Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, requisitions.

Etymologies

requisition +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • You will be responsible for notifying the requisitioner that you have received these supplies.

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  • Each business unit has a designated requisitioner and we have a mainframe where they go online and place their order.

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  • "The requisitioner would fill out a pink piece of paper, walk around to get signatures, put it in interoffice mail and eventually we would mail a PO to the supplier," recalls Carolyn Burke, business support manager for Xerox Global Purchasing.

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  • Or the requisitioner would ignore the purchasing process altogether and write a check request.

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  • It's the third type of requisitioner that purchasing tries to discourage.

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  • In the remaining 20% of instances, the requisitioner has an idea of what he wants, but he may not know the item very well.

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  • In about 80% of instances, the requisitioner who can be considered "the buyer" has recurring orders.

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  • Allows requisitioner to place all requirements on a single requisition and route individual items accordingly.

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  • If the strategic supplier is not responsible for stocking an item ordered by a requisitioner, the supplier will send the order directly to a manufacturer.

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  • Receiving data is routed to the shipment module so items can be delivered to the initiating requisitioner.

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