SAP's Mordechai (Moty) Moshin published a helpful blog post detailing how to use Request for Promotion (RFQ) with SAP Business One. In the blog, Moty provides an overview of RFQ and outlines how you install, configure, activate, and test this process.
Complete with screenshots and an video tutorial, we recommend that you read the blog to learn more about RFQ capabilities with SAP Business One.
What is RFQ?
From the blog:
SAP Business One users can send purchase quotations to business partners electronically. The process of sending requests and gathering purchase quotations is part of SAP Business One using the integration framework in a process called request for quotation (RFQ). This process allows SAP Business One users to automatically generate a Web-based quotation submission form, which the integration framework server hosts. Business partners, who receive an e-mail that contains a link to the quotation submission form, can directly submit their offers to the buyer and the data in SAP Business One is updated accordingly.
Embedded in the blog is a video tutorial Moty published to the SAP Business North America YouTube channel in December 2017. This short video outlines the main RFQ flow, whereas you can read the blog post for screenshots and instructions on how to install, configure, activate, and test.
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