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Business use case for splitting a requisition line

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edited Dec 18, 2019 3:11PM in Self Service Procurement 6 comments

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Business use case for splitting a requisition line

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Customers / Support

A quick note to capture one of the key use cases where splitting a requisition line is very helpful from both the requester and the buyer's perspective.

Context:

Recently, a customer had the following conundrum:

The requisition contain a line for 1000 items. The buyer that ended up processing the line for 300 items. The buyer then expected to find the remaining 700 back in the Process Requisitions queue for further processing. This was not to be. The customer then wanted to understand how this could have been achieved.

Premise:

In this specific use case, the buyer admittedly wanted to process the remaining quantity on a different order. Although we did not get the specific reason why, it could have been due to various business reasons:

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