All agreements consist of a procedure specification in which you define the execution rules (for example. B billing control parameters or parameters for the calculation and distribution of discounts) and a validity area in which you indicate the incissible positions to which the contract applies. The framework agreement may contain agreements on products, prices, discounts and the invoicing procedure. It also includes additional parties (represented by counterparties) who may enter into individual contracts under the framework agreement. A framework contract can contain the following elements: This function allows you to manage the terms of a service between a supplier and a business partner. These terms can be returned by solution offers and subscription orders. Framework contracts help to establish long-term relationships with counterparties using specific products and prices. A framework contract is a contractual agreement between a service provider and a commercial customer. Invoicing and invoicing evaluate the contract entries in the framework contract. However, the fields of agreements concluded under the framework agreement are not automatically available in the supporting document and proof of invoicing. If you want to use framework contracts, you must add these fields to the billing aoyage head and the proof of billing head through a prepared extension. A specific list of products subject to the conditions of the Framework Agreement. These can be both standard product numbers, custom product numbers, and product names.
Products often constitute the right to use certain services of the supplier at specified prices. A list of all parties (counterparties) authorised to sign individual contracts relating to the framework agreement. Replicate the framework contract to FI-CA in SAP S/4HANA, here you can assign agreements such as the billing agreement and the discount agreement. The elements listed facilitate the conclusion of individual contracts and make the elements relating to a framework contract transparent. You need the inputs of these components mainly in SAP CRM and therefore you make these entries there. The required elements in SAP ERP are automatically replicated in the ERP system. These elements are the list of products and counterparties included in the framework contract. In a framework contract, you define the basic elements and conditions for individual dependent contracts (supplier contracts). In addition, in the framework contract, you can agree on rules governing the activity resulting from these individual contracts. In the ERP system, you add to the framework contract the necessary entries for the invoicing or subsequent updating processes.
You accept these entries in the form of the following agreements: Access the terms defined in the framework contract by registering solution offers and subscription orders as proof of call. System parameters for framework contracts are defined in the customizing of contract accounting and credit accounting under basic framework contract functions. For more information, see the documentation on the different customizing activities. See also the BAPI documentation in the system. Rules that define which counterparties can buy which products. . In this case, the products refer to a cost plan used in SAP Convergent Charging to determine the price of the services. To create, edit, and read data by typing directly, you can use the VKK_CAMA_MAINTAIN_DI function. See also the documentation of the functional element in the system. Adapt product attributes and characteristics (for configurable products) according to customer requirements….