During the term of the contract, the contract may always be changed in consultation with the buyer. However, both parties must agree to the change. If the parties differ the previously established rules of the contract apply.

On this page we explain the following topics:


Changing the contract

Go to Sales > Contracts on the left in the Floriday menu. Find the contract you want to correct here. Click on the 3 dots on the right side of the screen of the correct contract. Select the following option at the 3 dots: Creating a new version.

A screen will now appear in which you can edit all data entered for the current contract. This concerns the contract data, such as the title, currency and delivery, the trade items, the planning and the pricing.

When you have entered all the changes, you can immediately save and finalise the contract, or leave it as a draft.

After you have clicked on Save and Finish, you will see the screen below. Here you can state the reason why you want to change the contract.

Click on Save to submit version 2 of the contract to the buyer for approval.

Version 1 will continue to apply until the buyer has approved the change. Version 1 of the contract can be found under concluded contracts.

With version 2 the status will be: Waiting for the customer response.

When the buyer has accepted the changes, version 1 is automatically replaced by version 2.


Responding to a request to change the contract

When the buyer wants to make a change to the contract, you will see a notification in the dashboard that there are contracts pending a response. Until you accept the new version, the old version remains valid.

Go to Sales > Contracts on the left in the Floriday menu. Search here for the contract to which the buyer has made a change.

Click on this line to see what the change entails.

After checking the contract you can refuse or accept the change. By refusing, the old version will remain valid, by accepting the newly set data will apply.

You can then initiate standing orders based on the contracts.

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