You can easily build up a purchase order with multiple tyres before sending a single order through to GroupTyre
If you’re looking to build up a purchase order with multiple tyres, then you can do that simply.
Ordering multiple tyres in one order.
If you visit the tyres page and double click the first tyre, you’ll see the following window;
When you just want to order this tyre on its own, you’ll normally just click ‘Send order to GroupTyre’. In this example we’ll click ‘Add to purchase order’ instead. If you don’t have an open purchase order this will automatically create a new one for you.
If you don’t have a local copy of the manufacturer created then the following window will show.
Here, you’ll be able to create a new manufacturer for your local tyre database, or you’ll be able to link it to an existing one. After this, the following screen will show with your newly created purchase order number. You’ll also be able to add your own reference to the purchase order.
Click close and you’ll be returned to the tyres window. Now, select a second tyre in the bottom grid and click ‘Add to purchase order’. This will add the tyre to the currently open purchase order.
Sending the order
Once you have added all of the tyres to the purchase order, you’ll need to find the purchase order and send it to GroupTyre. To do this, navigate to the tyres window and click the ‘Purchase Orders’ tab. Your currently open purchase order should be visible, but if it’s not simply find it in the drop down on the left (you can search for the order number or reference here).
When you are ready to send the order, simply click ‘Send order to GroupTyre’.
A popup window will then let you know that your order has been placed successfully.
So, you’ve placed an order for some tyres – what do you do when the tyres arrive? Receiving stock – Creating a new purchase invoice from an existing purchase order will show you how to enter in received stock.