The person or company that supplies a customer with the largest quantity of goods or services compared to all other suppliers.
This is a supplier that is specified as the primary source for a particular item in the system. The 'main supplier' is usually the supplier that is used first when creating a purchase order for the item. In SAP Business One, you can specify such a primary vendor for an item by going to the "Purchasing" tab in the item's master data and selecting the appropriate vendor from the "Primary Vendor" dropdown menu.
It is important to note as a particular item in SAP Business One can have multiple suppliers, but only one of them can be set as the main supplier.
With its latest version, MariProject supports project-related purchasing. The definition and control of budgets in purchasing helps reduce costs, effort...Continue reading ?
In addition to medium-sized companies that operate the ERP system as a complete solution, SAP Business One also addresses large medium-sized companies or even corporations that ...Continue reading ?
MARIProject for SAP Business One has been released in a new version 7.1.000 and is available as an update. As always, there are ...Continue reading ?
Every year the turn of the year in SAP Business One is coming up. Anything you only do once a year is...Continue reading ?
MARIProject for SAP Business One is now available in the new version 7.0. As always, a whole ...Continue reading ?
The SAP Business One Feature Pack 10.0 FP2202 has been released and once again it brings some innovations for the users. The ...Continue reading ?
MRP (material requirements planning) and ERP are a pair of siblings where you don't know exactly which of the two is/are the ...Continue reading ?
Returns are increasingly burdening online trade. A key figure that is often used in a business context is the return rate. Returns are ordered goods that ...Continue reading ?
A revised edition of the reference book "SAP Business One: Business User Guide" has been published. The textbook, published only in English, ...Continue reading ?
Disrupted supply chains and rising costs currently affecting manufacturing and trading companies were only triggered by the pandemic and...Continue reading ?