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The Online Ordering System:

The Online Ordering System Sales Orders, Suppliers, I.T. Department Training presentation #8475952R a nd Purchase Orders

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders The Prism system, a fine example of modern technological ingenuity, easily takes on the computerised management of a wide range of transactions at Printmedia Group.

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders But in spite of this age of whizbang wonders, there is still one danger that even a supercomputer is vulnerable to…

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Yes, human error. You see, contrary to popular belief, computers don’t make mistakes. Computers do exactly what they’re told to do. Computers are the car, and humans are the driver, and sometimes we’re driving in the wrong direction…

PrintDirect, Prism & Order Numbers:

PrintDirect , Prism & Order Numbers Here’s an example: Perhaps the most common Prism transaction is the Sales order. And Prism eats sales orders for breakfast.

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders When filling a sales order requires us to obtain stock from a supplier, Prism is cleverly programmed to create a purchase order, to get the supplies.

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Overnight, while the humans sleep, Prism is hard at work processing all the active sales orders to see what goes on the list of items to order from the suppliers. Prism checks each item, and gives it a tick once it’s done.

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders This way, purchase orders are organised efficiently, with no double-handling, and with minimal delay. However, crashing into this picturesque scene of computer harmony, along comes HUMAN ERROR…

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Uh-oh, someone is changing the sales order, after it has generated a purchase order! Hey, don’t you know that you need to change the purchase order too? Prism won’t change that item in the purchase order, it’s already been ticked!

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Take a look at the bottom-right of that sales order window… see that PO number? That means there’s a purchase order connected to this sales order. You need to use that number to look up the purchase order, and make the same changes there too. SALES ORDER Accounts -> Purchase Ordering -> Purchase Order -> View PURCHASE ORDER

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

…and make sure you apply the changes to the correct line in the purchase order… purchase orders can be made from many different sales orders, so be sure to check the sales order number that you are making the changes against. Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Without that change to the purchase order, Prism may order the wrong stock… or it may order the right stock, twice!

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Only WE can defeat the tyranny of Human Error. When human beings and machines work together towards a common goal, great things can be achieved. And the chance of a future robot uprising can be greatly minimised . CRUSH KILL DESTROY

Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders:

with a purchase order number, Sales orders, Suppliers, & Purchase orders Just remember this catchy little tune: If you change a sales order remember to change the purchase order too! (unless you’re adding an item that’s new)

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