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A requisition is a formal request of something needed by the organization or business unit.
Each requisition includes the item/s needed and could have a preferred vendor and/or Price List.

This internal document notifies the purchasing department of items to order, their quantity and the time frame for its delivery as a consequence of:

It could be that the requester enters the supplier or not, but at the end of the day that is something to be decided by the purchasing department.


Any member of the organization or business unit can create requisitions and monitor them in this window.

Requisition header allows entering below data:

Besides, the system populates below data:


The requester can then move to the "Lines" tab to enter additional data.


Each requisition line is a product demand for a specific date.

Requisition "Lines" tab collects below demand data:

It is possible to enter as many requisitions lines as products demand.

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The last step is to register the "Requisition" as "Complete" by using the header button "Complete", then:

It is important to remark that "Requisitions" does not have any impact on:

Matched PO Lines

Once a requisition line has a purchase order line linked to it, the purchase order line information is shown in this tab.

To learn more about how to create a purchase order linked to a requisition, visit Manage Requisitions and Requisition To Order.

Full list of Requisition window fields and their descriptions is available in the Requisition Screen Reference.

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