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  • Welcome to the topic on handling returns and exchanges in the sales process.
  • In this topic, we will explore how to handle issues that arise from deliveries. We will process returned items, redeliver items, and see how we can use negative rows in a sales documents to handle partial credits and exchanges.
  • To increase customer satisfaction, the company has a liberal policy for returning items for replacement, exchange, or credit.When problems arise from the delivery, a Return document is used to give credit or to provide an option for redelivery from the original sales order.Sometimes the customer wants to return an item to exchange it for a different item. In those cases, the option for negative rows on a sales document can be used to return an item and exchange it for another
  • A redelivery can be created from a sales order after items are returned.An option exists to reopen the original sales order.The open quantity of an item is increased in sales order according the quantity in the return document.The option to allow redelivery can be chosen by a user or set to occur automatically.One advantage is that redelivery reduces the need for duplicate orders.Another advantage is that subsequent deliveries are easier and more transparent. You can view the connection between the documents in the relationship map. The same functionality in exists on the purchasing side for purchase orders and goods receipt POs. When you create a goods return, the purchase order can be reopened to receive replacement items on a goods receipt PO.
  • Let us look at a business example for redelivery.The customer has ordered 10 laptops. The sales order was copied to a delivery for the 10 laptops. When the delivery was saved, the sales order was automatically closed. Since all 10 were delivered there is no open quantity on the sales order.There was problem with 3 of the laptops. The delivery was referenced to create a Return for a quantity of 3. The user chooses to reopen the sales order so that the quantity of 3 can be redelivered.A subsequent delivery is created from the original sales order. The open quantity of 3 is delivered, so the sales order is automatically closed and the open quantity on the sales order returns to 0.
  • To offer users the option of redelivery, the setting must be made in advance.You can enable the functionality on the Document Settings window for sales orders. Choose the option to enable reopening of orders wile creating returns based on orders.An additional option is available to always allow the reopening of items in the original order. If this is chosen, then the sales order is always reopened. If left unchecked, a box will appear as the return is saved to ask if the user would like to reopen the items in the original order.
  • Negative rows have been an option since release 8.8. Negative rows allow you to give credits directly on sales or purchasing documents. Using negative rows you can make corrections directly in a marketing document without a using a separate credit memo.The sales documents enabled for negative rows are: A/R Invoice, A/R credit memo, Delivery and Return.Negative rows can also be added to marketing documents in the procurement process. The purchasing documents enabled for negative rows are: A/P invoice, A/P credit memo, Goods Receipt PO and Goods Return.On most sales documents, like a delivery or A/R invoice, the negative row is a credit. However a negative row added to an A/R credit memo will actually be a debit line which charges the customer rather than credits the customer. That is because a positive total on a credit memo indicates a credit; therefore a negative amount on an A/R credit memo will indicate that the customer owes us.Another good example of a use for a negative row is to give a customer credit for sending back packaging while they are ordering more items.In most localizations, you can have a document with a negative amount. This can be useful in case the amount on the credit rows exceeds the amount on the debit rows in an A/R invoice.
  • In our business example, our customer has ordered 5 batteries.The customer quickly realizes that the batteries are the wrong kind.The customer would like to exchange the incorrect batteries for the correct batteries.We can create a sales document, such as a delivery or an A/R invoice to ship out the correct batteries The same document can include a negative row (or credit row) to receive the returned batteries into stock and credit the customer.

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  • Sales – A/R Returns and Exchanges SAP Business One, Version 9.0
  • Objectives At the end of this module, you will be able to:  Describe how to handle issues that arise from deliveries  Returns  Redeliveries  Exchanges © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
  • Business Example To increase customer satisfaction, the company has a liberal policy for returning items for replacement, exchange, or credit. When problems arise from the delivery, a Return document is used to give credit or to provide an option for redelivery from the original sales order. Sometimes the customer wants to return an item to exchange it for a different item. In those cases, the option for negative rows on a sales document can be used to return an item and exchange it for another. © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  • Correction Documents Sales Order Delivery Return © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. A/R Invoice A/R Credit Memo 4
  • Return Delivery Return © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
  • Return example  We shipped the customer a quantity of 5 keyboards  The delivery created a journal entry for decrease in inventory value and the cost of goods sold  The customer asked to return the 5 keyboards Cost Account Stock Account 50 50  When the return is processed, a journal entry is created to record:  A credit to the cost account for the full amount  a debit to the sales returns Cost Account Sales Return 50 50 account © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  • Effect of a Return Return Cost Account Sales Returns 50 50 Warehouse (Quantity) General Ledger (Value) © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  • Redelivery    A redelivery can be created for a sales order after items are returned. Option exists to reopen sales order. The open quantity of item is increased in sales order. © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved.  The option to allow redelivery can be chosen by a user or set to occur automatically.  Redelivery reduces the need for duplicate orders.  Subsequent deliveries are easier and more transparent.  Same functionality exists in purchasing. 8
  • Redelivery Example Initial Sales Process Sales Order: Status: Closed Open Qty: 0 Sales Order, Qty. 10 Delivery 1 Qty. 10 Return (Based on Delivery) Sales Order: Status: Open Open Qty: 3 Delivery 1 Return, Qty. 3 Subsequent Delivery of Open Quantity Sales Order: Status: Closed Open Qty: 0 Sales Order © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Delivery 2 Qty. 3 9
  • Prerequisites for Redelivery © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
  • Exchanges by negative rows  Make corrections directly in a marketing document without a credit memo  Negative rows can be added to:  Delivery  A/R Invoice  Return  A/R Credit Memo  Example: customers can get a credit for sending back packaging while ordering more items. © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
  • Exchange example  The customer orders 5 batteries  The customer discovers the batteries are not the correct kind  The customer wants to exchange batteries  Create a delivery to ship out the correct batteries  Add a negative row to return the incorrect batteries © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
  • Demo – Returns, Redeliveries and Exchanges © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13
  • Summary Here are some key points:  The Return document is used to process items returned from a customer after a delivery. It allows you to reverse the stock postings and any related accounting postings of a delivery either partially or fully.  An option exists to reopen the related sales order for redelivery when posting returns. Configuration for this option is set in document settings for the sales order.  Another option for correcting deliveries and managing exchanges is negative rows.  The sales documents enabled for negative rows are: A/R Invoice, A/R credit memo, Delivery and Return.  Several purchasing documents are also enabled for negative rows. © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 14
  • Thanks! You have completed the topic on returns and exchanges. Thank you for your time! © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15
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