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New SupplyOn features developed in Program Increment (PI) 2023-01

Find the biggest innovations in the different SupplyOn solutions here.
Find the biggest innovations in the different SupplyOn solutions here.

Our development teams have been working at full power over the past three months. Check out the results in the areas of Visibility & Analytics, Supply Chain Collaboration, Invoicing and AirSupply:


Visibility & Analytics

At the end of the latest development phase, we are introducing new options in the Product Footprint solution: From now on, it includes a comment function that facilitates the collaboration on the platform. Added to this is the new “Create parts” function. This allows the user to easily create the parts that are not existing in the list of parts.


Supply Chain Collaboration

Fresh breeze also in the area of Supply Chain Collaboration. New, modern user interfaces now offer even faster orientation in the following overviews:

  • Orders and Line Items Overview (new: streamlined way to confirm orders)
  • Kanban
  • Goods Receipt
  • Due Deliveries

For shipping notifications, there is now the possibility to prevent early creation of ASNs, as well as to reduce the manual effort required to maintain the smallest packing unit.

The new “Issue Center” functionality shows where a user needs to take action to ensure a smooth business process. In the first step, inconsistencies in the delivery forecast process are provided.



In many Chinese regions, an additional option for creating Fapiaos (domestic Chinese invoices) using the Golden Tax System has now been established. The so-called “Fully Digitalized e-Fapiao” is currently in pilot phase. Suppliers located in these regions might be obliged to use Fully Digitalized e-Fapiao instead of traditional paperbound Fapiao.

Invoicing now supports the necessary download format in addition to the known transfer options. All other steps in the Golden Tax workflow remain unchanged.



The new Repair Order process in AirSupply allows customers to place repair orders for suppliers. This new process is based on the existing order process, but supports some specifics of repair processing:

  • The customer can inform the supplier of the date of dispatch and the expected date of arrival.
  • The supplier or repair center confirms receipt of the parts and, after evaluation, can upload a cost estimate in AirSupply, which is immediately sent to the customer.
  • The supplier specifies the expected repair duration and costs. This allows the customer to schedule and agree on the date and price with the supplier – all steps can be carried out  seamlessly in AirSupply.


Did you like the features presented? Stay tuned to find out what enhancements our development teams will introduce in the coming months.

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