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Chase/Delay/Not Required

Polish translation: zaległe/opóźnione/niewymagane

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19:25 Feb 10, 2012
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Science - Manufacturing
English term or phrase: Chase/Delay/Not Required
PPP204 – Chase/Delay/Not required Purchase Orders
This module will allow orders for a supplier to be delayed, cancelled or amended as recommended from the requirements plan. Orders that are required at a later date than previously arranged are considered a delay, chase orders are those deemed overdue. The module is used in conjunction with PPP304. Orders that appear in this module are deemed to be those that cannot be automatically updated through module PPP206 as communication with the supplier may well be needed because actions fall within the specified lead time of the part or the order needs canceling.

PPP303 – Manufacturing - Chase/Delay/Not Required
This report will detail current works orders where the previous date requires amending to a future date or the order requires canceling.

PPP304 – Purchase - Chase/Delay/Not Required
Operates in the same manner as PPP303 but detailing Purchase Orders.
Local time: 05:26
Polish translation:zaległe/opóźnione/niewymagane
lub wstrzymane zamiast opóźnione
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chase/delay/not required

lub wstrzymane zamiast opóźnione

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