Contract Quarterly Sales Reports Sample Clauses

Contract Quarterly Sales Reports. The Contractor shall submit complete Quarterly Sales Reports to the Department’s Contract Manager within 30 calendar days after the close of each State fiscal quarter (the State’s fiscal quarters close on September 30, December 31, March 31, and June 30). Reports must be submitted in MS Excel using the DMS Quarterly Sales Report Format, which can be accessed at https://www.dms.myflorida.com/business_operations/ state_purchasing/vendor_resources/quarterly_sales_report_format. Initiation and submission of the most recent version of the Quarterly Sales Report posted on the DMS website is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification from the Department’s Contract Manager. If no orders are received during the quarter, the Contractor must email the DMS Contract Manager confirming there was no activity.
Contract Quarterly Sales Reports. The Contractor shall submit a Contract Quarterly Sales report electronically, in the required format, to the Department’s Contract Manager within fifteen (15) calendar days after the close of each State Fiscal quarter listed below. Failure to provide the Contract Quarterly Sales report will result in the imposition of financial consequences. Initiation and submission of the Contract Quarterly Sales report is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification by the Department. Sales will be reviewed on a quarterly basis. If no sales are recorded in two consecutive Contract quarters, the Department may terminate the Contract. Quarter 1 – (July-September) – due fifteen (15) calendar days after the close of the fiscal quarter.
Contract Quarterly Sales Reports. The Contractor’s first Quarterly Sales Report will be due 30 calendar days after the first full quarter following Contract execution. Quarterly reporting timeframes coincide with the State Fiscal Year as follows: Quarter 1 - (July-September) – due 30 calendar days after close of the period Quarter 2 - (October-December) – due 30 calendar days after close of the period Quarter 3 - (January-March) – due 30 calendar days after close of the period Quarter 4 - (April-June) – due 30 calendar days after close of the period Reports must be submitted in MS Excel using the DMS Quarterly Sales Report Format, which can be accessed at https://www.dms.myflorida.com/business_operations/ state_purchasing/vendor_resources/quarterly_sales_report_format. The report shall include all Customer sales received and associated with this Contract during the quarter. Initiation and submission of the Quarterly Sales Report is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification from the Department’s Contract Manager. If no orders are received during the period, the Contractor must submit a report stating that there was no activity. If the Contractor fails to submit two consecutive quarterly sales reports, the Contract may be terminated, or the Department may choose to not renew the Contract.
Contract Quarterly Sales Reports has been revised: The Contractor agrees to submit a Contract Quarterly Sales Report, Attachment J to the DMS Contract Manager in the format to be provided by the Contract Manager ten fifteen business days after the close of the State Fiscal quarter (September 30, December 31, March 31, and June 30). Reports must be submitted in MS Excel format. The report will include all sales (orders) from Customers received (associated with this contract) during the period. Initiation and submission of the Sales Report is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification from the DMS Contract Manager. If no orders are received during the period, the contractor must submit a report stating that there was no activity. Data elements to be included in the Contract Quarterly Sales Report are as follows: Data Element Description Order Date The date the order was received by the Contractor. Order Number The identifier of the transaction that establishes the obligation for the Product or service. Typical Transactions may include purchase orders (PO) or Purchasing Card (PCard) transactions. Product Category Product Category specific to this RFP (Office Consumables, Toner, etc.) Product Description Nomenclature of the Product or service ordered. Customer Type Classification of the Customer (Drop-down Menu provided): • Agency, • FL OEU Cities & Counties • FL OEU Schools K-12 • FL OEU College & Universities • FL OEU Not for Profit Standard Product Code An identifier used by the Office Supplies industry to describe the Product or service. UPC required, GTIN if available. United Nations United Nations Standard Products Taxonomy of Products and services for use in eCommerce. It is a four-level hierarchy coded as an eight-digit number, with an optional fifth level adding two more digits. Data Element Description and Services Code (UNSPSC) Manufacturer The original producer of the Product. Manufacturer ID The alpha numeric code established by the manufacturer for the Product. Quantity The amount of the Product or service ordered. Unit of Measure Standard unit or system of units by means of which a quantity is accounted for and expressed (e.g., each, set, box, case, etc.) Unit Price The cost of one unit of measure of an item. Total Price The price paid for the items ordered; calculated as the unit price multiplied by the quantity ordered. This field is pre-calculated, no entry is required. Reference Price The MSRP. Savings Percentage Pre-calculated field representing...
Contract Quarterly Sales Reports. The Contractor shall submit a Contract quarterly sales report electronically, in the required format, to the Department’s Contract Manager within ten (10) calendar days after close of each quarter. The Department reserves the right to require the Contractor to provide additional reports within thirty (30) calendar days written notice. Failure to provide the Contract quarterly sales report, or other reports requested by the Department, may result in the imposition of financial consequences or the Contractor being found in default and may result in contract termination. Initiation and submission of the Contract quarterly sales report are the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification by the Department. Sales will be reviewed on a quarterly basis. If no sales are recorded in two consecutive Contract quarters, the Department may terminate the Contract.

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