In this three-part series, I`m going to take a look at how to work with sales contracts. The series is divided into three parts: first of all, let`s not confuse this topic with trade agreements – a very common form that many companies use. They are similar in that both types of agreements reflect a specific price for an item or service, but unlike commercial agreements, sales contracts can only apply to a customer or supplier at the same time. Let`s look at this issue in more detail. If you validate a sales contract, the current version of the sales contract will be stored in a history table. If you change the sales agreement, you can confirm it again to save another version of the sales contract in the history. When a customer creates an order based on sales agreements, it contains all the lines in the distribution agreement in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. There is a link between the customer order and the sales contract from which it is drawn up. This topic contains information about sales contracts.
A sales contract is a contract that obliges the customer to buy products in a certain quantity or for a certain amount over time, for special prices and discounts. [Note!] In previous versions, sales contracts were called framework contracts. Once the agreement head is established, agreement positions can be added by clicking on the Sana online store distribution agreements created in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Sales contracts can only be used in Sana by B2B customers and sales agents. On the Execution tab in the Line Details information log on the Sales Agreements page, quantities and execution amounts are displayed. You can fill in all the other fields of the sales contract as you need.. . .