Electronic

Procurement

Ordering

System

EPOS is primarily intended as a tool for purchasing management in companies. In addition to the management of Clients (with additional modules of the Agreement and Tenders) and Purchasing Requirements (with the related modules of Orders and Invoices), it is further enriched with links to the management and control of Budgets and Projects.

EPOS thus gives a comprehensive view for all those who participate in both the overall life cycle of Purchasing Requests and those who have control over the drawing of Budgets and Projects.

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Basic process diagram:

1. Approval of Suppliers and signing of contracts with the possible use of Tenders
2. Creation and approval of Budgets and Projects for the relevant period
3. Creation of Purchasing Requests, which generate Orders and subsequently Invoices received and these then draw from the relevant Budgets / Projects
4. Definition of controlling for Budget / Project management
 

Everything once again and a little differently:

1. On the one hand, have everything you need to create Purchase Requisitions (and subsequent Orders and received Invoices)
2. On the other hand, have everything for planning budgets and projects and controlling them
3. Everything is then linked into one functional unit

Modules. EPOS is a modular system. It consists of the following modules:

clients (Suppliers and customers)
Agreements
Tenders
Purchase requests
Orders
Invoices
Budgets Projects

also offers for example …

for all objects within EPOS

approvers, including the resolution of representation

user interface configurable for a specific user

for all object types

of all EPOS objects can be switched to any date in the past.