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How to create a new order
How to create a new order

Create, prepare, fill an order to your supplier

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Written by Félix
Updated over a week ago

Piecemeal allows you to prepare an order and send it to your supplier. Placing an order to a Piecemeal Partner Suppliers will enable you to order directly from the platform. For Non-Piecemeal Partner Suppliers, the platform will create a text version of the order so that you can easily send it to your suppliers via email or text message.

New Order

To start, head over to the order main page and click on the green button ''New Order''. A pop-up will ask you to select the supplier from whom you wish to order. Select the one you want and click create

Once you create an order, you can always return to it via the order main page. The information will be saved in real-time. This means that you don't need to save it. You can start a new order, pause for a bit, and get back to it a few hours later without losing your data.

The ''Ordered'' tab will show you what you are ordering in your order.

The ''My Products'' will show you what you can order from that supplier.

If the item you are looking for is not present in the "My Products" list, then it means that the inventory item you are looking for is not linked to the correct supplier. You can modify that in the inventory item's information page.

Next, you need to select the delivery date for the order

Supplier's delivery information & specifications can be found or modified in the supplier's information page

You can select the category & sub-category filters to search for the items quicker.

Add Items

To add an item to your order, simply click on it, select the amount you wish to order and then click confirm. It will automatically give you the next item in line.

Verify and Confirm

Once you are done, head over to the ordered tab for final verification of your order.

To send the order, check out our article that will tell you all about it !

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