Rebate agreement process : important !

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babpaca
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Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by babpaca » Mon Jun 25, 2007 7:21 am

Hello,

Here are my 2 problems concerning the Rebate process.

1- From rebate agreement data base, is it possible to generate a MM flow (or directly a FI-AP invoice) instead of a credit memo request in SD component ?
The reason of this request is as our suppliers will invoiced us a service, we need to post a vendor invoice and not a customer credit memo.

2- At present, in SD, our pricing is based on sales order and not on billing document.
For example :
Price for a material in 2006 : 12,00 euros
Price for a material in 2007 : 13,00 euros

15/12/2006 Sales order Quantity 150 / Price : 12,00 €
10/01/2007 Delivery
11/01/2007 Billing document Quantity 150 / Price : 12,00 € even if a rise in prices has been occurred to 13 euros

Creating a rebate agreement in February with validity date from 01-01-2007 à 31-12-2007 and launching VBOF transaction, this billing document will not been selected because my sales order is from 2006 !
I suppose that this behavior is normal because pricing is based on sales order. I made a new test creating a 2nd rebate agreement with validity date form 01-12-2006 à 31-12-2007 and my billing document has been selected.
Do you know a way to do not use the same rules in SD flow and rebate agreement in order to select according to the billing document and not to the sales order.

Thanks a lot in advance for your answers.

Regards

Babpaca

gee_sap
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by gee_sap » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:17 am

Hi, please let me know if you have found a solution for generating a FI-AP doc rather than SD as we also have this need

"1- From rebate agreement data base, is it possible to generate a MM flow (or directly a FI-AP invoice) instead of a credit memo request in SD component ?
The reason of this request is as our suppliers will invoiced us a service, we need to post a vendor invoice and not a customer credit memo. "

Thanks

vinay427
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by vinay427 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 2:46 pm

Rebate credit memo must be created.when partial or final settlemeent is made. You can generate print checks automatiucally from the credit memo. AP can use F110 transaction.

gee_sap
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by gee_sap » Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:14 am

We are currently following AP process using payment run etc F110 however there seems to be legal/fiscal requirement to post rebate payments for services to a separate vendor account i.e. not allowed to go to customer account. Has anyone come across this?

vinay427
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by vinay427 » Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:12 am

here at our client, we post the settlements to an alternate reconciilation account, then we use F110 using this account number & customer characteristic to issue check

gee_sap
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by gee_sap » Sat Sep 12, 2009 4:05 am

Thanks Vinay. The idea of using company specific master data ('customer characteristics') have come up as we still cannot find a SAP standard way of generating the AP posting rather than the AR posting. WHen you say using customer characteristics do you mean you are 'flagging' customers in a certain way and then generating the necessary posting on e.g. billing user exit? Thanks

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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by YYZ_SAP » Sat Sep 12, 2009 4:17 am

Hi,
Maybe he means, that on the customer account the vendor account has been added.
Regards,
Jan Pel

vinay427
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Re: Rebate agreement process : important !

Post by vinay427 » Mon Sep 14, 2009 2:11 pm

sorry for the late reply.....what i mean by 'customer characteristics' is the selection inside the F110 transaction which nothing is but just specifying for which rebate receipient you must issue the check too.
and to clarify we create AR docuemnts and issue checks out of it

thanks,
vinay,

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