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Nowadays, invoices, which are one of the most important documents exchanged between business partners, should be produced with the intention oHf disseminating them to a broader range of devices through multiple channels which include web and SMS. handling invoices, product inventory, customer relations and other business transactions via the internet have been found to be a cost-effective way of accomplishing such tasks. Industry experts predict that communication via internet invoices will enable issuers influence customer behavior in a positive way. To achieve all these, companies do not have to make huge capital investments by purchasing and maintaining software licenses for applications like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Inventory Management System (IMS) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems and installing them on individual hardware on the business premises. They can instead contain costs, deploy solutions quicker and minimize risk by signing up to use the same application but hosted by a third party and delivered over the internet. This concept is called Software as a Service (SaaS). It is a software licensing and distribution model where applications are hosted by a service provider and delivered to multiple clients over the internet. This is the model that has been adopted in creating an Invoice, the application.


Adding products to your inventory:

The first step in managing your business is adding the products you are offering.

Manage the Inventory:

Many actions can by applied on added products so if you need to edit, delete or view information’s about an added products 

Adding New Suppliers:

Once you have finished adding products its time to add your suppliers. You can issue purchase orders with the products you need to certain suppliers and track the order’s state from leaving the supplier’ storage to arriving to you inventory.

Create Purchase Orders:

  1. From the “Inventory” menu, choose “Manage Purchase Orders”.
  2. Click the “New Purchase Order” button.


Manage Created Purchase Orders:

From the “Inventory” menu, choose “Manage Purchase Orders”.

  • The Purchase Orders page lists all Purchase Orders you have created.
  • To create a new Purchase Order, click the “New Purchase Orders” button.
  • Use the search bar to search for Purchase Orders by number, supplier, currency, date, or staff.
    Each listed Purchase Order will show its number, supplier information, date, status (DRAFT – UNRECEIVED – RECEIVED), and price.

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