It is a mandatory requirement for a third party company to agree on the Client for Contractors (C4C) clauses and sign a legal agreement with Shell Contract & Procurement before proceeding with the C4C company registration process.
The requirement to register a C4C company arises when the Hiring manager decided to allow the third party company contractors accessing to Shell application resources via C4C service to perform their works and this third party company is not yet registered in C4C. The request to sign the legal agreement (with C4C clauses) is to send to the contract holder via email.
Refer "C4C Registered Company List" in Important Documents on the registered contracting companies that has signed up for the service (only Shell staff or C4C users that has Sharepoint link access can view the list as this is confidential data). The record is ever-greened and updated as soon as a new company is successfully registered in Shell domain.
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This step by step guide helps you get started on C4C, from registering your company for access, through to logging in to the service.
This section provides necessary information to the Hiring Manager and business Client for Contractors (C4C) Focal Points on how to sign-up the C4C Service. Before signing up the users from third party contracting company for the service, the Hiring Manager or business C4C FP must evaluate the contractors’ requirement and decide whether the service can meet their requirements.