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Creating a Purchase Order using SAP


You have the following options:

  • Vendor known

Use this procedure if you know which vendor is to receive the order.

See Creating a Purchase Order Manually (Vendor Known)

  • Vendor unknown

Use this procedure if you want the system to select and suggest possible vendors. These suggestions are then made on the basis of sources of supply that have been predefined in the system. (Note: the term "source" covers outline purchase agreements, info records, and source lists).

See Optimized Purchasing

  • Creation of POs from assigned requisitions

Use this procedure to list the requisitions for your purchasing group that have already been assigned to a vendor (that is, those requisitions containing a vendor, outline agreement, or info record as a procurement option). Pos can be generated from these requisitions automatically.

See Optimized Purchasing

  • Stock transfer

Choose this procedure if you wish to order not from a vendor but from one of your plants.

  • Vendor-Managed Inventory (VMI)

You use this procedure if you wish to create a purchase order from an acknowledgment sent to you by your vendor via EDI.


SAP Retail - Vendor-Managed-Inventory (VMI)

SAP Retail - VMI: Generating Purchase Orders for EDI Order Acknowledgments

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