Written by Fredrik Aderell
Thursday, 01 January 2009 15:38
There are several different ways of purchasing goods. But for business to business and professional purchasing it is very important that the purchase order is in writing and contain the information that could be needed to avoid disputes later on. After the acceptance from the seller of the purchase order, there is a contractual agreement between the buyer and the seller. That's also why it is so important that the acceptance should be confirmed by writing.
Basically a purchase order atleast should contain the following:
- The name of the seller
- The name of the purchaser
- Delivery address
- Invoice address
- Price and quantity of the product or products
- Delivery date
- Terms of payment
- Terms of delivery
Download free template of a purchase order (PO)
This purchase order template assist you when putting together the PO. It is a form that includes instructions and sample information. It will hopefully save you time and make sure that you do not forget anything. If you are uncertain of how to write, need an example or want to know what a purchase order is, then download and take a look. It is free!
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