IS365SAPFulfillmentProcess

IS365SAPFulfillmentProcess - Slide 1 The Fulfillment...

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Unformatted text preview: Slide 1 The Fulfillment Process Slide 2 Introduction n The fulfillment process involves n Creating customers n Creating sales orders n Receiving purchase orders from customers n Shipping orders n Sending and processing invoices n Managing credit Slide 3 Slide 4 Organizational Units (1) n Company Code n Smallest org unit for which you can maintain a legal set of books (You saw this from the accounting lab) n Global Bike has two company codes Slide 5 Organizational Units (2) n Division n A way of grouping materials, products, or services n Global bike has two divisions n Bicycles and accessories Slide 6 Organizational Units (3) n Sales Organization n Responsible for sales and distribution of goods for a geographical area n Global Bike the following sales organizations Slide 7 Organizational Units (4) n Distribution channel n This is the means by which goods are delivered to the customer n Wholesale, retail, online, are typical distribution channels n See Figure 5-3 Magal Slide 8 Organizational Units (5) n Sales Area n Combination of Sales Organization, Distribution Channel and Division n Determines conditions (i.e. pricing) for sales activities Slide 9 Organizational Units (6) n Plant n Plant from which the goods should be delivered to the customer n Global Bike has manufacturing and distributing plants Slide 10 Organizational Units (7) n Other SD organization units: n Shipping Points are responsible for scheduling and processing deliveries to customers n Shipping points apply to plants n Loading Point n Think of a loading point as a loading dock at a warehouse n Sales Office n Sales Group n Sales Person Slide 11 Organizational Units (8) n Credit control areas are responsible for customer credit n Global Bike uses 2 credit controlling areas n There is one for each company n Remember our configuration of controlling areas and the 1:1 relationship n Credit control can be centralized or decentralized Slide 12 Organizational Units (Summary) Global Bike Global Bike Inc. Global Bike Germany GmbH US West US East Germany North Germany South Dallas Miami Hamburg Heidelberg Client Company Code Sales Organization Sales Office San Diego Slide 13...
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