Our software works with contract management. Let's say item A is part of the contract. Our system has two ways of adding an item A to a contract:
- A special tab within the contract window that deals with defining and adding item A. This requires opening the contract and navigating to the tab, which for several contracts can be a hassle, and therefore we created option b which is:
- An "outside" window, through which you can specify some base values, create item A's which all include those values by default, and then link them to their respective contracts. The point is to save time and not have to enter each contract to create its item A, rather to be able to do it "from above".
My inclination was to call this Bulk Item A Creation (for the sake of the example) - because it is what one would use if he had to make a bunch of item A's and wanted to save time. But the process itself doesn't create item A's in bulk, rather it lets me create a lot in an easier way.
Does this pass for a "bulk process"?
And if not - what is a better choice?
To create item A's quickly and efficiently, use the _________________ process.