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  2. PTK-203

review RFQ text in light of reduced superseding

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      See PTK-174 and PTK-194

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        3.13 RFQ
        A Print Buyer sends an RFQ to a Print Provider to request a Quotationquote. Usually the negotiation phaseNegotiation Phase starts with an RFQ. Sometimes,
        the Negotiation Phase starts with a Quotation or PurchaseOrder.
        An RFQ SHALL convey the unambiguous intentions of the Print Buyer to the Print Provider. A complex RFQ MAY contain
        options that specify several types of acceptable materials or methods required by the Print Buyer. An RFQ MAY contain
        other options that require the Print Provider’s estimator to generate more than one quoted price in the response.
        A Print Buyer sends an RFQ whose semantics vary depending on
        The value of @BusinessRefID.defines the context of the RFQ:
        • Not specified: If a Print Buyer chooses to initiate a new product process negotiation by making a request-for-quote to a Print
        Provider, it SHALL send an RFQ with no @BusinessRefID.
        • Quotation: If a Print Buyer receives a Quotation for a job and wants a Requote for a variation of the job, it SHALL
        send an RFQ whose @BusinessRefID references the received Quotation.
        ConfirmationPurchaseOrder: If a Print Buyer wants to initiate a Change Order for a Confirmed Job and the PurchaseOrder form of
        a Change Order cannot be used because there are changes that don’t have quotes, the Print Buyer SHALL send an RFQ whose @BusinessRefID references the PurchaseOrder of the Confirmed Job. A Change Order RFQ asks what the
        consequences would be for a certain change of the Print Product. See PurchaseOrder for an alternate Change Order that
        a Print Buyer can send.
        After the Print Buyer has sent an RFQ and while it is Pending, the Print Buyer MAY send one of the following
        • a Superseding RFQ that replaces the Pending one.
        • an unrelated RFQ.
        • a Cancellation for the Pending RFQ after which the Print Buyer MAY choose to continue the negotiation process by
        sending either a new RFQ or a new PurchaseOrder for a Pending Quotation. A Pending Quotation exists only if the
        cancelled RFQ was in fact a Request for Requote.

        When a Print Provider receives an RFQ, the Print Provider SHALL either
        • accept the RFQ by sending a Quotation to the Print Buyer.
        • decline the RFQ by either sending a Refusal to the Print Buyer or letting the RFQ expire.
        References: N/A (RFQ can be the initiating transaction), Confirmation, PurchaseOrder, Quotation
        Flow: Print Buyer to Print Provider

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        3.13 RFQ
        A Print Buyer sends an RFQ to a Print Provider to request a Quotation. The Negotiation Phase starts with an RFQ. Sometimes,
        the Negotiation Phase starts with a Quotation or PurchaseOrder.

         

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                  prosi Rainer Prosi
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