Request Submitted vs Request Completed Report

Created by Shubham Saxena, Modified on Mon, 19 Feb 2024 at 04:01 AM by Disha Munoth


The Request Submitted vs. Request Completed report serves as a valuable tool for gaining insights into the procurement dynamics within your organization. It not only sheds light on the frequency of procurement activities but also offers a comprehensive view of the extent to which procurement requests initiated during a given month have been successfully fulfilled.

By delving into the specifics of these procurement requests, this report grants you a deeper understanding of your procurement department's operations. It empowers you to assess whether your organization is excessively acquiring resources or remaining within predefined procurement boundaries.

Steps to get Request Submitted vs Request Completed Report

To get the report, follow the steps below.

1. Open the Reports tab from the Navigation menu

2. Once you've landed on the Reports page, the initial screen that appears will be the Buying Hub Reports. The navigation menu for accessing different reports is located on the left side of the screen. Within the Procurement Analysis section of the Buying Hub, you'll find a selection of various available reports. Locate and click on the "Request Submitted vs. Completed" report among them.

3. In the Report, you'll see the graph at the top, which will give you a month-on-month bifurcation of Request Submitted vs. Request Completed. The bottom table will list the details of all your Requests, their current status, requester details, etc. You can scroll horizontally and vertically to view more details.

4. You can also click on the Report name on either the table or the chart to view it in full screen. You can download this data from the right-top corner icon next to the full screen icon. 

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