Procurify has three buckets for classifying spend. Pending spend, Approved spend, and Purchased spend.
As Requests are submitted, the Pending spend reflected within the Budgets Spend Pipeline increases. This is the first bucket within the Spend Pipeline.
When a Request is approved, the Pending spend is converted into Approved spend, as we move into the second bucket of the Spend Pipeline.
The Committed amount is a combination of the Purchased spend, as well as the Approved spend. Therefore, the Committed amount will also update as Requests are approved.
We can see that for account code 3000, $35,000.00 of the Pending spend has become Approved spend, and is also reflected within the Committed amount.
After approved items are added to a Purchase Order, Approved spend becomes Purchased. We can now see that there is $15,000.00 of Purchased spend, and the Approved spend reflects the $20,000.00 that has been approved, but not yet purchased.
For both of the "Approved Spend" and "Purchased Spend" examples, we can see that the total amount Committed to the Budget is the same, and both are sitting at $35,000.00 / $84,000.00.