Creating an order consists of listing the products you want to order from a given supplier, those with which you work within the establishment. A newly created order is therefore in the "preparation" status and can be edited as long as it has not been sent.
There are several methods of creating orders, depending on how the establishment operates:
To be ordered from a supplier, an item must have purchase information allowing the recipient supplier to identify the exact reference of the product and deliver it in the packaging expected by the establishment.
To do this, go to the "purchase information" section of the article page, then add a purchase cost .
Orders are accessible in the Supplier orders tab of the main menu
The drop-down title in the header displays Orders View by default .
To create a new order:
A created order has the status "in preparation" as long as it is not sent. It thus remains editable until its transmission to the supplier.
On melba, it is possible to add a comment to each order. This functionality is useful for anchoring specific information and storing it. For example, in the context of the use of melba by multiple people within an establishment, the comments make it possible to transmit information relating to the order.
To add a comment to an order: