MDGP 2013 R2 Feature of the Day: Requisition Management Integration Points

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog started a series of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 Feature of the day posts the other day. As they did with the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day posts they are doing them as short posts containing a PowerPoint slide show. I am translating these from the PowerPoints into posts; you can find my series index here.

The twelfth Feature of the Day covered is Requisition Management Integration Points . Purchase Requisitions has been written to integrate with several other areas of Dynamics GP such as Doc Attach, Encumbrance Management and SmartLists:

Purchase Requisition Entry

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MDGP 2013 R2 Feature of the Day: Purchase Requisitions

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog started a series of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 Feature of the day posts the other day. As they did with the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day posts they are doing them as short posts containing a PowerPoint slide show. I am translating these from the PowerPoints into posts; you can find my series index here.

The second Feature of the Day covered is Purchase Requisitions which ties into Purchase Order Processing and is also workflow enabled. Both workflow and purchase requisitions are entirely new replacements for the old Business Portal and Dynamics Workflow modules which, unlike their predecessors, live within the Microsoft Dynamics GP client and are not dependent on SharePoint.

Navigation is streamlined for the requester to see a requisition status or enter a requisition using a new Purchasing Requisition Navigation List and can route the requisition through a workflow process created using new workflow functionality; when requisitions are submitted, they will route through the active workflow:

Purchasing Requisitions Navigation List

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