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Once a currency is selected, the PO and its ship notices will display costs and totals in that currency code.
To convert PO unit costs into your default currency, Stitch multiplies the ship notice unit cost by the exchange rate you enter.
Note: Stitch stores converted costs for later use in reporting. While the selected currency's ISO 4217 currency code will update in-app, numeric values won't visibly change.
Aside from manually adding unit costs in-app while creating a PO, unit costs can be added three ways:
- Auto-filled with a variant's default supplier cost (recommended) or default PO cost entered and saved in-app.
- Auto-filled with default supplier cost entered and saved via the Supplier Association CSV.
- Auto-filled with PO-specific cost uploaded via the Import Purchase Order CSV.
For any of these, enter a variant's supplier cost as if it were in the preferred currency, keeping in mind that you'll still need to select the supplier's preferred currency in-app while working with the PO.
Adding cost in-app the variant's Suppliers tab or uploading via the Supplier Association CSV save a persistent supplier cost to the variant, but using the Import Purchase Order CSV sets only a one-time cost for the specific PO you're creating.