SD3: Create Sales Order A sales order contains all of the information needed to process customers request. The steps for creating a sales order: 1.Pricing 2.Credit limit check 3.Availability Check 4.Delivering Schedule 5.Shipping point and route determination 6.Transfer of requirements to MRP 7.foreign trade and license processing
SD3-1: Pricing SAP can display pricing information at both the header and the line item level for sales order. It enables the user to program varied pricing procedures to meet individual organizations needs. The pricing is extendable; it can be attached, or extended to external pricing programs or elements outside SAP for pricing. It also allows Gross to Net pricing: This allows discounts and reductions from the ‘master’ price.
SD3: Create Sales Order The sales order document is made up of three primary areas: ◦Header Data relevant for the entire sales order: customer data, total cost of the order, number of the sold-to party, number of the ship-to party and the payer, document currency and exchange rate, pricing elements for the entire document, delivery date and shipping point order ◦Line Item Information about the specific product: Ex: material and quantity, cost of an individual line ◦Schedule Lines Uniquely belongs to a Line Item, contains delivery quantities and dates for partial deliveries
Exercises: (due date 3/6/2013) 144a. Create customer quotation 144. Create sales order from sales quotation 145. Check stock status 146. Create delivery note for sales order 147. Check stock status 148. Picking materials on delivery note 149. Post goods issue 150. Check stock status 151. Bill customer 152. Post receipt of customer payment 153. Review document flow 154. Create Customer Material Info Record 155. Create sales order using customer info record 156. Create delivery for sales order 157. Pick materials on delivery note
Exercises: 158. Post goods issue 159. Bill customer 160. Post receipt of customer payment 161. Create a scheduling agreement 162. Process deliveries for a scheduling agreement 163. Display scheduling agreement 164. Check stock status 165. Bill customer 166. Run customer credit check 167. Post receipt of customer payment