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info record vs contract

Hi,

Our customer has a requirement for which need to decide if info record or contract which is better.

The customer has agreement with their supllier for different materials at fixed price, these prices are revised on a quaterly basis on a avg. They dont have any value or qty limits on the agreements and canorder from 1 qty to any qty in a given period.

we also need to print these agreements and send to to vendor.

The agreement that they have is more like a pipeline t where price is fixed but qty will vary depending on usage.

what should we use.

Thanks

R.M.

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  • Posted on Mar 20, 2010 at 02:43 AM

    If you need a printed agreement use Contract (but does it hAve to be from SAP ??) . Most (purchasing side) companys are OK with PIR.

    I think you are better using PIR in the system and legal agreement is handled externally e.g. Word document (you can attach in SAP if required).

    Regards,

    Nick

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2010 at 03:23 AM

    ruchir

    use PIR that is best and flexible for your case

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    • Former Member Former Member

      I am having a similar issue with Contract vs. Info Record, and perhaps you all can shed some light. If we step away from contract (but maintain external documentation for legal purposes) and focus SOLELY on updating our info records, do we lose functionality? Right now our PIRs are a mess, and we plan to clean them up and rely on them for procurement purposes. If we discontinue using Contract, I don't know how that will affect us. Any thoughts/comments? Much appreciated, thanks!

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