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techwizard
09-22-2014, 08:26 PM
Hi there,

I work in the finance department of company with approximately 20 staff.

We have a large range of suppliers and currently use a paper based purchase order system.

Paper based POs are created and signed off by a manager/director.

This works ok but it is difficult to manage and the management are away on business frequently and do not sign any POs until they get back.

Does anyone have any recommendations of a PO system that they have used for generating and authorising purchase orders?

We have had a quick look at procurify and spendmap but both seem a bit complicated to setup for us. We just want to be able to create POs and get them signed off. Budgeting would be a bonus.

Best Regards,

Maegan

greenanr
10-08-2014, 05:25 PM
Hi Maegan,

There are numerous Purchase Order systems out there. Not all of them are so difficult to setup.

I am a founder of a very simple purchase order system call Rubberstamp.io which might be worth a try.

Failing that, we have written an Ebook on setting up a purchase order system and for a limited time we are giving it away for free at:

http://www.rubberstamp.io/ebook.html

Cheers

Richard

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Lilykevin95
06-02-2020, 11:22 PM
Howdy, I work in the money division of organization with roughly 20 staff. We have a huge scope of providers and at present utilize a paper based buy.