Pam,

When using vendor accept, I think, you should follow up the sts 10 orders and react to the supplier when not accepted within 2(?) days.
When items are coming in at order due date, for orders not yet accepted........ If they did not come in, you would have a much bigger problem.

We don't use VA, we send the orders by e-mail and on the mail server, the internet whizz kids can see what actions were taken, so if deleted or not yet read etc, we respond to that. For us that is working fine with our approved suppliers.

Kind Regards.

Lucas



Lucas Gehéniau
M.I.S. Supervisor

Tokheim Netherlands b.v. SEBU
Industrieweg 5
5531 AD Bladel
Netherlands







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From: MAPICS-L [mailto:mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Faggart, Pam
Sent: 13 January 2015 19:11
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Receive despite no VA

We have begun to use the "Require PO accept", but not all suppliers are consistently providing Vendor acknowledgements. Consequently we have delays in receiving since there is a restriction that POs cannot be received unless the VA has processed (PO no longer in status 10). Business has asked us to override this and allow receipt even when PO is in status 10. We are cautious to do this override since there must be valid reasons for this restriction to have been put into place.

What have others experienced when requiting PO acceptances? Are you proactive to process all VAs prior to receipt, reactive when it is time to receive, or implementing some other overrides to eliminate disruptions?

Pam Faggart

Senior Business Analyst

AGCO




Jackson, MN 56143












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