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October App Features & Update

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The product team and the development team worked on bug fixes, small improvements and custom work during October.

Our new feature Request for Quote (RFQ) was demonstrated to various audiences to get customer feedback and hone the features of RFQ V1.

If you’re interested in using the RFQ feature, do not hesitate to pick a time to chat here or ask your Support contact.

Releases for October

Version 2.1.20 (07/10/2021)


  • Company admins can archive suppliers in a Quickbooks Online connected company.
  • You can filter the invoice report on different invoice-related dates (Creation date, Issue date, Due date, Approved date, Settled date).
  • Company admins can default to a new PDF template that exports a purchase order with line items grouped by SKU and description. It offers a PDF with no budget distribution that can be sent to a supplier as is.

Bug fixes

  • QBO/Sage – Supplier addresses are now synched correctly for Quickbooks Online and Sage.
  • Purchase Order screen – The SKU is set to empty when the user selects product from a flexible product list and creates a purchase request – Corrected for the relevant company.
  • Mobile app – The name of the user who sent the PO to the supplier is present again in the history section.

Version 2.1.21 (21/10/2021)

Bug fixes

  • QBO – We now support suppliers with currencies different than the company currency in our integration with QuickBooks Online.
  • Global search – The gross amount displayed in the global search is the same as the gross amount displayed on the purchase order.
  • Mobile app – The last sign-in information is updated when you log in on the mobile app.
  • PDF – The “Grouped by SKU” PDF template has been amended to display columns based on their width.


If you have any questions, please contact our Support team via the online chat or using

Remember that you can also submit or upvote new features for our app on our feedback portal: It matters to us. 25% of all features submitted have made it into the app.

September App & Feature Updates

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Development in September continued on bug fixes, small improvements and custom work. The other focus was on implementing our new feature: Request for Quote (RFQ).

A first version of RFQ was released as part of version 2.1.19.

If you’re interested in finding out more about the RFQ feature, we’d like to hear from you, please pick a time to chat here or let the Success team know.

Tickets released

Version 2.1.18 (09/09/2021)

  • Support for .docx and .xlsx file formats for document upload and download.
  • Changed the message displayed for supplier approval for better clarity.
  • Paid POs showing up on the approved POs tab – Corrected.
  • PDF on the Purchase Order approved and attached email is automatically in Spanish – Corrected for English users.
  • Send to supplier using default template has the subject “default template” – Corrected the subject for clarity.
  • Make invoice reference a mandatory field – Configurable via Company Settings.
  • PO telling user that their is not a sufficient budget amount to approve a PO – Changed control on PO Amount.
  • PO telling user that their is not a sufficient budget amount when sending a Po for approval – Changed control on PO Amount.
  • [Show Invoice Screen] Clicking on the PO Number does not open the Show PO Screen for the PO selected – Corrected.

Version 2.1.19 (23/09/2021)

  • Request For Quote main feature – First release.
  • Addresses attributes for Integrations – Now supporting multi-line addresses in integrations (Quickbooks, Sage).
  • PO with negative line item the PO status does not show the PO has been paid – Corrected.

Purchase Orders, Invoices and Fraud

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At we’ve been saying that Purchase Orders (POs) prevent fraud for months. The conversation usually goes,

Potential customer: “So why should I buy your product?” “Well, Purchase Orders help to improve your financial controls, stop purchasing errors and help to combat fraud”

We know this to be true, it stands to reason doesn’t it? Improve your financial controls and you’ll improve your ability to spot fraud.

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