Data Model – Orders and Framework Agreements In value contracts, the quantity of items is often secondary because the total value of the contract matters. For example, a “facility management” contract of 1,000,000 euros could be concluded with a supplier. This includes the three building cleaning, repair and disposal items. In this case, individual quantities can be attributed in a much less concrete way and an overall structure is more judicious. Another example would be office equipment (pens, post-it notebooks), too “singular” in individual articles to be punished in a framework agreement. Now it`s becoming exciting (at least for data analysts): framework agreements such as quantity contracts, value contracts and delivery plans are not stored in their own tables, but also in the EKKO and EKPO tables. So don`t get confused by names or take them too literally. A framework purchase contract consists of the following: The delivery contract is a long-term sales contract with the Kreditor, in which a creditor is required to supply equipment on pre-established terms. Details of the delivery date and the amount communicated to the creditor in the form of the delivery plan. Here are the different delivery dates for the equipment, which, for the total quantity mentioned in the Me31L A delivery contract, 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 period of time. A delivery plan can be drawn up in two ways: A contract is a long-term framework agreement between a borrower and a customer via pre-defined equipment or service over a period of time.
There are two types of contracts – supplier selection is an important process in the buying 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. Now that we have discovered where the framework agreements are kept as data — in tables where you really think the “standard” orders — and how to identify them — by document type and by document type — we should now look at some aspects of the process.