Lotus Notes Purchase Order Software
Purchase orders in Lotus Notes
Purchase orders over the Web
Purchase Orders through Lotus Notes or the Web
Purchase Tracker maximizes the efficiency and accountability of your purchasing, receiving, and accounts payable departments, providing a stable system for the entire purchase to pay process and facilitating compliance with Sarbanes Oxley.
Purchase Tracker handles the requests, recording, and monitoring of company purchases, and can be accessed from the Web as well as the Notes client. Purchase Tracker automates the purchase request cycle, from submission through approval and on to accounting. Purchase Tracker coordinates activities and greatly improves communication among your purchasing, receiving, and accounting groups (see the Roles and Responsibilities of Purchase Tracker users).
See our Purchase Tracker feature sheet.
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Leverage Lotus Notes for
- Submit purchase orders through Lotus Notes or the Web.
- Charge against projects, cost centers and account codes. Purchase Tracker also supports charge backs between business units.
- Exclude projects in specific status from being chargeable.
- Support for multiple currencies.
- Runs in Lotus Notes, the Web, and Websphere.
- In/Out Boxes allow users to easily track purchase requests.
- Configure purchase order approval routing by department rules, roles and spending limits.
- Routing is flexible and includes optional attached messaging.
- Supports multiple workflows.
- Secure environment for purchase request validation and approval.
- Integrates with fixed asset and Legacy accounting programs.
- Provides separate approval cycles for capital items.
- Supports the faxing and emailing of purchase orders, as well as their export to Adobe PDF.
- A PO reporting function allows users to view the financial status of each request.
- Report by vendor, requester, department, cost center or project.
- Open PO reporting overage highlighting.
- Real time posting option available.
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