Standing orders

Place standing orders on contracts

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Written by Lisa Janssen
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As soon as a contract with a buyer has been made within Floriday, you can start placing standing orders on this contract. The buyer can place these standing orders, but you can do this yourself as well in Floriday.

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Place standing orders on contracts

Go to the left side of the menu in Floriday to Sales > Standing orders. Here you get to the overview of standing orders, where they are divided by status. If you want to create a standing order, click Add standing order.

Select the contract on which the standing orders has to be placed. A screen unfolds where you can enter the delivery information and then what you want to order.

Fill out what you want to deliver to the buyer. In this screen, you can still adjust the price within the agreed upon price range and after that you fill out how many packaging units you would like to deliver. When these are attached, you can select the additional services and if you wish, you can include a reference.

Have you created an article group in the contract? Then you can select the correct article in the call-off order by clicking the drop down at the article and selecting the correct article here.

When you change the delivery moment to another delivery moment in a standing order and prices differ from the prices filled in? A pop-up will appear in which you can indicate which prices you want to use; the prices already entered or the prices specified in the contract.

It is now also possible to call outside the bandwidth. The buyer will always have to approve this. It is also possible to automatically have standing orders approved within certain bandwidths. When defining the contract, it can be indicated whether the call-off order may be automatically approved. It is also possible to switch this on in the contracts overview via the three dots. In this way, standing orders from the buyer for this contract will automatically become sales orders, without the grower having to approve them still.

Tip: You may also choose to repeat standing orders in a set period. When creating a new Standing order, click on Repeat delivery moment.

Next, choose how many times the standing order should be repeated, e.g. on a weekly basis or once per month.

Click on Save and finalize to place the standing order. If you still want to save it as a concept and not send it directly to the buyer yet, you can also choose Save as concept.

When you choose Save and finalise, the standing order is finalised. It appears in the standing orders overview, but can also be found in the sales orders overview.

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