I know what you’re thinking – “didn’t they just release an update?” YES WE DID! But we’re back with more gifts for our users already. We also have some top-secret projects that our CDO Jabis Sevon is working on in the background that we can wait to share with you all. Speaking of Jabis, he will be thrust into the spotlight in our upcoming elevator interview, released next week.
In the meantime here’s a list of all the new features, improvements, and fixes for this month!
To ensure that all relevant data can be added and shared between customers and suppliers for the receipt and delivery of goods, it’s now possible to add multiple addresses for your company and for your counterparty.
You can add new delivery addresses for your company by navigating to your company settings page, scrolling down to the delivery addresses section and pressing create new.
You can also add missing addresses for your customers and suppliers by searching for their company, scrolling down their company page to the delivery address section, and adding a new delivery address.
As the owner or responsible person of a transaction, you now have increased abilities to delete RFQs, Quotes, Orders, and Shipments. More information can be found in the user manual.
If you have multiple pricelists for the same customer or supplier with different currencies, the data from the pricelist with the highest weight will be chosen for a specific part.
To ensure it is easy to find pricelists simply use the option to filter based on either customer or supplier.
Automation of data added for a new revision with description and weight. New revisions will have their historical data reset. Tabs in the history section now display a number to show how many POs, SOs, Shipments, Receipts, AR Invoices, AP invoices, Nonconformities and notes there are associated with the product. When adding a part to an order the newest revision will appear highest in the list. When adding or reviewing a note you can navigate back into the product from the “Open Product” button. You can now drag and drop attachments into the product page.
After sending RFQs to suppliers you can individually set the status for each supplier dependent on the current situation.
You can set the RFQ status to – draft, sent, awaiting supplier quotations, calculations, supplier quotations analysis, quotations sent to client, approved and closed, or project rejected.
As stated above you can manually set the status of an RFQ. Currently, there is automation of status change when the RFQ is sent and now when the RFQ is quoted.
Include multiple nonconformities for multiple parts in an RFQ that you send to a supplier.
RFQ on behalf of the customer – The currency selected when creating an RFQ on behalf of a customer follows from RFQ to quote automatically.
From your user settings, you can now set your default portal to either customer or supplier portal. This means the location where you will land once logging into AirFaas as well as when selecting RFQ, quotes, order, and nonconformity pages.
In case you want to reset a warehouse bin you can now delete all the parts.
Customer RFQ Project – If a supplier has digitalized an RFQ on behalf of your company you can create a project from that RFQ and centralize all following data.
Nonconformity reporting – Open nonconformity from customers values added
Specification – When creating a specification you can no longer save with lines that have no data entered. Either delete the blank lines or add a part to save the specification.