The purchase order for one firm is the source document for the sales order of another firm. Consider the following purchase order and sales order data elements stored for two firms. Discuss any differences that may be problematic in transferring information between the two firms. Purchasing Firm: GH BETTIS A Division of Galveston-Houston Corp. 1200 Post Oak Blvd. P.O. Box 4768 Houston, TX 77637-9877 Data Elements: Vendor Number Vendor Name Vendor Address Vendor City Vendor State Vendor Country Vendor Zip Code Purchase Order No. Date Shipment Destination Code Vendor Part No. Item Description Quantity Ordered Unit Price Total Selling Firm: Oakland Steel Company 469 Lakeland Blvd. Chicago, IL 60613-8888 Data Elements: Customer Number Customer Name Customer Address Customer City Customer State Customer Country Customer Zip Code Purchase Order No. Sales Order No. Date Shipping Company Vendor Part No. Item Description Quantity Ordered Unit Price Total Discount Offered Tax Freight Charges

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Chapter 12, Problem 6P
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The purchase order for one firm is the source document for the sales order of another firm. Consider the following purchase order and sales order data elements stored for two firms. Discuss any differences that may be problematic in transferring information between the two firms.

Purchasing Firm:

GH BETTIS

A Division of Galveston-Houston Corp.

1200 Post Oak Blvd.

P.O. Box 4768

Houston, TX 77637-9877

Data Elements:

Vendor Number

Vendor Name

Vendor Address

Vendor City

Vendor State

Vendor Country

Vendor Zip Code

Purchase Order No.

Date

Shipment Destination Code

Vendor Part No.

Item Description

Quantity Ordered

Unit Price

Total

Selling Firm:

Oakland Steel Company

469 Lakeland Blvd.

Chicago, IL 60613-8888

Data Elements:

Customer Number

Customer Name

Customer Address

Customer City

Customer State

Customer Country

Customer Zip Code

Purchase Order No.

Sales Order No.

Date

Shipping Company

Vendor Part No.

Item Description

Quantity Ordered

Unit Price

Total

Discount Offered

Tax

Freight Charges

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