A contract is a long-term framework agreement between a lender and a customer via pre-defined equipment or service over a period of time. There are two types of contracts: a delivery plan is a long-term framework agreement between the lender and the customer on pre-defined equipment or service obtained on pre-defined dates over a specified period. A delivery plan can be drawn up in two ways: the delivery plan is a long-term sales contract with the Kreditor, in which a creditor is required to provide equipment on pre-established terms. Details of the delivery date and the amount communicated to the creditor in the form of the delivery plan. Contract The contract is a draft contract, and they do not contain delivery dates for the equipment. Contract consists of two types: Step 2 – Indicate the delivery plan number. SA itself is considered in, and GR is made in reference to the command and in the number to use the SA number and use in the IR PO/Scheduling Convention NO. Then type in her number and do the IR against. A structure agreement can be of the following two types: The purchasing system supports the information of the requirement and the offer to help you create an order.
As with order requests, you can generate Pos yourself or generate the system automatically. Loan agreements and contracts (in the SAP system, types of long-term sales contracts) are also supported. Supplier selection is an important process in the procurement cycle. Creditors can be selected based on the bidding process. After pre-selecting a creditor, an organization enters into an agreement with the latter to provide certain items subject to certain conditions. When an agreement is reached, a formal contract is usually signed with the Kreditor. A framework agreement is therefore a long-term purchase agreement with a creditor. Step 2 – Include the name of the creditor, the type of contract, the purchase organization, the buying group and the factory with the date of the contract. The terms of a framework agreement apply up to a specified period of time and cover a certain pre-defined amount or value. The purchase component helps you identify potential sources of supply based on previous orders and existing longer-term purchase contracts. This speeds up the process of creating supply requirements (RFQs) that can be sent electronically to suppliers via SAP EDI.