Request For Quotation-Portalby Softhealer Technologies https://www.softhealer.com
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Nowadays in a competitive market, several vendors sell the same products and everyone has their own price so it will difficult to manage multiple RFQ's at a time even in odoo there is no kind of feature where you can manage multiple requests for quotations in a single list. Currently in odoo vendor can see a purchase order, the vendor can't able to see RFQ this module provides the vendor to see RFQ, where the vendor can change the price from the portal or website for RFQ's. You can sort by RFQ by newest, name & total. You can sort filter purchase orders by all, request for quotation & sent. You can communicate in RFQ chatter.
Add note/comments in the RFQ (Request For Quotation).
Now updated bid with note/comments looks like below.
Also updated in the backend
The vendor can update a decimal value in the bid.
It shows an alert when you enter an invalid format.
The bid value is updated in the backend.
In my account select RFQ (Request For Quotation).
RFQ portal list view.
You can sort by RFQ by newest, name & total.
You can sort filter purchase orders by all, request for quotation & sent.
Here, we open RFQ, you can download the purchase quotation report using the download button & You can change the unit price.
You can edit the unit price from here after that press on the "Update Bid" button.
Now updated bid message looks like below.
Unit price changed in odoo backend.
After successfully bid updated, you can edit it from the "Edit Bid" button.
The bid is updated.
You can communicate in RFQ chatter.
You can communicate in RFQ chatter.
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