7. Effective cooperation with suppliers
External sub-deliveries are an important part of job execution. It is not easy to keep an eye on all activities related to it: coordination and overview of deadlines, goods or services delivered and following approval, accepting and re-invoicing of a supplier invoice. Any error in supplier cooperation can cause a lot of financial, as well as, non-financial problems.
What can Teamogy help to sort out in your company?
- Cooperate mainly with vetted suppliers.
- Create purchase orders directly from the system with a clear specification, delivery, and payment conditions.
- Registration and approval of received supplier invoices, including comparison with an approved purchase order.
- Direct interactions with the job – compare sales quotation, purchase order, supplier invoices, and client invoices.
A specific example:
Order external service and subsequently approve received supplier invoice.
- 1. Issuing a purchase order from the job
- 2. Assigning received invoice to a job
- 3. Comparison of received costs with the sales quotation
- 4. The effect of supplier invoice to overall company profit
How to try everything directly in the system:
- Create a purchase order from the existing job for external services. Specify the subject of delivery, financial value, and delivery date. Log the incoming invoice for external services into the system (try a higher amount than what’s on the purchase order) and assign it to a job.
- Open the job and check how easy it is to see the comparison of sales quotation, purchase orders, and supplier invoice. You can open any of these documents with a single click.
- A detailed manual can be found here:
How to work raise a PO in Teamogy.
How to enter Supplier invoice to Teamogy.