In the procurement process, quality, delivery time, and price are three important factors that contribute to profitability and competitiveness. Companies aim for a smooth progression and avoid encountering any obstacles in the procurement process. The procurement module in the ERP system aims to assist companies in their procurement decisions.
Quality Control + Delivery Time + Cost Calculation = Full Control
The procurement module has been integrated with programs such as cost calculation, accounting, inventory, debt, and logistics. Through this integration, the procurement module aims to increase the reliability of companies. This is because the procurement module can automatically guide the company in the points to be considered during the procurement process, resulting in a faster procurement process.
In the procurement module, a cost calculation is made for the product during the procurement process. In this calculation, when we divide the freight cost by weight, a cost calculation is made based on the exchange rate of the day the purchase is made. Additionally, other cost calculations are made based on the unit price, again considering the exchange rate of the day the purchase is made. Furthermore, the system allows for selecting the desired currency for calculations, and the cost calculation is made based on the chosen currency. This feature enables companies to quickly calculate costs based on the currency of the country they are operating in.
After cost calculation, the procurement process is carried out. In the procurement process, the first step is to create a purchase request, which includes product information, product cost, and the selection of the warehouse(s) where the product will be delivered. In this process, approval is expected from the management team through the system. Once approval is received from the management team, the product is directed to the designated warehouse(s) by the company. This way, the purchase is reflected as a debit in the company's account.
The purchasing module is a highly advantageous integration system for companies. During the purchasing process, the company can integrate with multiple units in a short time to carry out the procurement process. Additionally, the Purchasing Module can optionally integrate the sales costs from previous product sales into the new procurement process by examining them. This allows the company to view the procurement costs for the same product in the past and compare them with the past costs during the new procurement process, enabling price analysis during sales. This situation can increase company profitability, and the purchasing module assists companies in the procurement process quickly and in a controlled manner.