• This is the first option to create the “RECEIVED INVOICE”. Please be remember this option need you to finalize the Purchase Order first. After that, select on “GENERATE RECEIVED INVOICE”.


Picture 2.3.1.1: List of Purchase Order



After click generate received invoice, you will see the following screen:



Picture 2.3.1.2: Creating New “Receive Invoice”


Here, you need to enter the invoice’s reference number which you received from the supplier and the invoice amount, together with the quantity of the goods/services that is charged in the particular invoice. Click “Save” to submit the information to the system.


After click Save, you will be able to see the following page:

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You can click mark as paid if the invoice already paid.


Picture 2.3.1.3: List of “Receive Invoice”


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Here you can choose whether to edit, delete and view details of this received invoice.
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Here you can finalize the receive invoice.



Note: If you use the Accounting Module, you can import the received invoice to Accounting.




  • This is the second option to generate the “RECEIVED INVOICE”. Please be remember this option need you to finalize the Purchase Order first You need to click on Details in the list of Purchase Orders. Please follow the guide below:




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Click “receive invoice” to generate receive invoice.



After click receive invoice, you will see the following screen:

Picture 2.3.1.6: Creating New “Receive Invoice”


Here, you need to enter the invoice’s reference number which you received from the supplier and the invoice amount, together with the quantity of the goods/services that is charged in the particular invoice. Click “Save” to submit the information to the system.


After click Save, you will be able to see the following page:

Description:


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You can click mark as paid if the invoice already paid.


Picture 2.3.1.7: List of Receive Invoice


Description:

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Here you can choose whether to edit, delete and view details of this received invoice.
B
Here you can finalize the receive invoice.



Note: If you use the Accounting Module, you can import the received invoice to Accounting.