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Requisition in SAP B1

Hi All,

My client follows the present process and I need to map this in SAP B1

Process at my client starts from Purchase Requisition. Purchase Requisition is raised by individual departments for all the items. Indents are raised for items such as non-BOM, consumables, Spares, Capital Goods, tools. Individual departments raise Purchase Indents based on their requirement.

1. Then the Indents are sent to concerned department owners for quantity approval. After getting an approval from the heads of relevant department, the indents are forwarded to purchase department.

Purchase department obtains quotations from vendors and send it for price approval.

2. Purchase department will raise a Purchase Order for the approved quantity. Purchase order will be sent to Purchase department owner for price approval

Here, we need to have two stages for approval

1. Quantity approval from any department

2. Price approval from purchase department

As I am aware that SAP B1 does not support Requisition, is there any way to map this process in B1 through approval procedure?

Regards

Shashi

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 04:50 AM

    HI Shashi,

    Chech these threads:

    purchase-requisition

    purchase-requisition-pr

    Something about PR.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 05:18 AM

    Hi shashi,

    Definitely you can map requisition as a PO approval procedure. In approval procedure give the condition as for whole document and assign to the respective user. But remember there is no request for quotation and comparison for the same, thus if you would like to implement this solution then you have to develop one or purchase it from a third party.

    Regards,

    Aditya

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