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How does the system assign a buyer on a requisition converted to an order

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edited Nov 19, 2018 2:06PM in Self Service Procurement 8 comments

Summary

Buyer Assignment hierarchy on a requisition converted to an order

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Customers

I do hope this brief article helps clarify the logic of how the system computes a buyer for a given requisition line when converting to a purchase order

Premise:

A buyer is a mandatory element of a purchase order. If one does not exist, neither does a purchase order. If a requisition cannot determine a valid buyer, the requisition is placed in the Process Requisitions queue for the buyer (with the appropriate access) to review said requisitions and help create an order.

Design:

In Self Service Procurement, you can add a suggested buyer as a requester. I have covered this facet in a different customer connect article. (Please review that for context).

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