Sage 200 is designed to help you manage every element of your supply chain - from quotations, to price books; receiving and delivering goods, together with a sophisticated stock management system that’s fully linked to your financial data.
Sage 200 Purchase Order Processing fully integrates with Stock Control, Purchase Ledger and Sales Order Processing, so you’ll know that goods are available to your customer as soon as you receive them. You can respond quickly and efficiently to customer demands and be agile about products and pricing to maintain loyalty and satisfaction.
See the full story of an order
Sage 200 supports complex supply and delivery models. Select different delivery addresses per order line; specify different delivery addresses to one supplier and see price negotiation data - invaluable information that helps orders run smoothly.
Source goods worldwide
Source goods worldwide, purchasing in up to 100 different currencies. View individual costs and overall order costs associated with importing goods on a purchase order.
Make sure business doesn’t stop without you
Apply authorisation limits and alerts to keep orders moving while you’re busy. If you’re out of the office, authorise orders remotely via a secure web user. Reject unexpected or incorrect deliveries, highlighting any discrepancies with invoices and allow for costs that are already committed.
Compile order lists based on purchase orders
If you prefer to create your Purchase Orders manually, Sage 200 can help you save time by compiling lists of what you should order, based on shortfall, and what you need for back-to-back orders. You can then decide who to buy from.
Keep a running total
It’s easy to spot errors as you go, as Sage 200 calculates a running total when you’re matching invoice line items to orders. Record disputes Flag up any invoices “under dispute” and they won’t be updated to the Purchase Ledger until the dispute is resolved.
Manage your stock
When you enter a sales order for an item that’s not normally held in stock, Sage 200 automatically raises a purchase order to the item’s supplier. Or you may choose to use stock that’s on-hand first, making sure you efficiently manage and control your stock.
Deliver items to a number of delivery addresses, including your premises, customers and suppliers