Summary of Features

Purchase Orders
• Draft and Final Purchase Orders
• Authorise / Finalize orders
• Spread Orders
• Partial Receipting

Order Generation
• Orders Required reports
• Suggested Purchase Orders
• Purchase Order Planner
• Replenishment of remote sites

• Suppliers in multi-currencies
• Flexible exchange rates
• GRNI accruals
• Split invoicing
• Consolidate multi-PO’s onto
  one invoice
• Invoice authorization
• Due now reports
• Automated payments
  with remittance advices


My.N’s purchase ordering system makes it easier for you and your purchasing department to make sure you have the right stock, in the right place at the right time … and that you are paying the right price for it.

As well as the standard purchasing reports, My.N provides additional systems to help and support your purchasing department.

Suggested Purchase Orders
Suggested purchase orders is a powerful and easy to use purchasing aid. It looks at a range of pre-set criteria and generates suggested purchase orders which you can review, amend and confirm. It can do this for single or multiple suppliers.

Purchase Order Planner
The Purchase Order Planner is a superb planning tool that helps you manage and schedule your purchases using an extended variety of criteria. This includes buffer stock, sales per day, in manufacture and on order quantities. It offers outstanding flexibility allowing you to back flush through Bills of Materials and to perform ‘What if’ testing.

Accounting For Aquisition Costs:
My.N gives you a choice of two methods for rolling up acquisition and importation costs into the value of your stock. This gives you a more accurate stock valuation ensuring your margin reports reflect your true costs of stock acquisition.

Setup Costs allow you to account for up to 11 types of cost on receipt of an item. This can be done as a fixed value or as a percentage.

Landed Costs is ideal for companies importing shipments. It allows you to model all of the actual shipping, duty and insurance costs associated with their importation. On receipt, these costs are rolled up with the actual purchase cost of stock to give you as accurate a stock cost as possible.

Home     News     Case Studies     Contact .