Free iOS App “Share Purchase Orders” Unleashed’s new iOS app is called “Share Purchase Orders” and that is exactly what it does. An automated purchase order system, created for small to medium sized businesses with multiple suppliers. This unique iOS app is now available on iOS App Store completely free, forever. It’s simple, user-friendly and useful to all iPhone users.

“Having used one of the leading ERP platforms for 11 years and the misery that comes with it, Rubberstamp is a real breath of fresh air!” — Head of Business Development, Ksubaka Ltd.

This new iOS app, aimed at super fast PO creation, has the following benefits:

  • Have control over your spend
  • Fully functional and never expires
  • Create Purchase Orders to send directly to suppliers in seconds
  • Save hours of time spent on administration
  • Be sure you are not over-paying suppliers
  • Compatible with the purchase order suite
  • Guaranteed to pay for itself in hours (even if it is FREE) is the fastest way to sort out your company’s wasted spend with the least amount of effort. You can get your whole team on board within hours and access fantastic features to suit all your purchasing needs.

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With, you can load suppliers & products and view your PO history on demand. It’s customizable so you can capture info important to your company. The share button allows you to share your PO’s on any platform available on your iPhone. Purchase orders sent to suppliers, act as a purchasing contract between your company and the supplier.

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What our customers say:

“Easy to use and yes … even a little FUN!” — Yvonne Wong, Gravitational Marketing, Capterra review.

“Approvals go through faster, no papers to be lost, no fudging of dates by people who wait until the last minute! What’s not to like?” — CJ Jacob, Executive Assistant, Arkansas School for the Deaf

Download iOS App HERE

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Originally posted: By Innocent Dollar on Mar 03, 2017

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