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NSC | What is the Purpose of the PO/CHECK # Column in a Vendor's Transactions List

edited May 8, 2024 9:08PM in Accounting / ERP

Scenario

In a Vendor record, under the Financial subtab > Transactions list, users are able to see a list of transactions related to the Vendor. In the Default view, one of the available columns is the PO/Check #.

The user noticed that this column is blank and it does not show Purchase Order number nor the Check number.

Answer

The PO/Check # Column in Vendor Records under Financial subtab > Transactions list is just another reference field that you may use for identification and/or reporting purposes.

The value in that column is sourced from the Vendor # field in Purchase Orders of the Vendor.

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