You can see the “Sold-To Party” and “Ship-To Party” fields at the top left of the screen, just below the contract field. A sold portion may have multiple parts shipped. If many Shipped parts are associated with a Sold-To partner, a dialog box appears on the contract screen. You select the appropriate delivery part to which the customer has asked you to ship the products. A quantity contract is concluded when the customer places an order against him during the term of the contract. However, they are automatically standard reference customers and reduce the quantity of the remaining contractual quantity of the product to be ordered under the contract. You can enter all the other necessary data of the quantity contract according to your needs and save them. There are two types of contracts: value and quantity. Contracts can include both goods and services. In principle, there are no restrictions on the different forms of contract. After entering the initial screen of the contract creation, you must select the corresponding contract type. Each type of contract has its own features and display depending on the configuration in the backend. The following master data is involved in creating a contract.
This master data retrieves the relevant information and fills in the relevant fields accordingly. A volume contract can only be used in Sana by B2B customers and sales representatives. For example, a quantity contract can be used when a customer places an order for 1000 units of a product and wants those products to be delivered in 250 units each week for the following month. On the Sales Contracts page of the Sana online store, a customer can see all the sales contracts (quantity contracts) available to them and place an order on the contract a customer has with the reseller. Please note that any field with a “checkmark” means that it is mandatory and must be filled in, otherwise you will not be able to continue. To choose the desired contract type, press F4 in the corresponding field and all LoV (List of Values) will be displayed. List of contract types Using SAP Fiori applications, expiring contracts can be easily processed and contracts can be better analyzed to determine execution rates. Further information on the use of quantity contracts can be found in the Sana online shop under “Purchase contracts”. Step 2 Enter the contract expiry date in the header data screen. Note: If you first populate your relevant sales organization, sales channel, and department, and then choose the appropriate contract type, LoVs display only the contract types that are relevant to the selected organization, channel, and sales department. After the contract issues are resolved, the user is returned to the incompleteness list and can continue to resolve the incompleteness issues. The customer executes a contract by placing sales orders with him.
These sales orders are called call commands. When such a call order is created, it must be created with reference to the contract so that the system automatically releases/reduces the contract quantity. Fill in contract validity dates, i.e. Valid from and valid until: Select validity dates using the Sales Contract Execution Rate calendar is a powerful SAP Fiori application that allows management to identify contract execution rates among sales organizations, customers, employees, and materials. The following example shows a completion rate of 61.13%. Press the button to view the header details in the contract. Contract Header In this SAP SD tutorial, we`ll talk about contracts in SAP Sales. You will learn what SAP SD contract documents are used for and how to create them. We provide screenshots and relevant guides for this process. A volume contract is an agreement whereby your customer orders a certain quantity of a product from you for a certain period of time. (If the customer provides delivery information, you can create a scheduling agreement instead.) The customer executes a contract by placing sales orders with him.
With SAP S/4HANA and SAP Fiori, users can easily find and analyze contracts within the system, which is useful for users and managers to better understand and process their contract pipeline. Users can also list contracts based on various selection criteria, including customer, hardware, controller, and validity period, using the Contract List app. . . .