Project Purchase Requisition extends the purchase requisition functionality in Dynamics GP 2016 to allow users to specify a Project Number and a Cost Category ID in a Purchase Requisition. This is functionality that has never been available in Dynamics GP before.
Additionally this works with the workflow mechanism already part of the product. Unfortunately, from a workflow standpoint, the only Project Accounting related fields are Project Number and a Cost Category ID. Other fields like Project Mgr ID, Business Mgr ID, or Department are disappointingly missing.
This is what the Purchase Requisition screen looks like with the Project Accounting fields activated:
A Project Purchase Requisition can include multiple Project Numbers and Cost Category ID’s, as well as multiple vendors and currencies. Here is a screen shot with multiple items, vendors, and currencies:
Once the Project Purchase Requisition is completed and approved, it can easily generate one or more purchase orders. The Purchase Orders will then show up as commited costs on the project.
Here is a quick video that shows this functionality in action: