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Business Interoperability Interfaces for public procurement in Europe - BII profile 32 - Order Agreement

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 26
Gepubliceerd op 01-06-2016
Taal Engels
This profile identifies, explains and justifies the business requirements for the Order agreement process. It provides syntax bindings to relevant message formats in OASIS UBL 2.1 and UN/CEFACT XML. It also includes a syntax implementation guide. The order agreement profile describes processes where the buyer, after buying items/services receives a message with information documenting the purchase. There order can be placed in several ways, such as: One approach is where the buyer is using the seller’s web shop and placing an order on services (such as flight tickets) or items (such as books or configured items such as a PC). Another approach is where the purchase is made by a telephone call or an e-mail such as ordering temporary staff or a craftsman. Yet another approach is where the order is placed by a visit to the seller’s store or the task is solved without ordering but based on a service level agreement. In all of the above approaches, the seller sends the agreed order information as an electronic message to the buyer. The buyer can use the order information to create an internal record or order for use in order -to- invoice matching. The intended scope for this profile includes business-to-government (B2G) and business-to-business (B2B) relationships. Although the profile is a basis for an EDI agreement between two parties, it does not address all business level details of such an agreement/contract. The transaction, specified in this profile is intended to be exchanged between the seller’s order management system and the of buyer’s purchasing system. The login- and logout transactions for the web shop process are outside scope of this profile. This profile differs from the punch out-profile even though both have common characteristics such as use of seller’s web shop. However, in this profile the purchase/order is placed in the seller’s environment. The order agreement, being essentially a copy of the placed order, is sent to the buyer. In the punch out-profile on the other hand, the order is created in the buyer’s system and is then submitted to the seller, who may accept or reject the order. The identifier for this profile is:


ICS-code 03.100.10
Engelse titel Business Interoperability Interfaces for public procurement in Europe - BII profile 32 - Order Agreement



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