Date(s) - 11/05/2014
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
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“We now have 200+ personnel using the ISS Group iPurchaseTM system. Implementing this Digitized system has reduced errors, improved cycle time, and improved our relationship with our suppliers.”
Rushik Patel, IT Manager, MTF
Businesses increasingly must think of purchasing and procurement activities in terms of value, efficiency, and overall return on investment (ROI).
Cost savings are a given. But to be a top performer, procurement staff must generate many times the investment and cost of their supply management assets, according to SupplyManagement.com.
A fast and effective way to improve your procurement process is to eliminate redundant data entry through an electronic solution like iPurchase. This solution also streamlines purchase order requisitions and routing.
For instance, iPurchase has a web system that can be deployed immediately to hundreds of users across the globe. It’s simple: users make their own rules.
In this weeks presentation we will be focusing on efficiencies and costs associated with redundant data entry and time saved on searching through old data for previous purchases.
Real-time integration with QAD and will also operate in hybrid ERP environments
iPurchase reads the QAD Supplier Master table, the Item Master table, etc. in real time, as well as writes to the QAD Purchase Order table in real-time, eliminating the need for redundant data entry, which in turn reduces human error; improving efficiency and greatly enhancing productivity. Master file data is maintained in one place, QAD. iPurchase not only works with QAD EA. Any ERP solution can be integrated with iPurchase to allow a user to create a purchase order in their ERP solution after a request is approved.
QAD Purchase Order Inquiry/Re-print
iPurchase has a feature which enables the user to access QAD data. A user has the ability to look up old purchase orders, and reprint them on an ‘as-needed’ basis.
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