Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

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topcat123
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Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by topcat123 » Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:35 am

Hi Everyone,

We use the stanard IC process where an intercompany PO is created, delivered, the SD invoice has an output that creates an idoc which posts an inbound invoice receipt against the PO.

The problem is the price in the PO is set by the purchase info record (vendor/receiving plant/material). The price on the outbound invoice is set in VK13 by a transfer pricing condition record per sales org/customer/material (so basically the same as the PIR).

We have to constantly make sure the PIR and the VK13 entries match as there will be variances on the PO's 3way match.

Is there anyway you can get the price on the PO and invoice to come from the same source? How do you set this up?

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Re: Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by mike_ac » Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:55 am

Make sure the copy control is set to pull pricing from the PO. That should take care of it. We do the same thing here, no problems.
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Re: Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by topcat123 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:50 am

Thanks, what numbers have you in the copying requirements and data VBRK/VBRP fields in config?

Also what pricing procedure is defaulted into the IC invoice? Does it not pick up the PP from SD config or does it add the purchasing PP from the PO.

I assume it has to keep the SD one and if so how does it handle the price transfer form the PO to the invoice?

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Re: Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by mike_ac » Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:01 pm

Invoice type IV, from delivery type NLCC... Billing quantity "B," pricing type "G," and price source "A" (this is the important one). There really isn't much to it.
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Re: Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by topcat123 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:04 pm

mike_ac wrote:Invoice type IV, from delivery type NLCC... Billing quantity "B," pricing type "G," and price source "A" (this is the important one). There really isn't much to it.
Hi Thanks for the reply. I tried that but it's still not working.

We're obviously using an MM pricing procedure in the PO and then the IV has an SD pricing procedure.

Can you tell me the pricing condition you are using in each? Do they have to be the same?

Our condition in MM in ZPB0 and ZTRP in SD? How do you get the price to map properly.

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Re: Intercompay pricing - matching PO and invoice prices

Post by mike_ac » Fri Mar 08, 2013 8:27 am

Yes, they need to have the same name. The procedures should look very similar if you want the prices to be adopted verbatim from the PO.

If you just want to redetermine the same rates, you can use the reference condition field in condition customizing. That way, the names don't have to match. But, with intercompany it's usually best to guarantee a match, and adopt prices verbatim. So, you should have a lot of commonality in the two pricing procedures.
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