Control Procurement with Purchase Orders 

Create a fast, standardized, and transparent process to purchase goods and services for your real estate business.

Using the Nexus AP platform, you can create electronic POs and then route them to approvers in seconds. Or, setup workflows that allow POs to be auto approved if they match certain criteria. With both, you gain complete control over the purchase process.

With purchase orders, you can require approvals on purchases before they're made.
Build purchase orders and route for approval with a few clicks. Then, deliver them to suppliers electronically via Nexus.

Create Electronic Purchase Orders

Build electronic purchase orders quickly, using custom templates, your online vendor catalogs, or create your own POs on the fly.

Route the POs for approval(s) – with just a click. Once you have the greenlight, deliver the POs to your vendors, using the Nexus platform. It’s that simple.

Away from your desk? Approve, reject, and search Purchase Orders from your mobile device

View Any Budget Variance Before Making Purchase

Thanks to integration with your accounting system, you’ll have near real-time visibility into how the purchase order affects your budget and actuals.

Keep any budget overage notes attached to the related purchase order

Your existing GL/ERP remains the system of record with Nexus purchase order automation.

Analyze purchases alongside your budget and actuals so you always know where you stand.

Flip to an Invoice

Working with the Nexus Invoicing module, the PO can be seamlessly flipped into an invoice.

Data such as vendor, price, quantity, and items ordered will all be auto populated, and sent to your GL/ERP.

Once your supplier has approved a PO, automatically transfer that data onto an invoice and avoid additional data entry.

Save Time and Keystrokes with Purchase Order Automation

POs can be easily leveraged by the Invoicing and Catalog components to eliminate double data entry and increase accuracy.

Create a Manual Invoice – Incorporate PO

Create an invoice manually and link to a PO. When you select the PO, line items are pulled into the invoice.

Keep a PO Open

Open a PO and convert it into an invoice. Select the line items to be paid by the invoice. Keep the PO open for outstanding goods/services.

Catalog Ordering

Place an order with Catalog and convert that into a purchase order. Send PO to the vendor through the Nexus platform. Vendor sends invoice – linked to original PO.

View Your POs in One Glance

See open, rejected, and pending purchase orders with the click of a button.

Plus, search POs by vendor, keyword, or other filters.

View all purchase orders in one dashboard.

Gain Efficiencies and Oversight

Reduce Errors and Fraud – Keep your staff accountable by requiring easy-to-use processes for making purchases.

Reign in Maverick Spend – Eliminate after-the-fact invoices and set up controls and workflows to make sure purchase orders follow procedures.

Align with Budgets – Stay within budgets or at least know when there are variances. Track delivered goods against purchase orders.

Get the purchasing insight you need for better planning and control.

“Before using Nexus Purchase Orders and Catalog, the spending was maintained on a spreadsheet and there was no real workflow if you will. Now that’s built into the system so when somebody tries to order something, the system knows ‘OK, this person is either not allowed to order that or, if they do order or try to order that stuff, it’s going to go to the next level’, depending on what we’ve set within Nexus. I would really recommend to companies that aren’t using Purchase Orders and/or the Catalog, to use both. It’s a win-win.”


Richard Bonney
IT Director
R.A. Snyder Properties

2019-03-05T19:03:19+00:00

Richard Bonney
IT Director
R.A. Snyder Properties

“Before using Nexus Purchase Orders and Catalog, the spending was maintained on a spreadsheet and there was no real workflow if you will. Now that’s built into the system so when somebody tries to order something, the system knows ‘OK, this person is either not allowed to order that or, if they do order or try to order that stuff, it’s going to go to the next level’, depending on what we’ve set within Nexus. I would really recommend to companies that aren’t using Purchase Orders and/or the Catalog, to use both. It’s a win-win.”