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Overview of requisitions

Requisitions are the documents you raise when you want to order supplies through catalog360. When you raise a requisition, it is sent to those whose job it is to approve the expenditure and, assuming it get's approved, becomes a purchase order for the items or services for the supplier or suppliers.

One of the most important aspects of catalog360 requisitions it the way in which you can easily make sure the things you buy are 'on contract'. This means you get the best deals that have been set up for you, often saving money compared to buying items or services outside agreed contracts.

To encourage you to use the buying contract deals, catalog360 shows you the deals available when you're searching the catalogs and highlights which items or services have been agreed through contracts.

There are various ways in which you can find the things you want to request. Follow the topic links for information about how to search for what you want and create a requisition document.

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Tip:

As well as the links to more requisition topics below, you can also find tutorial videos at our catalog360 online learning centre here: http://learn.catalog360.com/courses/

Creating and processing requisitions

Using categories to find items for your request

Searching for items and services for your request

Using the Refine by options to filter a search list

Searching from the requisition lines

Finding recently bought items to add to your requisition

Finding favourite (starred) items to add to your requisition

Using bar codes for requisition lines

Scanning an item or entering a bar code

Downloading a scanning sheet

Viewing the details of your draft request

Adding messages to your request

Updating shipping and billing addresses for your request

Submitting a request

Approval of requests

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