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SAP Order To Cash Cycle


SAP Order To Cash Cycle

SAP Order To Cash Cycle

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  • 1. Order – To – Cash Cycle Presented by:-  Mohamed Talaat  Sherif Ismaiel  Mohamed Kamar To Eng. Marwa Abo El-Fotoh
  • 2. Agenda Introduction Module Integration Sales and distribution cycle Summary
  • 3. Interaction View – Order – to - Cash Warehouse Financials Sales & Distribution Management Business Document Quotation Quotation document Business Document Sales Order Business Document document Sales Order Sales Order based on quotation ref. document Availability check and Credit Limit Check product allocation Business Document Sales Order document Unblock sales order Business Document Delivery Business Document document Sales Order Delivery document Picking and confirmation Business Document Business Document Delivery Completed document Delivery doc. Packing Business Document Delivery document Billing Post goods issue Account Balancing Incoming payment
  • 4. Supply Chain Cycle
  • 5. Sales & Distribution Cycle Sales Order Payment Availability Process Check Outbound Billing Delivery Goods Transport Issue ation Picking
  • 6. Sales Order It is a document in which we collect all the customer orders and requirements for the goods or the services .. Which includes the following data:- Billing To Name Shipping to Bill Information Payment terms Delivery Time Items and its prices and description
  • 7. Sales Order Form
  • 8. Sales Order Tab This screen is the complete overview of our Sales order. Some important items listed on this sales order is the delivery date, the total amount of money due, type of payment and weight.
  • 9. Item Details This screen shows the complete overview of the actual item. It describes in detail exactly about the item. It shows the material used for the item, the pricing date, and the order quantity.
  • 10. Shipping This screen shows the shipping order. This screens displays the place in which the items will be shipped, it also shows the item, the material, the date for delivery, loading dock, and also total weight.
  • 11. Checking Availability One-time delivery When we can confirm the Customer's Requested delivery Date. Complete delivery When we can confirm the Customer's Requested complete delivery at a future Date. Delivery proposal When we can confirm the Customer's Requested delivery in partial quantities at future dates.
  • 12. Checking Availability
  • 13. Sales Order
  • 14. Outbound Delivery Once a sales order has been created, an outbound delivery document sent to the inventory. In order to follow up with the order.
  • 15. Sales & Distribution Cycle Sales Order Payment Availability Process Check Outbound Billing Delivery Goods Transport Issue ation Picking
  • 16. Delivery In shipping processing, all delivery procedure decisions can be made at the start of the process by:  Taking into account general business agreements with your customer.  Recording special material requests.  Defining shipping conditions in the sales order.
  • 17. Sales Order Management The shipping module supports the following functions, which include but are not limited to: Deadline monitoring for reference documents due for shipment (sales orders and purchase orders, for instance) Processing outbound deliveries. Information support for transportation planning.
  • 18. Picking the Delivery The picking process involves taking goods from a storage location and staging the goods in a picking area where the goods will be prepared for shipping.
  • 19. Picking System settings will allow picking to be carried out: Automatically (during outbound delivery creation) Routinely (at certain times) Manually (via an employee request)
  • 20. Sales & Distribution Cycle Sales Order Payment Availability Process Check Outbound Billing Delivery Goods Transport Issue ation Picking
  • 21. Billing Billing functions include: 1- Creation of invoices based on deliveries or services 2- Issue of credit and debit memos and pro forma invoices 3- Comprehensive pricing functions
  • 22. Billing 4- Issue rebates 5- Transfer billing data to financial accounting
  • 23. Billing
  • 24. Billing Methods Separate invoice Delivery Invoice per delivery Order Delivery Invoice Delivery Collective Order Delivery Invoice Invoice Order Delivery Invoice Invoice Order Delivery Split Invoice
  • 25. Pricing process Standard pricing calculates the gross price, then applies discounts, surcharges and applicable taxes to arrive at the final price Final price = Gross price - Discounts + Surcharges + Taxes
  • 26. Billing Plans Periodic — total amount for a planned billing period Milestone — distributing the total amount over multiple billing dates - typically used with the project system (PS) Installment — evenly proportioned amounts and defined payment dates Resource related — consumed resources such as service or consulting
  • 27. SD Milestone Billing Sales Sold-to : QAZ Industries Delivery Date : 06/20/97 Order Material : 546-dk1 Generator Price : $300,000 Billing Description % Value Billing Milestone Billing date block status 11/20/96 Contract 1030,000 - x x Billing 01/20/97 Assembly 40 120,000 - x x Plan 04/20/97 Operational 40 120,000 x x 05/20/97 Acceptance 1030,000 x x 06/20/97 Final invoice -- -- x
  • 28. Summary Sales Order Payment Process Availability Check * Integration of the Module with other Outbound Billing Delivery Modules * Supply chain Goods Transport management Issue ation Picking cycle
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  • 30. Thank You