About predefined contract configuration item types
Asset Management Suite lets you record and track almost any type of contract from a centralized location. For example, you can manage leases, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), Service Level Agreements (SLAs), and warranties. After you enter your contracts into the database, you can associate them with different assets in your system.
After you create multiple lease schedules, you can combine accounting details into a master lease for total cost of ownership reports, generic schedule, and overall summary information.
For example, your organization leases several computers and printers from the same vendor. You can then create a master lease and link all the lease schedules that are associated with these leased assets. A master lease enables you to quickly view summary details for all leased equipment from one supplier. For example, you can view payments, schedules, and serial numbers for covered hardware.
An NDA lets you protect the sensitive information about your organization that you share with your business partners or contractors.
An NDA configuration item type lets you insert the NDAs that are signed for your company, or the NDAs that your company signs for the other companies.
Service Level Agreement
An SLA specifies the services that a vendor or a service provider furnishes under particular contract.
Service Level Agreement configuration item type is part of the CMDB Solution.
Warranties consist of hardware details, schedule, and financial information. The warranty contract type lets you track the information that relates to the warranty. For example, you can track payments, expiration date, and associated serial numbers.
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