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Purchase order (PO) Delivery statuses
Purchase order (PO) Delivery statuses

Track PO delivery statuses in Katana, from Not Received to Received, to manage inventory.

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Written by Dayvid Lorbiecke
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Understanding PO) delivery statuses in Katana is crucial for effective inventory management. The statuses range from 'Not Received' to 'Received', each indicating different stages of the delivery process. This article outlines how to manually update these statuses and their impact on inventory, helping users manage and track stock as it moves through various phases of receipt

Each purchase order (PO) has a Delivery status that can be manually changed. Statuses trigger specific movements in stock and help monitor items' deliveries to your warehouse.

Statuses

Highlights the different delivery statuses for purchase orders
  • Not received: this means that the relevant items have not yet arrived at your warehouse and are in an Expected status.

  • Partially received: To mark a PO as Partially received, click on the Delivery status, select Receive some..., select the items to receive, and choose Receive selected. This status means that some of the items on the PO have been received and added to stock, while other items are Expected.

  • Received: Mark the PO as Received when all items have arrived in your warehouse. After marking a PO Received, the items are added to In stock, and the Expected quantity is decreased.

You can revert a Received PO by changing the status back to Not received. The relevant items will be eliminated from In stock and added back to Expected quantities in the Inventory tab.


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