Your vendor may delivery your order completely or in partial shipments. This can happen when the vendor is out of stock or must use multiple shipping providers.

Example: Let’s say that you have raised a purchase order for 50 bottles of Green Tea shampoo. However, your vendor delivers partial shipments as follows:

  • 30 bottles in the first shipment
  • 10 in the second shipment
  • 10 in the third shipment

For the first two shipments, you mark the purchase order as partially delivered and for the third shipment, you mark the purchase order as fully delivery.

To accept delivery of orders

  1. Locate an Order.
  2. If your vendor did not ship the entire order, in the Retail Received or Consumable Received columns, enter the partially received quantity along with any applicable Discount or Notes

       Note: The On-delivery Price and Total Price values are automatically updated as
       per the quantity received and discount applied.
   3. (Optional) Complete the fields such as Shipping and Handling charges, Invoice#,
       and Shipment details.

   4. Click Partial Delivery.

        The following take place:
         - The order is saved.
         - In the Manage Procurement page, the status of the order shows as Updated.
         - The product quantity is updated in your inventory and current stock.

   Note: To view the list of partial shipments, navigate to Inventory > Procurement >
   Orders, open a purchase order with status Partial Delivery and click Full View.
   Learn more: List of Statuses for an Order
   5. (Optional) Repeat steps 2-4 till you receive the total quantity.
   6. After you receive the total quantity, click Full Delivery.    
       The following take place:
        - The order is saved.
        - In the Manage Procurement page, the status of the order shows as Delivered.
        - The product quantity is updated in your inventory and current stock.

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