If you, as a buyer, have successfully gotten matching offers for your demand you might have to create reports based on these. But you only have to report those for which you actually contacted the seller or the seller contacted you to start the negotiation.
In case you are in contact with a seller about matches at the same location that reach over several consecutive months you can combine these in one report.
|1||May 2024||Location 1||Seller B||not contacted|
|2||June 2024||Location 1||Seller C||contacted|
|3||July 2024||Location 1||Seller A||contacted|
|4||August 2024||Location 1||Seller A||contacted|
|5||September 2024||Location 1||Seller A||contacted|
|6||November 2024||Location 1||Seller A||contacted|
- for match No. 1 the buyer doesn't have to report because no negotiation was initiated
- for match No. 2 the buyer has to create a report because negotiation started with Seller C
- for match No. 3-5 the buyer can create a single report spanning July until September
- for match No. 6 the buyer has to create an own report because there is a break after September
The result from our example is that 3 reports are needed from a total number of 6 matching offers.
In case of doubt or if you need some additional help, don't hesitate to contact the Prisma Customer Success Team.