Thank you for the response. Yes, I had a look into that, however, the purchase order number did not reflect in this table.
Omnia Group (Pty) Ltd
T: +27 11 799 6278
Thank you, very technical for my level but anything helps.
I work on the purchase orders every day.
The best report I have found for past due purchase orders is the BackOrder lines report on the Procurement & Sourcing page, under Inquiries, purchase orders.
This helps me calculate how quickly we are getting our shipments. It has been a very useful tool.
I hope this helps!!
Kristina Dummermuth Spare Parts Specialist
Frontmatec inc 8301 N.W. 101st Terrace #10 Kansas City, MO 64153 United States frontmatec.com
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Thank you. I will have a look into this to see if this accounts for registered purchase orders only.
Greatly appreciate the correspondence.
Yes, thank you. I have been shown by a very helpful colleague that the inventory transactions can be filtered according to the registered products.
This can be saved to a cue that can be used on a daily basis.
Thank you everyone for the helpful insight.
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