SRM - Supplier Relationship Management

Business Process Flow - Modules in System


Requisition

Supplier

Purchase Order

PO Follow-up

Purchase Invoice

Material Issue

Inventory

GRN

Accounts Payable
Bank Payments, Cash Payments, Debit Note, Credit Note, Discounts Recd, Advance Adjustment

A complete Supplier relationship Purchasing / Stores documentation Stock management software.


Documentation Covered - Once you have this in place rest assured your staff will not waste time in documentation formatting, supplier information, searching for old documents
  • Material Requisition
  • Material Issue
  • Purchase Order
  • Goods / Material Receipt Note
  • Purchase Invoice
  • Purchase Return
  • Payment Voucher
  • Discount Voucher
  • Debit Note / Credit Note Voucher
Stores & Stock Management Covered - All reports, registers, summarized / detailed analysis of current / past periodic performance.
  • Complete Stock
  • GST Reports
  • Supplier Database in one central location
  • Follow-up / Communication History
  • Old PO / GRN / Requisition / Issue data reports at a click
  • Delivery Pending List / Pending Purchase Order List
  • Complete PO GRN Invoice analysis periodic salesman wise
  • Payment Pending Report / Payment Paid Report / Party Account Statement etc...
  • Summarized / Detailed Registers

Feature List


  • Product Code
  • Product Item Wise Stock
  • Maintain Supplier database
  • Department wise when and how much Material was Requested and Issued - Consumption Analysis
  • Create new Purchase Order PO, search view old PO.
  • Set a reminder date when to next follow-up date, system will let you, your purchase / store manager know whom to when
  • Close partial PO's / Material requisition with reason for same for further analysis
  • Single screen to view status of all PO's Requisition.
  • Material Receipt (+), Material Issue (-), Purchase Return (-), in 3 simple froms maintain stock
  • Stock Adjustment entry with log of same for audit.
  • Costing of each item, Stock value, Invoices paid / payable, Supplier Account Statement

Price per User per Month


Per User Per Month* :
No. of Months :
Total Payment* :
Total Max Records per user### :
Max Records per Day per user## :
Trial
1 Month
0
2000
250
1650
3 Months
4950
10000
250
1650
12 Months
19800
10000
250
1650
24 Months
39600
10000
250

Information


 *Taxes Extra

Per User per Month and Per User Per Plan charges don't include taxes, taxes are extra as applicable.

 ### Total Max Records per user

For every user you get total maximum no of records in system is 10,000.
When you reach 10,000 records limit you need to subscribe one more user, your limit will be increased by 10,000 records.
for e.g.
You have subscribed for 4 users you will get 4 * 10,000 = 40,000 maximum total no of records in system.
Once you have reached the limit of 40,000 records you will have to subscribe for at least 1 more user as it will give you additional 10,000 records to use.
Now you will have 5 users 5 * 10,000 = 50,000 maximum total no of records in system.


Why this limit: Processing records takes time as each record increases, it adds to processing time which in turn increases cost.
CPU, RAM, I/O, database size, file size processing time and cost's increases with increase in number of records / data size.
Software is provided to you as a service, you are subscribing for the same we do not want you or others to find lag or slow response time processing records.
For clarity on records see point Records.

 ## Max Records per day per user

For every user you get total maximum number of records in a day in system is 250 provided you don’t cross the limit of 10,000 records. e.g.
If your organization has subscribed for 4 users you will get total 1,000 records in a day.
In system any user can make any number of records however total count of records cannot exceed sum total of no of users subscribed * 250 i.e. 1,000 in a day in this scenario.


Why this limit: We don’t want few to benefit at cost of others if they are heavy users they should pay for same, processing records takes time as each record increases, it adds to processing time which in turn increases cost.
If any single user has more than 250 records to enter in system on daily basis that means he is not a basic user he is a heavy user he needs to upgrade to add more users.
CPU, RAM, I/O, Database size, file size processing time and cost increases with increase in number of records / data size.

  Records

Records is the sum of total number of entries in below mentioned forms / business processes

Particulars
Transaction Line Item Count Products Entities Addresses
Contacts Suppliers in a Purchase Enquiry CAPA Records Bill Of Material
Bills Receipt + Payment Debit Note + Credit Note Direct Journal Entries
Courier Register records Tasks assigned to Employees Daily Field work reporting Advance Adjustment Entries

*Above mentioned forms / business processes may or may not be applicable for your plan