.
Yes, when creating a Purchase Order in RMPro, you can mark certain items as Consigned so that RMPro knows these items don’t actually belong to you, yet – and will also warn you if these items are sold (in which case you need to pay your Vendor). A special module is available in RMPro to be able to “purchase consigned items” which essentially instructs RMPro that these items are no longer consigned but now purchased from your Vendor. Several other tools and reports help keep your purchased inventory separate from your consigned inventory, so you know what you own and what you don’t.
Yes, every transaction you create in RMPro can be backdated to the original date (and time) that it actually happened. This is important when entering historical information, not only for the customer invoices, but also for purchase orders (inventory) because RMPro does extensive checks to make sure it’s really possible to do certain transactions at a given time. For example, if you received an item in RMPro on today’s date and tried to invoice that item to a customer dated 1 week ago, RMPro will not let you because the item didn’t exist in RMPro 1 week ago.