|So many packing lists!|
Once there was a Mel who was at work.
She had many many bills to match up with their packing lists. Some bills and packing lists matched up perfectly. Some packing lists had no bills, and some bills had no packing lists. Those required separate investigation.
|Not 12! 11!|
didn't match. The bill was for 12 pieces of glass, but the packing list said Mel's company had only received 11 pieces of glass.
|Invoiced sizes - one of|
these things is not like
|Packing list sizes|
Plus, the bill said 4 of the pieces were 34" x 21.75", but the packing list said they were only 31.125" x 21.75"!
Mel had to make a phone call.
She called the vendor, who said Mel would have to talk to the person in Accounts about it. But the Accounts woman was out to lunch. They asked if Mel could call back in 15 minutes.
Mel said okay.
|Mel's Phone of Many Buttons|
The vendor asked Mel if she would leave a message for the Accounts woman, and Mel said okay.
So Mel left a message, quoting the invoice number and explaining that she needed to resolve a discrepancy with the packing list. The vendor said that the Accounts woman would call back that afternoon.
|All the bills waiting to be|
posted, missing their
comrade from the
So Mel still can't post the bill on the accounting system, which means the vendor is in danger of not getting paid for this bill on time. Oh, dear!
To Be Continued....