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'''Contract Management''' is one of the five [[Pricing Processes|pricing processes]].
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'''Contract Management''' is the [[Pricing Processes|pricing process]] by which provider can make sure conditions that were defined during the [[Deal Quote]] are satisfied over time. Otherwise, it may trigger an update of the [[Deal Quote]].
  
It consists in the management of customer contracts regarding pricing.
 
  
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== Input ==
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Contract Management process needs two main types of information:
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*Contract commitments: These commitments could be customer commitments agreed in counterpart of a negotiated tariff, and also provider commitments related in particular to service level agreements.
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*Customer effective profile: This is real observed data, usually gathered from operational and billing systems.
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== Output ==
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Based on the comparison of effective profile to the commitment, some contracts may be identified as not compliant, and then could lead to a new tariff negotiation as part of an update of the [[Deal Quote]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:57, 11 October 2012

Contract Management is the pricing process by which provider can make sure conditions that were defined during the Deal Quote are satisfied over time. Otherwise, it may trigger an update of the Deal Quote.


Input

Contract Management process needs two main types of information:

  • Contract commitments: These commitments could be customer commitments agreed in counterpart of a negotiated tariff, and also provider commitments related in particular to service level agreements.
  • Customer effective profile: This is real observed data, usually gathered from operational and billing systems.


Output

Based on the comparison of effective profile to the commitment, some contracts may be identified as not compliant, and then could lead to a new tariff negotiation as part of an update of the Deal Quote.