Adding a contract to a newly discovered Product

Created by Shubham Saxena, Modified on Fri, 25 Aug 2023 at 04:35 AM by Shubham Saxena


When apps are found through Single Sign-On (SSO) and other integrations, they are directed to the products page of Spendflo. On this page, you can view comprehensive product details, such as their spend, usage, and contract information. Additionally, there are comparison tools available, such as Contracted Spend vs. Actual Spend, which are useful for determining if your spending aligns with the contracted terms or if you are exceeding the agreed-upon amount.

In the event that a newly discovered contract does not have an attached contract, you can attach it yourself by following these steps.

Navigate to the Products Page

To view the details of a Product, navigate to the Products page from Management>Products>Open any product

Locate the Contract section

Upon accessing the details page of an Application, you will find a comprehensive analysis of the app's usage, teams, and spending, among other information. Towards the bottom of the page, there is a section labeled "Contract." Within this section, a comparison is presented between the contracted spend for the app and the actual spend, juxtaposing values derived from the contract with data obtained from your accounting tool.

If the contract is not uploaded

If the system doesn’t detect a contract for the App, it will show you the prompt that there are no contracts for this product on Spendflo 

When you click on "Add a contract," you will be presented with the option to link an existing contract from the system. To do this, simply perform a search in the "Select contract" section by typing the name of the app. If any contracts are associated with the app in the system, they will appear in the search results.

In the event that there are no contracts for the app in the system, you can choose to click on "Add a new contract." This will initiate the contract intake flow, where you can add the necessary details for the new contract. For more information and a step-by-step guide on adding a new contract, you can refer to the article provided.

If the contract is already uploaded

If the contract is already uploaded, you’ll see the contracted vs actual spend; learn more about the significance of Contracted vs Actual Spend from the article here

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