These are all Organizations that you have made contracts with. There are 3 types of organizations in Contractpedia: Supplier, Customer and Partner. Here is an explanation to help you understand different organization types and how they interact with your organization.
- Supplier. These are organizations supplying goods/services to you. For example: electric company, water supply and sanitation company, leasing companies, banks, etc. Contracts made with suppliers are normally an expense for your organization.
- Customer. That's a bit self-explanatory. If you are a commercial organization these would be organizations that you supply goods/services to in exchange for money. For example, if you sell office supplies, then each company that buys from you is a customer.
- Partner. These are organizations that supply to you something that you would use to generate profit. For instance, if you make furniture, then the company that supplies wood to you would be a partner. But the electric company would be a supplier.