Contract The contract is a decision of a contract that does not contain a delivery date for the material. The contract consists of two types: Step 2 – Indicate the number of the delivery plan. The main points to consider in the context of a framework contract are the following Since the delivery plan contains the dates and quantities of delivery, deliveries are established on the basis of the delivery volume. Let`s first see the delivery details in the delivery plan: Delivery details in the delivery plan The purchasing system takes the information from the requirement and offer to help you fulfill an order. As with order requests, you can generate pods yourself or have them generated automatically by the system. Suppliers` delivery plans and contracts (types of longer-term sales contracts in the SAP system) are also supported. Since a delivery plan is a legally valid document, the system asks you to record validity dates: you can see here that no value has been updated in the Net worth field in the head of the delivery plan: net worth is zero Please note that each box with a “checkmark” means that it is mandatory and must be completed, otherwise the SAP system does not allow you: to go further. To choose a delivery plan type, press F4 in the appropriate field and all LoVs (List of Values) are displayed with the available delivery schedule types. List of delivery plan types Step 2 – Indicate the supplier name, contract type, purchasing organization, purchasing group and factory with the date of the agreement. Press F5 to fill in the next missing field, if any.
Once all the required data is filled in, the system will take you to the main image of the delivery plan. When the document is complete, the SAP system displays the corresponding message accordingly:. The terms of a framework contract apply up to a specified period and cover a certain quantity or predefined value. The delivery plan is a long-term sales contract with the supplier, in which a supplier is required to supply material on pre-established terms.. . . .