Adding a New Supplier

Updated 2 months ago

Adding new suppliers to ATUM is as easy as adding any post to WordPress.

  • In WordPress, go to ATUM Inventory > Suppliers.

  • Click Add New Supplier.

  • Enter the supplier title.

  • Enter details for the supplier in the Supplier Details section:

  1. Supplier Code: A short version of the supplier’s name.

  2. Tax/VAT Number: The tax number for the supplier.

  3. Phone Number: The telephone number of the supplier.

  4. Fax Number: The fax number of the supplier.

  5. Website: The supplier’s website address.

  6. URL for Ordering: The link to the supplier’s ordering page.

  7. General Email Address: The main contact email address for the supplier.

  8. Email for Ordering: The email address used for ordering inventory from the supplier.

  9. Description: Any important information about the supplier.

  • Enter billing information for the supplier in the Billing Information section:

  1. Currency: Select the currency used by the supplier.

  2. Address: Enter the address of the supplier.

  3. City: Enter the city where the supplier is located.

  4. Country: Enter the country where the supplier is located.

  5. State: Enter the state where the supplier is located.

  6. Zip Code: Enter the postal code of the supplier.

 

  • Enter information in the Default Settings section:

  1. Assigned To: Select the contact at your company who will be notified when a purchase order for this supplier is created.

  2. Location: The location of the contact who is assigned to this supplier.

  3. Assigned To: Select the contact at your company who will be notified when a purchase order for this supplier is created.

  4. Discount: Enter the discount value of the supplier.

  5. Tax rate: Enter the tax rate value of the supplier.

  6. Lead time: The expected time it takes for the order to arrive with this supplier.

Please, note that all the above fields are optional. Just fill in those what you need.
  • Click Publish to save your supplier.
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