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About the business process of my domain.

What is inter co. sales.


What is transfer of requirements.
How do you set up an enterprise structure and about the assignments to each othe
r.
Components of warehouse mgmt.
Customer master data and its views (all 3).
About the material master data and its views.
Can data can be copied from customer master data and can be overwritten in the s
ales doc.
Determinations:
Plant, Shipping point, Route, Free goods, Item Category, Warehouse,D
elivery item category.
Levels in sales doc. Type
Which blocks can be customized in Sales document type (Delivery & Billing) and i
n item category (billing block).
Pricing:
What is pricing?
The condition technique
The Pricing procedure table (explanation all 16 fields)
What does price change function do
What are pricing reports
What is hierarchy pricing, Manual
How taxes are determined
Rebate agreements
13. How the BOM is configured and where.
14. What are copy controls and its structure
15. Special Business transactions and their configuration:
Rush Order, Cash Sales, Consignment fill-up, Consignment issue, Con
signment pick-up,
Consignment return.
What is transfer order and how it is created.
What is Quality Mgmt. In shipping.
What is proof of delivery.
Which data will be redetermined when Sold to party is changed in sales order bef
ore saving the order.
What is proforma invoice.
What effects we will see after creating a billing doc. (updating SIS, credit a/c
etc.)
Master data forms the basis of all transactional processing. This is especially
true for Sales and Distribution processing.
Master data creation, ownership, and maintenance are the responsibility of all
modules. The structure and data within a
company s master data govern how the system is to respond to future transactions o
r analysis.

Customer master data in SD is divided into three main areas.

Basic Data This data remains the same for the customer regardless of which organ
ization
he buys from your company. Examples of this type of data are the customer addre
ss and
contact details.
Organizational Data This is customer data related to your organizational structu
re for
example, the customer may prefer stock to be delivered from plant YX01 when an
order is
placed in a specific sales area. (Sales area is explained later.) The customer
may then
wish stock to be delivered from a plant closer to his location YX02 when a sales
order is
placed in another sales area. A customer master record may exist for many sales
areas. You
can then have different data for the different sales areas, even though you are
taking the
order from the same customer and using the same customer number.

Company Code Data A customer master record must also have company-related data.
This
data is used for financial accounting purposes. An example of company code data
is the
reconciliation account. A customer master record may exist for more than one com
pany code
for example, when you have more than one company in your organization and the cu
stomer can
buy from any one of them.

A sales area is a specific combination of a sales organization, a distribution c


hannel,
and a division. The sales organization is the legal entity responsible for the s
ale. You
usually have a sales organization for each company code. The distribution channe
l is the
way you send your product to the market for example, you may have a retail distri
bution
channel and a wholesale distribution channel. A division is a product division for
example,
original equipment or spare parts. The combination of these represents the sale
s area. So
when a customer places an order with sales organization ABC in the retail distr
ibution
channel for spare parts, you have identified the sales area. The processes may d
iffer when
a customer purchases from the same sales organization and the same division, but
is
purchasing wholesale, so the sales area would then be different as well.
Due to the distribution channel being different, that is wholesale.)

The customer master sales area data allows you to specify different master data
(for example different payment terms)
based on the sales areas.

There are additional forms of customer master data for example, the customer credi
t master record, which is
related to the customer master record, shown in Figure below.

Read more: http://www.bench3.com/2010/01/all-about-sd-customer-master-data-in.ht


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