Responsibility for obtaining proof of delivery from supplier

March 30, 2021

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Q. Who in your organization is responsible for obtaining Proof of Delivery (POD) from the supplier when product has not been received in by the due date of the invoice? Is it your AP team or your Procurement team? A. (Answered by the IOFM Advisory Panel) ----- It actually isn’t either team. It is the responsibility of the requester (buyer) to reach out to the company to request credit. However, if it is for our office supplies, which it normally is, the buyer can also have Procurement help them…

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