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Unformatted text preview: ya Kite Procurement Process Demand Accounts Payable Quarles: Flya Kite Purchase Requisition Invoice Verification Vendor Goods Receipt & Inventory Mgt. Outline Agreement or Scheduling Agreement Purchase Order 32 Docume nt Document Principle 1000010 In SAP, transaction postings are In always stored in document form stored The document remains as a The complete unit in the system until it is archived archived Only complete documents can be Only posted posted A document consists of a document document header and at least two line items header Quarles: Flya Kite 33 Tolerances Groups for Account Tolerances Postings Postings Amount limits for your employees which Amount control – the maximum document amount the employee the maximum is authorized to post authorized – the maximum amount the employee can enter as the maximum a line item in a customer or vendor account line – the maximum cash discount percentage the the maximum employee can grant on a line item can – the maximum acceptable tolerance for payment the maximum differences for the employee differences Quarles: Flya Kite 34 Tolerance Group for A/R & A/P Handles differences in payment and Handles residual items which can occur during payment settlement payment Allocate a tolerance group to each Allocate vendor in the master record vendor master – Tolerances up to which differences in Tolerances payment are posted automatically to payment expense or revenue accounts when clearing open items clearing Quarl...
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