| Wednesday, November 10, 2004 - 08:52 pm |
That is a rather limited view of contracts. A contract can be pretty much anything. One corporation asking for a 10 year contract to buy all of a certain good from another company, but with the requirement that the price and quantity purchased be updated every 6 months to reflect market price and need is also a contract. If it was updated every 6 months or year then that would limit the processing time, but also allow for some variation.
This would be espcecially useful for local contracts, where both sides are owned by me, but where upgrades are constantly changing the quantities that are required for production.