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    Odoo Ecommerce New Product Requisition


    Think of a situation where a customer owns a business and he wants to expand your business by offering some new products. More precisely, Customer can expand your business by providing some modifications or an entirely new product. In addition, customers have a privilege to create a custom request for any product by simply filling custom product request form along with its image or file etc can be attached with the form. Moreover, the customer will receive the approval and cancellation mail automatically.

    Webkul’s “Odoo E-commerce New Product Requisition/ Odoo Purchase Requisition” allows you to easily request a product by simply filling a form along with the image or file of the product. Once the request is approved, a new product can be created for the purchase on the website.


    • Product catalog can be used to order any product in order to order that product.
    •  The mail notifications about the approval and cancellation of the Product Requisition are automatically sent to the customer.
    •  Admin has the right to create the product once the processing is done.
    •  The product link automatically appears in the Product requisition in the customer’s account once the request is processed.


    Product requisition is the document requested by the customer/ employee in order in order to purchase some quantity of goods and services from the purchasing department. This will help you to build the good catalog for the particular product.

    Jumping on to the workflow of the module.

    Website View

    The initial step is to generate the product requisition for a specific product. To generate the product requisition, simply click on “Request Product” button and fill all the relevant details like Product Name, Quantity, Description, Image.

    A notification will rise after requesting the product.

    In order to see all the requisition made by the customer, simply click on “My Requisition” button.

    Admin View

    Generally, the admin has all the rights. After getting the “Product Requisition”, admin can approve the “Request for Product” by clicking on “Approve” button.

    The status of the request has been chnaged to approved from draft.

    Create Product

    Admin has the right to create the product. Simply, click on “Create Product” button to create product of the request.

    A pop will arise in front of you asking you all the relevant details like Name, Type and Product Description and click on “Create”.

    Cancellation of a product

    In case the admin wants to cancel the request, he can simply click on the button “Cancel Product” which is next to the “Approve” button. Mention reason for the cancellation of the product an click on “Submit”.

    A pop-up will arise stating that you request has been canceled successfully.

    The gist of the module

    Product requisition is the request made to the purchasing department in order to purchase some lists of materials. Usually, this formal document works within the organization and needs approval from the purchasing department of the organization. E-commerce New Product Requisition is a module which allows the customer to create product requisition in order to procure certain lists of material.

    This was the detailed description of the blog. Your suggestions and feedback are valuable to us. So, please do not forget to write your valuable comment in the comment box mention below. To read more about website applications, click here

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    Current Product Version - 1.0.0

    Supported Framework Version - Odoo V11

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