How can we help?
Purchase Orders Overview (Stitch Classic)
Note: This article applies only to Stitch Classic. If you're using our latest version, please refer to the corresponding Stitch X article.
- Video Walkthrough
- Plan Purchases
- Export PO Documents
- Track Stock Receipts
- Automate Reordering
- Manage Vendor Relationships
Use the Draft status to prepare a PO without affecting awaiting stock. Use Date of PO and Expected By to communicate details with your team and report against future receipts.
See Create a Purchase Order for a step-by-step walkthrough.
Tip: If you've integrated Quickbooks Online, you can automatically raise a bill in QBO when you move your Stitch PO into the open status.weighted average cost, which Stitch uses to calculate margin.
You can receive purchases in whole or part, noting whether unreceived units are on backorder. With Master of Stock, Stitch will automatically push new available units out to your channel(s).
See Receive a Purchase Order for more detail. Supplier Variant Associations to add line items (including supplier part numbers, unit cost, and reorder quantities) in just a few clicks. dropshipping rules, and store reordering details.
Use the Supplier Scorecard report (Reports > PO Reports > Supplier Scorecard) to track short shipments, average lead time, on-time rate, and other performance metrics.