Learn about the functions and benefits of Statistics in Contract Control

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Written by Christian Nicolaisen
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When you create contract cards, you get access to statistics. The statistics are for you to get an overview of the types of contract cards that are available, what they cost or generate in revenue.

The statistics are divided into three sections: Overview, Costs & Revenues

The information displayed is also divided into categories and contract types (also called document types).

The overview shows you:

  • How many active and inactive contract cards there are.

  • How many and which contract cards expire within 60 days.


The statistics for costs only show data that comes from active contract cards. An active agreement card is an agreement that is valid right now (i.e. not terminated agreements or agreements that will be activated in the future). To track expenses, you need to activate the app: Expenses.

  • Monthly cost per contract type

  • How the monthly cost changes over time

  • Average cost per contract type

  • Monthly cost per category

  • Annual cost per category


The revenue statistics work similarly to expenses, but show data that comes from revenue. To track earnings, you need to activate the app: Earnings.

  • Monthly income per contract type

  • How monthly income changes over time

  • Average revenue per contract type

  • Monthly income per category

  • Annual revenue per category


  • You can make better decisions with good & easily accessible statistics

  • You can cut costs by understanding which supplier agreements and supplier categories cost you the most

  • You have available documentation to present internally

  • You gain insight into future costs and revenues, unlike many accounting programs that show past costs and revenues

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