With bcFood`s sales and sales contract function, you can accurately configure and manage contractual agreements between you and your customers or suppliers. These contracts can serve as the basis for each order. A contract relates to a legal sales contract. It forces a buyer to buy and a seller to sell a product or service. A contract serves as the basis for a transaction, provides the framework for the flow of the transaction, and indicates what is included in the transaction. It allows the buyer and seller of a product to negotiate and ultimately agree on a reasonable price. Contracts can be used for large individual purchases or frequent purchases over a period of time. Product contracts often contain a quantity to which the buyer is bound during the term of the contract. Contracts serve as a record of all parts of the agreement that have already been executed or transactions already concluded, as well as an official record of the date of the final sale.

With our sales contract function, the information you have on customer and supplier agreements is always available and it is easy to draw on a contractual quantity with each new order. » Define and manage contractual agreements between you and your customers or suppliers. Once contracts have been set up, use them to generate sell and buy orders, taking into account the contract quantity with each new order. Set sales contracts for an agreed quantity of books with your customers, and then define an alternative unit of measurement that will allow you to conclude the contract by shipping packaged products. Mandatory requirements – Impose business relationship rules by requiring that all transactions with a given customer or supplier be related to an existing contract. Alternative elements – Specify other contractual positions, variants and quantitative units so that acceptable substitutes can be used and the contractual activity can nevertheless be updated. Exact contract volumes – For each contract item, the system manages the initially agreed quantity, the quantity that has already been allocated to orders, and the remaining quantity that needs to be allocated so that you can see the status of contract execution. . . .