There are several types of invoices available in OASIS. These include commissioned, vendor, customer, deposit, and combined resell invoices.
These invoices are applied to existing commission orders, and they are used to identify the value of the material that has shipped. Commission and overage are estimated from the lines identified on the order as "shipped." Commission (and overage) are also estimated an average commission rate for the order if a lot invoice is applied.
These invoices are applied to existing vendor orders, and they are used to identify the cost of the material that has shipped. Items and costs are used by the customer invoice to bill the customer for shipped material at the sell price. The sell price is auto-calculated as a ration of the invoiced cost to the original vendor cost. Note: for this reason, it is recommended that any accepted change in value from the vendor be recorded in the order.
These invoices identify the items and sell price being billed to the customer. The customer invoice may be created before or after the vendor invoice is created. Additionally, customer invoice entry may be created for multiple vendor items.
These are specialized customer invoices. OASIS functions to separate the numbers in the invoice as the deposit value is later withheld as the material ships. This helps to guard against over-billing.
Combined Resell Invoices
These invoices are all-in-one invoices that allow users to track both the customer and vendor side of the transaction at one time. Note: users can only invoice for items ordered from that vendor.