3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 2, 2010 12:22 PM by user12016924

    Possible to auto create 1 PO per requisition?

    user12016924
      We want to have 1 PO per requisition or per requisition location address. This to have a PO per department sent to the supplier so they can pack per department (leading to a simpeler receipt process).

      Is this possible, if so how?

      Thanks,
      Harm
        • 1. Re: Possible to auto create 1 PO per requisition?
          Karthik Gopaluni
          Hi,

          Automated Process: You can create an ASL for the item and relate the blanket PO for the item to ASL which can create automatic releases i.e shipments one for each requisition.

          Manual Process: Select requisitions manually based on the requirement and do auto create form the Auto Create Documents screen.

          Thanks
          Karthik.
          • 2. Re: Possible to auto create 1 PO per requisition?
            643952
            We want to have 1 PO per requisition or per requisition location address. This to have a PO per department sent to the supplier so they can pack per department (leading to a simpeler receipt process).
            This depends.
            If your requition has 5 lines and all lines have different items which are to be sourced from different suppliers than you cant make one PO as a PO can have only one supplier
            Is this possible, if so how?
            But if your requisition has 3 lines with three different items and all are to be sourced from a single same supplier, than you can make one PO

            so it depends.

            hope it helps

            Regards
            emm
            • 3. Re: Possible to auto create 1 PO per requisition?
              user12016924
              Thanks for the answers!

              We have requisitions with multiple lines sourced to different suppliers. So what I would like is to have multiple PO's (one for every sourced supplier) per requisition. This done in an automated proces (as we do now).

              Regards,
              Harm