Definicja centrally agreed contract
A contract negotiated by a purchasing organization for an entire corporate group (represented by a "client" in the SAP system).
Such corporate contracts enable more favorable conditions to be obtained (through bulk buying) than if individual organizational units within the group enter separate contracts.
A centrally agreed contract is involved if:One single purchasing organization procures for an entire corporate group. A reference purchasing organization makes a contract available to other purchasing organizations linked to it, so that the latter can issue release orders against that contract.
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