Contracts can describe the conditions to be used for all creditor orders within the validity of the contract. If you have z.B a one-year credit payment contract, all orders placed with that creditor during the year refer to the terms and conditions to ensure that everything remains in compliance with the contract itself. Realistically, at the end of the framework contract, the buyer would not buy at the expected amount agreed in the contract, say 80% of the request sent to the supplier. The buyer will also allow the supplier to sell the products in the contract in order to reduce the quantity. The supplier must also speak and inform the buyer of the quantities of the goods so that the buyer can know the status of the warehouse. Before the buyer hands over the order to the supplier, the buyer must first ask the supplier for the availability of the warehouse in order to avoid the problem of stock availability. The allocation of a framework order allows a customer to hold no more inventory at any time than necessary and avoids the administrative burden associated with processing more frequent orders, while favouring discounted prices due to volume commitments or price interruptions. On the supplier side, a framework contract can offer the advantage of ensuring day-to-day activity and helping suppliers better predict future cash flows and orders.  PurchaseControl facilitates the management of contracts and orders. A framework order, also known as a purchase or call framework agreement, is an order placed by a debtor with a supplier to allow multiple delivery dates over a generally negotiated period to use pre-defined prices. These are generally used when there are recurring needs for consumer goods. Ceiling orders are also legal documents that the supplier has accepted once, but do not eliminate the need for a formal contract with the supplier. This is due to the need for multiple orders, but orders and invoices are supported as necessary until the contract is completed or the end of the order period is reached.
Another important advantage is that call contracts are often negotiated with pre-defined prices that can offer discounts for mass orders. This is beneficial to suppliers who are assured of day-to-day activity over a period of time and can help them manage cash flow and orders. With respect to bulk goods, the question was raised as to whether there could be a stock-calling regime for several purchasers considered for a particular type of bulk commodity. This would be possible if an expected volume per customer was determined in advance, i.e. at the time of freight transport. Other questions related to the calculation of the 12-month period for bulk goods or continuing shipments (for example. B of oil). The Commission referred to the FIFO-LIFO methods and presented the FIFO method as probably the most appropriate method for this particular situation. The advantage of a call contract is that they allow the supply of materials, goods and services on multiple delivery dates during the total delivery period of a project. In PurchaseControl, it is possible to create creditors and add products that you frequently buy from them. You can quickly and easily add documents to the creditor, for example. B the contract, so that it is available as a reference if necessary when you create commands.