Tag Archives: Purchase Receipt

How to process data in Put-away plan in Sage X3

Put-away Plan or  Storage Plan is a functionality to plan stock change from dock location category to another location or internal location. Sage X3 offers flexibility to manage default location for a product within site for different operations. For instance, if a product exists in multiple locations of the site and for each operations (receipts,… Read More »

How to create credit note against purchase return in Sage X3

A credit note (also known as credit memo) is issued to indicate a return of funds in the event of an invoice error, incorrect or damaged products, purchase cancellation, or otherwise specified circumstance. One type of credit memo is issued by a seller in order to reduce the amount that a customer owes from a… Read More »

Purchase Receipt quantity not flowing to Purchase Invoice screen in Sage X3

In Sage X3, we faced an issue for the Quantity not getting flown from Purchase Receipt to Purchase Invoice screen on the selection from the left list. As per the standard process, we create a Purchase order, and further we create a Purchase receipt using the same Purchase Order. Further, while creating the Purchase Invoice… Read More »

How to Align Lot numbers with Purchase receipts numbers

Purchase Receipts are made when you accept Items from your Supplier usually against a Purchase Order. A purchase receipts is created when you accept materials from a certain supplier. This is usually against a purchase order. It also serves as a proof and a document given to consumers as a record of their sample purchase… Read More »

Setting up the Purchase Order Suggestion in X3

Purchase Order suggestion process is most widely useful in manufacturing activity. Sage x3 provides a flexible, user-friendly, and relatively easy process to perform this activity. In the PO Suggestion screen, the safety stock material appears in the suggestion list. PO suggestion is the integration between the modules means core modules functions are interconnected, all the… Read More »

Quality control on Purchase receipts

There are various setups on the product, product-site, technical sheets and stock management rules that define exactly when and how the quality control process will function within Sage Enterprise. Let’s take a look at an example of the Sage Enterprise Quality Control function integrated into the purchase order receipt process.  This would emulate the business… Read More »

How to enable select all check box in the left side panel in Sage X3

As we all know, in Sage X3 when users want to create Purchase invoice against purchase receipt, he/she has to select receipt from the left list one by one. Recently one of our client wanted to have an option to select all Receipts in a single click from the left side panel while creating purchase… Read More »

Add Pending Qty column in PO Receipt screen in Sage X3

In Sage X3, we know that users can create the PO order, PO receipt, PO return and PO invoice transactions against vendors/suppliers using purchase module. So in PO module, whenever user created the receipt from particular purchase order or returning some qty using purchase return screen, then Qty on hand or stock Qty got affected.… Read More »

How to Setup Purchase Receipt Quality check in Sage X3

There can be possible scenario in an industry where the Products undergoes Quality Check once the Purchase Receipt is created. There is a setup explained below which will decide if Quality check is required or not. Steps Involved- Common data >Products > Product Categories Select the Product Category for which you would like to enable… Read More »

How to set up matching tolerance for purchase receipt

Matching tolerance is a functionality in Sage X3 which allows the user to set up and maintain tolerances in purchase module. Kindly follow the below mentioned step to set up matching tolerance: Navigate to Setup >> Purchasing >>Matching tolerances The Matching tolerances codes are used to define the degree to which the quantity of purchased… Read More »