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Re: Purchase Requisition Process

Camptocamp SA, Joël Grand-Guillaume
- 05/08/2015 08:19:58
Dear Jodri,

There is I think something that may interest you, but that's a whole lot of module made for NGO's (the big project I'm working on for 2 years now).

You can find them here :

Also another interesting module is for better CBA process (which I'm not sure it is what oyu want, but still interesting) :

In the vertical NGO addons, you'll need to install the logistic_requisition and his dependencies. It's a set of module where you can:

 * Record request from requester called "Logistic Requisition" (for need of services, product or whatever).
 * Source them with various way : On Stock, On framework agreement, On Tender
 * Once source, you create a draft SO (cost estimate) to submit to the requester for approval
 * If accepted, the sourcing done above will be trigged and the required document will be generated (PO based on FA, PO based on Framework agreement, Warehouse dispatch,..)

It's a very short summary of what we've done (as it's a huge project), but I think it really cover the use case you described.

Let me know, but I think I may have to show you those modules to have a better explanation. I don't know if they can fit your needs, but I have the feeling that it may work perfectly. If not, I'm really interested in developing a module compatible with "purchase_requisition_bid_selection" in any case, so I can even imagine contributing financially in order to achieve that. Please let me know.

Best regards,


On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 9:47 AM, Jordi Ballester Alomar <> wrote:
Hello Community,

I'm in need of Purchase Requisition process as Wikipedia defines it ( 

What I'm finding is that the current "purchase_requisition" module is more oriented towards organizing a bid for a predefined set of products. 1 Bid translate to 1:N PO's.

But what I'm looking for is a model where users can request the procurement of materials or services to the purchasing department, and this department can then decide to group various Requisitions to initiate a single purchase (or even a bid that would complete a number of user requisitions).

That is, a model where N Purchase Requisitions can translate to 1:M Purchase Orders.

Before we start the work to develop the modules to fulfill this need, I'd like to double check with others to see if there's consensus about the Purchase Requsition process.



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