Purchasing glossary


Are you unfamiliar with all the terms, acronyms and expressions used in the world of purchasing?

Our Purchasing Glossary has been designed to simplify the sometimes complex terms used in the world of purchasing, making it easier to understand this technical language.

In this glossary you will find :

💡 Clear, precise definitions

💡 In-depth explanations for optimum understanding.

💡 Frequent updates to stay ahead of the curve.

Purchasing glossary

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Bill Of Material (BOM)
Nomenclature in French, designates all the elements (components) that make up a finished product. For example, the BOM of a car would be the list of all its components.

Purchase Order (PO)
Document managed by a supplier, enabling orders (volumes) of products to be placed in accordance with the terms of a contract.
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