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1 Best Practices for mySAP Retail Partneroriented Masterdata

2  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 2 Article Creation

3  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 3 Article Creation: types of vendors External vendors vendors CpD-vendor Internal vendors Distribution center Central warehouse Regional warehouse

4  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 4 Vendor: Data General Data Address Control data Bank account Accounting data Account management Payment transactions Correspondence Purchasing organisation Purchasing data Partner function Vendor Contact person

5  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 5 Vendor: partner function Vendor Invoicer PayeeGoods supplier Order address obligatory DEUTSCHE MARK DEUTSCHE MARK DEUTSCHE MARK

6  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 6 Customer Creation

7  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 7 Customer master development Accounting area data Relevant for accounting Available for company code Relevant for accounting Available for company code General data Relevant for distribution and accounting Available for all organizational units Relevant for distribution and accounting Available for all organizational units Sales area data Relevant for distribution Available for: division, distr. chnl., sales organization Relevant for distribution Available for: division, distr. chnl., sales organization Customer master

8  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 8 Data of the tab strip “General Data“ Customer master data “General Data” Address Steuerungsdaten Payment transac Marketing Unloading points Export data Contact person Name, Anschrift, Sprache,... Bank details,... Sales tax informations,... Indusrty, customer class,... Goods accepted times,... Data for export control,... Address business partner,...

9  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 9 Data of the tab strip “Company code data“ Customer master data “Company code data” Aufträge Correspondence Insurance Payment transac Accounting manag Name, Anschrift, Sprache,... Bankverbindung,... Dunning procedure, person responsible,... Reconciliation account,... Payment method, payment lock,... Contract amount,...

10  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 10 Data of the tab strip “Sales area data“ Customer master data “Sales area data” Aufträge Faktura Partner functions Shipping Orders Name, Anschrift, Sprache,... Bankverbindung,... Output tax classification, term of payment,... Sales office, currency, sales district, price group,... Shipping condition, delivering plant, transportation zone,... Ship-to party, invoice-to party, payer,...

11  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 11 Partner functions for the customer master Personal.... Contact person Carrier Partnerrollen Sold-to party* Partner functions Ship-to party* Payer* Invoice-to party* *obligatory roles

12  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 12 Customer Creation: customer types Customer Anonymous Established Customers Customer in the wholesale trade Customer with creditcard Internal customer Customer in the mail order CpD-Customer Cash sale customer Customer with payment card Customer with creditcard

13  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 13 Consideration as regards of the customer differentiation THE customer = industrial enterprise A lot of data of the standard-customer master are without any meaning for the natural person as customer (e.g. unloading point, foreign trade data, license) A minimal master data maintanace and address entry in the operational business is importent A great group of consumers have the same sales area- and company code data = data redundancy

14  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 14 Site

15  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 15 Site Categories DC Store Vendor Customer

16  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 16 Stock- keeping level Stock- keeping level Components of a Site Distribution Center Store Vendor Retail Specific Retail Specific Customer

17  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 17 Sales area data sales billing messages partner functions General data control data marketing paymt. transactions unloading points foreign trade contact person Company code data account mgmt. correspondence insurance payment transactions Customer Site: Customer Data

18  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 18 General data control data marketing foreign trade Company code data account management payment transactions Purchasing organization data purchasing data partner functions correspondence Site: Vendor Data Vendor

19  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 19 Purchasing Organizations Standard purchasing organization (T001W) Further purchasing organization (T024W)

20  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 20 Distribution Chain: Site

21  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 21 Distribution Chain: Site Customer Distribution chain that the site is supplied by (KNVV)

22  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 22 = is supplied by = belongs to DC distribution chain Store distribution chain DCStore Supplying Relationships = delivers via / sells through

23  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 23 DC: Sales Price Valuation Distribution chain for sales price valuation

24  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 24 Assignment Working with Site Profiles Site Profile Reference site Cust. table Copy rule 1 Site category Customer VendorAccount group Reference dataControl parameters Store DC

25  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 25 Creating and/or changing new articles ArticlesArticles Logistic data store Article4711 DCH* Store * RP type ND Reference siteDependent sites Logistic Data store Article4711 Store R153 RP type ND Logistic Data store Article4711 Store R152 RP type ND Logistic data store Article4711 Store R151 RP type ND Independent site Logistic data store Article4711 Store R159 RP type RP automatic creation MABW-Record Article Master: Reference Site (1)

26  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 26 provides default data for Distribution chain North provides default data for Distribution chain South Optional Store Kiel Store Ulm Store Cologne DC Reference site - general Reference site Distribution chain South Reference site Distribution chain North Article Master: Reference Site (2) provides default data for Global TWPATVKOV

27  SAP AG 2003, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name / 27

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