Each contract hierarchy begins with a single master`s agreement. It is the main element of the first level of sub-agreements in its hierarchy. Multi-Org: Ariba calls “multi-org” the process of grouping several Ariba Network accounts for billing purposes. If you think your organization wants to deploy Multi-Org, please contact Ariba customer support at supplier.ariba.com for more information. If you connect your multiple accounts to a multi-org, ariba Network ID becomes a master on all other Ariba Network drives in your company`s Ariba network presence. Therefore, the date of the main anniversary of the purchase, the billing currency and the online location will be determined to receive your Ariba invoice. However, the competency and calculation of the tax are done at the junior account level and are then grouped into a summary to prepare the multi-org invoice. You acknowledge that this consolidation of the account does not remove the underlying obligation of a subordinate organization to pay the costs due, but it does mean that the subordinated organization does not receive the bill. The use of the account hierarchy function does not trigger multi-org calculation. 3. Mandatory fees. For each of your relationships on Ariba Network Fulfillment, Ariba evaluates the relationship monthly to determine if you have achieved a high usage status in Ariba Network Fulfillment with respect to that relationship.
Information on the rules used to determine whether a supplier has a high usage status, and associated fees are available at www.ariba.com/go/fulfillment-pricing. If you achieve a high usage status relative to a relationship (and therefore such a relationship is a paid relationship), Ariba will notify you and confirm that you agree to pay the costs incurred. If you do not pay the fee for a paid relationship on time, Ariba may suspend and/or suspend your access to Ariba Network Fulfillment and/or block your account in relation to that relationship. If you pay a fee, you must be up to date on your fees to be eligible for optional services. “Network Buyer” refers to one of your customers with whom you deal via Ariba Network Fulfillment. The hierarchical type of contract indicates its role within a hierarchy. A standalone contract is not currently in a hierarchy, but can be modified into a master`s or sub-convention contract. If a separate contract is added to a contractual hierarchy as a subcontract, all prior release orders or agreed invoice amounts are accumulated in the higher agreement, as long as the accumulator parameters are also defined in the contracts. F. Purchase of premium or optional services.
Registration and standard subscription to Ariba Discovery as a buyer or supplier is currently free. You can sign up for a subscription fee at a premium level on discovery.” Regardless of the Ariba Discovery site, Ariba Discovery users can also choose to use optional services for a fee (“A La Carte Fee”). You will be guided by a check-out assistant to confirm your order for an A La Carte fee. If you choose to purchase optional services, you agree to pay A La Carte`s fee for these optional services. If you decide to purchase a premium subscription, you agree to pay the subscription fee. (For more information on Ariba Discovery awards, visit www.ariba.com/go/discovery-pricing). A sub-agreement always has a higher agreement directly in the hierarchy, but may itself be an element superior to one or more sub-agreements in the hierarchy. 1. Definitions. “Fees” are regular ariba network fulfillment usage fees that can be described as a transaction, subscription or subscription fee that Ariba charges you, for each of your paid relationships (if any) on Ariba Network Fulfillment and/or a set of services (see www.ariba.com/go/fulfillment-pricing for the current list of packages). The “high level of use” refers to a supplier who, during the predicted period