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it is always a good idea to have templates. So, the short answer is: YES.
The three types of templates you have drawn are ok. They could be extended depending on the type of business you are doing. If it is a repetitive business than I would split up either 1 or 2 (or both) to consinst of a frame contract with your supplier / customer and an individual contract or order for the specific case. This way the paper work shrinks even more.
Other than that, you are on a good road: Standardize the process, eliminate unnecessary steps, automate the whole thing.
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