By clicking on the hat icon (which recalls the head data -?) you get to where the target value of the contract is visible (in this case, of course, the sum of the two elements). I will now take a closer look at the target values for articles and heads in framework agreements. A framework purchase contract is a longer-term contract with a seller covering the provision of equipment or the provision of services under pre-defined conditions. These are valid for a pre-defined period and a preset total purchase amount or a specified total purchase value. A framework contract is a long-term sales contract with a creditor that contains terms and conditions for the equipment to be provided by the creditor. Supplier selection is an important process in the procurement 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 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. You can clearly display the category (K or L) and the type of document associated (LP, WK, MK). Our system includes 154 agreements. It`s a little more technical, but here, for the sake of completeness, a screenshot of the document type table with customizing settings in SAP® if they are needed for data analysis purposes. This table contains circles of numbers for the types of proofs, such. B as field selection parameters, etc.: I hope you enjoyed getting into the theme of framework agreements and that we will meet again soon again for the second part « Planning Agreements – Call Documentation « . In sap-MM purchases, these agreements are subdivided into « contracts » and « delivery plans. » The main points to be taken into account in a framework agreement are: in value contracts, the quantity of items is often secondary, because the total value of the contract is important. 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.