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Recentes has more than fulfilled his prediction – to unburden our organization as much as possible. With their flexible and professional approach, Recentes' employees acted in our best interest in attitude and behaviour. In addition to many financial results, it has also provided insights for process improvements around contracts to payments. If in doubt... just do it: it really provides a lot of additional insight.
Kees RietmanPurchasing ManagerAlrijne Zorggroep
How to include a growth bonus in the net price?
A large supermarket chain
Including a growth bonus in the net price. What pitfalls will you face? This is an example of what we often encounter, as advisers and business controllers.
This client is a large supermarket chain. Because we’ve been an actual part of the company for a long period of time, this case has been written from the point of view of our client. Our financial know-how has been deployed to contribute to the best possible results.
Supplier X has been our preferred supplier for an important turnover group for many years. In recent years, we had more or less fixed bonus agreements with our supplier. These agreements concerned a guaranteed percentage condition of 4% on the full purchasing value and a growth bonus of 2% on top of that upon achieving the €10 million purchasing value threshold.