Presentation on theme: "Freight Management System"— Presentation transcript:
1Freight Management System FMSFreight Management SystemforSAP R/3For the next page please click ENTER.
2The FMS application runs automatically in the background in the SAP R/3 system. In addition it can be used online by the user per each order.This presentation shows the individual steps of the freight calculation which is the basic system of FMS to clarify the logical process flow.There are also presentations for the other FMS-moduls. They are available on request.For the next page please click ENTER.
3The creation of a customer order type ‚OR‘ shows the Service Agent Selection. This order is used to demonstrate the creation of a shipment, of accruals, the transfer to COPA and the creation of a credit note.For the next page please click ENTER.
4With a double-click the favored service agent can be selected. All available and allowed service agents are displayed including their freight costs for this order.The least cost carrier is shown on position 1 of the whole carrier list.With a double-click the favored service agent can be selected.For the next page please click ENTER.
5Now a delivery is created for the order. /NVL01NNow a delivery is created for the order.For the next page please click ENTER.
6The delivery is saved and a shipment can be created. For the next page please click ENTER.
7/NVT01NThe menu button ‚Deliveries‘ offers the possibility to select all deliveries relevant for shipping.For the next page please click ENTER.
8In this case shipping point ‚0002‘ is used as a selection criterion. For the next page please click ENTER.
9Pressing the button ‚Execute selection‘ leads to the transportation planning screen. The bottom part of the screen contains all shipping relevant deliveries.The button ‚General data‘ contains the link to the shipment control screen.One delivery is assigned to the shipment. All the important shipping data is displayed.For the next page please click ENTER.
10Setting the status to ‚planned‘ copies the carrier from the delivery or the carrier is determined by the SAS or the carrier can be entered manually.If the shipment is set to status ‚planned‘, the system determines legs and (with the GPC enhancement) the distance (EWSD/E-distance data base).For the next page please click ENTER.
11The shipment is planned. The planning status is displayed with date and time. To finalize the shipment processing, the ‚shipment completion‘ status is set.For the next page please click ENTER.
12The planned shipment can now be calculated with the GPC FMS module. Because only shipment 1483 should be calculated, this number is selected. Usually this activity is started in batch for all relevant shipments.For the next page please click ENTER.
13The freight calculation log shows the result of each calculation. For the next page please click ENTER.
14The freight result transaction displays the freight cost per shipment leg and in detail for each freight component.For the next page please click ENTER.
15The previous steps contained the following steps: 1. Creation of a customer order2. Creation of a delivery3. Creation of a shipment4. Calculation of a shipmentThe calculation of the shipment is executed.All the displayed steps for the calculation are usually executed in batch and in the background. The log files are used to control the results of the calculation.For the next page please click ENTER.
16The further presentation shows the possible steps after the calculation of a shipment: 5. Creation of accruals6. Creation of COPA postings7. Creation of Credit notesCreation of accrualsFor the next page please click ENTER.
17Using the accruals button leads to the accruals creation screen Using the accruals button leads to the accruals creation screen. Also this activity is usually executed in batch.The log file shows that a FI document has been created to post the accruals.For the next page please click ENTER.
18The GPC document flow shows all the documents which are related to a shipment. Clicking the FI document number for the accruals links to transaction FB03, display of the accruals document.For the next page please click ENTER.
19The next step is to create the COPA postings The next step is to create the COPA postings. Therefore the settlement function and the COPA creation process shown in the menu are used. Entering the shipment number on the selection screen provides the creation of the COPA postings just for shipment The log file shows the results.For the next page please click ENTER.
20Using the GPC document flow again and clicking on the COPA document number leads to the COPA item overview and on the detail screen to the value fields of the COPA document.For the next page please click ENTER.
21Pressing the button ‚Credit Notes‘ links to the selection and start screen for the credit note creation. For this example the service agent number is used as a selection criterion. The log file shows that a freight invoice document has been created.For the next page please click ENTER.
22Clicking on the freight invoice number in the GPC document flow links to the display transaction for freight invoice documents. Main items (shipments) and subitems (freight costs) can be displayed subsequently.For the next page please click ENTER.
23The last step in the settlement process is the transfer of the actual freight cost. Clicking the settlement function and starting the transfer program delivers the result in the log file.For the next page please click ENTER.
24tThe GPC document flow now shows to additional documents: The actual postings and the accruals reversal. Clicking the document numbers links to transaction FB03 and displays the individual postings.tFor the next page please click ENTER.
25The GPC-FMS significantly simplifies and automatizes your transportation processes. We only have displayed a simple freight calculation. But basically FMS is able to process freight calculation and settlement for all parcel, truck, rail, air and sea shipments.The EWS-distance data base and all former national tariffs are integrated as a standard.GPC also has created special applications for the Rail- and Fleetmanagement.Further information of GPC and all the other modules is available on the following internet homepage:ENDE