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The Benefits of a Purchase Order Tracking Process

By CME on May 13, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Purchasing a single capital equipment item is usually a pretty straight forward process.  The purchasing department prepares a purchase order, sends it off to the manufacturer or selected distributor and then waits for the item to be received.  However, when multiple items are being ordered from different vendors for a time sensitive, mid-sized to large construction project, a specified purchase order tracking process may be required so things don't get lost or fall through the cracks.

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Items That Should Be Remembered in Your Capital Purchasing Order

By CME on Apr 29, 2015 11:00:00 AM

It is not uncommon for procurement managers and buyers to become so focused on the large capital equipment items for their purchasing orders, that they overlook important supportive pieces that are required to make them functional.  These pieces may include consumables and accessory items that will ensure the operational readiness of the large capital items.

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The People Who Should be Involved in Purchasing Capital Equipment

By CME on Dec 8, 2014 11:41:51 AM

A basic definition of capital equipment is, “an asset whose acquisition cost exceeds a certain amount.”  This “set amount” will depend on the company and the term can be adjusted to capture the needs of the buyer.  To qualify as capital equipment, the asset must have a lifespan of more than one year and will be expected to play a key role in production or any other area of business.

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CME's Purchase Order Tracking Process

By CME on Jul 30, 2014 10:48:23 AM

When working with multiple vendors in supply chain management you are faced with multiple approaches to delivery.  This means that in the case of a large order for a new clinic, clinic renovation or new department, you may be in a position to lose sight of arrivals and even lose equipment and smaller sundry orders with so much tracking required. However, if you take advantage of working with a hospital distribution company you will be dealing with one or two orders coming from one central warehouse making it far easier to schedule your deliveries.

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