The order number is the unique number that an order receives, it is automatically generated.
The selected customer for which the order is intended.
A contact person within the customer's company who will receive the items on the order. This field is not mandatory, but recommended to use.
The address where the items are to be delivered. If no address is selected, the default address is selected from the customer data. This is also the billing address. It is therefore not necessary to create additional addresses for companies where only one address is known.
A reference for the customer, for example a serial number or a project number for the administrative processing at the customer.
The indication of the status of the order. This field cannot be changed manually.
The date when the order was made.
This field is the time of sending, usually a date. The Send field initially changes automatically after the Invoice start field changes and depends on the delivery time set on a shipping method or a customer card. The field that is filled in on the order headline is a suggestion that is copied when placing articles on the order. This field affects the inventory of the items. The stock is deducted when the items are shipped.
Invoice start date
This field is the moment when the invoicing of articles starts. This can deviate due to, for example, delivery / transport time. The field that is filled in on the order headline is a suggestion that is copied when placing articles on the order. The invoice start date is therefore adjustable per item.
Invoice end date
This field is when the invoicing of items ends. This can also deviate due to, for example, delivery / transport time for return. The field that is filled in on the order headline is a suggestion that is copied when placing articles on the order. The invoice end date is therefore adjustable per item.
This field is the moment when the items will be returned to the warehouse. Depending on the delivery / transport time, it is also good to see when the items are returned. This field also affects the inventory of the items. After the moment of return, the items are back in stock in the warehouse. The field that is filled in at the head of the order is a suggestion that is copied when placing articles on the order.
The delivery condition that is set during the order creation in agreement with the customer. How does the customer want the delivery to take place?
If the order was created from a quotation, this field shows you from which quotation.
The user who created this order.
The user who last edited the order.
Discount or Surcharge % on a new line
Discount or surcharge percentage on the prices of the items that are put on the order. A positive value is a surcharge (S) on the standard price and a negative value (D) is a discount on the standard price.
Period on new line
The period used for the price / unit field on each item placed on the order.
Ignore price agreements
If no standard discount may be charged for this order, check this box.
Number of days between invoices
The Number of days between invoices
indicates when the order appears in the invoicing overview. After the order has been invoiced, the order will only return to the billing overview after it has been closed, or after the number of days of this setting has been reached. When manually creating an order, this value is copied from the customer settings. This setting can be adjusted per customer and system-wide.
The payment method to be used on this order. When manually creating an order, this value is copied from the customer settings. This information will also be copied at a later stage during the creation of an invoice.
The warehouse where this order was created.