Requisition’s Master Data Management feature provides centralized management of supplier and vendor information, comprehensive item catalogs, and accurate price lists. By seamlessly integrating with your existing systems, it facilitates efficient data synchronization and eliminates the challenges associated with data inconsistency. Simplify and enhance your procurement operations with eRequisition’s Master Data Management.
Our innovative master data management feature empowers your business with efficient bi-directional synchronization capabilities between eRequisition and QuickBooks & NetSuite.
You no longer need to worry about inconsistent vendor data between the eRequisition and your ERP system. Any changes made to a vendor’s data in either platform will automatically update the data in QuickBooks or NetSuite.
Keep customer data between the platforms, such as updated contact details, newly added customers, or modifications to existing information. Data changes are made bi-directionally synchronized to keep everything up to date in both systems.
Adding or modifying product information on either platform will be reflected in the other platform. This seamless synchronization eliminates discrepancies and helps you have an accurate and consistent view of products across platforms.
Synchronize your GL accounts bi-directionally for accurate and seamless financial operations. Any changes made in eRequisition will be automatically updated in QuickBooks & NetSuite, ensuring transparent financial reporting.
Keeping your data organized and categorized is easy with class synchronization. Any modifications to class definitions in eRequisition or QuickBooks will be synchronized bi-directionally for consistent tracking.
Synchronize your purchase orders from eRequisition to QuickBooks & NetSuite for proper purchase management. This synchronization ensures that financial reports are updated without manual data entry.
Receiving information from eRequisition is synchronized to QuickBooks & NetSuite for classic 3-way match of PO, Purchasing invoice, and receiving.