Purchase Order (PO)

What is a PO?

At its core, a Purchase Order serves as a formal contractual document between a buyer and a supplier. It outlines the specifics of the goods or services to be acquired, including quantities, prices, delivery timelines, and terms of payment. In the dynamic landscape logistics, integrating Purchase Orders seamlessly into operations is a transformative step toward achieving precision and efficiency. Whenever the items are out of stock or need to be restocked, the seller raises a purchase order.

Key Benefits of Purchase Order:

  1. Structured Procurement: Purchase Orders provide a structured framework for procurement transactions, ensuring clarity and reducing ambiguity.
  2. Enhanced Communication: Serving as a formal communication channel, Purchase Orders facilitate transparent communication between buyers and suppliers, crucial for effective logistics management.
  3. Order Tracking and Accountability: Presence of Purchase Orders into Warehouse and Order Management Systems enables seamless order tracking, fostering accountability and minimizing errors.

The purchase order (PO) generated via Omniful provides users with robust visibility. Users can track the statuses of various activities related to the PO, including gate entry, Goods Receipt Note (GRN), and putaway. Detailed information on items ordered through the PO is available. Additionally, users can monitor ordered items to identify instances of over-receipt or under-receipt. In cases where items from a single PO arrive in multiple shipments, Omniful allows users to link these shipments to the same PO, enabling tracking on a shipment-by-shipment basis.

Use Cases

  • In-Store Fulfilment
  • Quick-Commerce
  • Ship-from-store
  • Buy Online Pickup in Store
  • Buy Online Return in Store
  • Omni channel Customer Service
  • Tax E-Invoicing

Who Is It For?

  • Omnichannel Retailer
  • D2C Brand
  • Fulfillment Provider