Purchase Order

For timely tracking and management of orders, maintaining optimal inventory levels, and addressing any discrepancies or issues promptly.

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Written by Jhanav Lakhiani
Updated over a week ago

The Purchase Order represents a purchase order document, detailing the transaction between a buyer and a seller. It includes important information such as dates, status, financial amounts, and delivery details.

The AI will only look back at 12 months' worth of data.

Key Properties:

  1. Business Name: The name of the business making the purchase.

  2. Purchase Order Date: The date when the purchase order was created.

  3. Expected Delivery Date: The date when the delivery is expected.

  4. Status: The current status of the purchase order (e.g., Authorised, Submitted, Billed, Draft).

  5. Reference Code: A reference code for the purchase order.

  6. SubTotal: The subtotal amount before tax.

  7. Total Tax: The total tax amount for the purchase order.

  8. Total Amount: The total amount including tax.

  9. Delivery Address: The address where the order will be delivered.

  10. Currency Code: The currency code (e.g., AUD).

  11. Creation Date: The date when the purchase order was created.

  12. Lines: A list of purchase order lines detailing individual items or services being purchased.

Example Alerts

Alert me when a purchase order is submitted for TechHub Pty Ltd.
Alert me when the total amount for a purchase order exceeds $10,000.
Alert me when the expected delivery date for a purchase order is within the next week.


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