We are wasting a lot of time going through products in requisitions to see if they can be purchased cheaper from other suppliers other than the preferred one. This happens because a non-preferred supplier may be running a promo hence making them "preferred" temporarily. Since our supplier's stock and prices are automatically updated via feed, we do not always know who is cheaper unless we check manually.
Is there any way that the requisitions can pick the cheapest supplier (who also has the product in stock) automatically?1 vote
Could we get 4 decimal places for supplier prices? Quite a lot of time our purchase order totals don't match invoices due to not being able to enter more prices to 4 decimal places.2 votes
Thanks for your suggestion. We do not currently have any plans to change this, as it would require large changes to the way we handle prices across the site. However, we do recognise the importance of this feature, and so I’ll pass it to our developers for consideration.
Space to enter contact name for supplier, also web address, and a fixed discount that the supplier offers us, which would adjust cost prices, and additional notes related to supplier2 votes
Sometimes we have to return products back to the supplier, it would be nice to be able to do this in storefeeder, this would allow us to track and not forget about the one random item that was sent back 2 weeks ago, there would be tracking information in storefeeder, reason for return, and what we require from the supplier: refund, exchange etc., storefeeder could offer to remove the returned item from stock and the ability to put it back in on receipt of the replacement.1 vote
Hi and thank you for your suggestion. We are planning some improvements to our multi-warehousing functionality – so we will include your suggestion in our discussions.
Hold more data in the supplier section such as Credit Limits (and monitor via POs), Bank Payment Information etc5 votes
We’re a bit conscious of putting too much information on the supplier page but we can see the benefit so we’re going to discuss this a bit further before we make a decision.
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