Merging Purchase Orders

TackleShackTackleShack Member Posts: 2
edited January 18 in Feedback

We have two retail locations and would like to be able to merge purchase orders when we are placing an order from both locations to the same vendor. Currently we have to print the purchase order from one store and then add those items to the other store's purchase order. In some cases, this can be over 100 items and very time consuming. But has to be done to save on shipping costs and get bulk pricing (verses sending two separate orders).

Post edited by VD_LS on

5 comments

  • shoehnshoehn Member Posts: 55 ✭

    @TackleShack this is a great idea, and something that we would make use of as well. Hopefully someone at Lightspeed is watching these threads and can add this to a todo list somewhere.

  • VD_LSVD_LS Administrator, Moderator, Lightspeed Staff Posts: 796 moderator

    Hey @TackleShack

    I've forwarded this thread to our feedback forum for it to be considered as a merchant-requested feature enahancement!

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    All the best!

    Vanessa

    Lightspeed Retail Support

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  • TackleShackTackleShack Member Posts: 2

    Thank you! Please keep me posted.

  • emacgeeemacgee Member Posts: 63 

    Hi @TackleShack , have you all considered exporting both POs to a sheet and combining the sheet into a single file that is then imported into a new PO? This would take 1-2 minutes at most and would essentially accomplish what you're looking to do. A thought.

  • dankrondankron Member Posts: 11

    That would be awesome, more often than not we get 1 invoice for multiple purchase orders and it's an incredible pain to receive that stock, having to calculate taxes and shipping across 4 PO.

    You can merge pretty much everything in this system, from products to customers and all, why can't we just merge purchase orders?

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