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Has anyone implemented Collections Management with the SD Credit Management in ECC6.0?

Last year we upgraded to ECC 6.0. We are currently using a bolt on collections management system but we are looking at implementing Collections Management to replace it. Does anyone have any info on implementing only the Collections Management module of FSCM? Would we be better off implementing Credit Management also?



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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 08:47 AM

    I would pose a few questions back to you.

    1 - Do you currently use FI-AR Credit Management - if so does this satisfy your Credit Management requirements?

    2 - Have you got any future requirements to enhance or modify your Credit Management processes?

    3 - Would you see the need to have a Collection rule that looked at a Credit Management field?

    In terms of Collections, this is normally implemented before Credit Management, so I would implement that first, and then look at Credit Management, if this is applicable.

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      OK to answer your question you dont need to implement SAP FSCM Credit Management to use SAP Collections Management.

      I see you also mentioned Dispute Management. If you require to raise disputes from Collections then you will need to configure this. Again I am unaware of what your current 2rd tool does and so cant comment around any gaps you may have between it and SAP Collections Management.

      I would suggest you instruct a SI or SAP to help you through the scoping piece.

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