The Sales Orders module is a very powerful and flexible system designed to cater for multiple types of sales types. Examples include quotations, normal sales, billings, back-orders, direct/drop shipments, inter-branch transfers, inter-company sales and scheduled orders.
Of significance in the Sales Orders system is a built in configurator. The configurator is setup using the Product Definition module and allows you to develop a step by step configuration process. The configuration system is designed for businesses that need to build configurable products on the fly and produce quotes for customers.
The system caters for multiple methods of sales pricing including; simple pricing, coded pricing, quantity discount pricing, extended pricing, buying groups and contract pricing.
The system also caters for merchandise and non-merchandise sales, service charges, miscellaneous charges and freight charges.
The ‘Sales Orders’ module integrates to:
Inventory for all standard product sales
Estimating for custom product sales
Work in Progress for part billings
Purchase order for special orders
Product Definition for kit sales
Product Definition for configuration items
Accounts Receivable when invoices, credit and debit notes are created
Features of Sales Orders:
Multiple branch control
User defined terms tables
Consolidated picking schedules
Batch or on-line printing of documents
Documents can be sent to email or fax
Commissions calculations and reporting
Sales order configurator
Multiple warehouse sales
All documents are stored for reprint
Sales Order to Purchase Order copy
Comprehensive back order system
Quotations direct to sales orders
Reason for credit analysis
Standard and custom comment lines
Benefits of Sales Orders:
Tight intergation with all other modules
Detailed audit trails for all master data and financial changes
Time savings with payment workflow and planning
Never double pay invoices with built in internal controls
Improve cash flow and reduce costs using built in features
Sales configurator saves time and effort, reduces errors and imrpoves customer service
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A detailed inquiry system allows you to look at all supplier transactions in detail, giving visibility into purchases, supplier ranking, and outstanding amounts.