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What is the difference between a Purchase Order (PO) and Sales Order?

Asked by: onlyforyou | Member Since Apr-2007 | Asked on: Apr 19th, 2007

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Answered On : May 10th, 2007

Sales order is which customer want or list of item's that customer want. It can be billable or non-billablePurchase order is order used for fufilled requisitions. i.e Get item's from supplier.

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Purchase order is a document which is sent to the supplier reffering the items which are required.salesorder is an approval document used by is given by the higher authority in suppliers  to the concerned person who suplies to the received purchase order

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Answered On : Sep 9th, 2010

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In business or commerce, an order is a stated intention, either spoken or written, to engage in a commercial transaction for specific products or services. From a buyer's point of view it expresses the intention to buy and is called a purchase order. From a seller's point of view it expresses the intention to sell and is referred to as a sales order. When the purchase order of the buyer and the sales order of the seller agree, the orders become a contract between the buyer and seller.

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