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How to map Resource related billing through sap pm

Hi all,

I have a new requirement from one of my client.


one plant(says A) provides the maintenance workers to other plant(Says B).


Plant A charge on hourly basis to plant B. Workers fill time sheet daily.


Then how to map this scenario through sap pm.


i guess it should be done through work center. kindly share.

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 12:11 PM

    Hi Punit,

    Please go through the link below

    https://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/f8/56e78ea009504bb584baa5ad3cb648/content.htm?frameset=/en/e7/f272231b…

    it is explained very briefly with two difference scenario

    please check and revert if you have any specific questions

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    punit punit,

    There are different options depending on whether the plants are in the same Company Code , or not??

    PeteA

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    • For scenarios where the plants share the same company code, then you execute and settle your work orders as per normal.

      Typically this involves the sending (from work centre) and receiving (settlement) costs centres posting actual costs.

      The cost centre managers can then determine how much to back-charge. This task is often performed by the Finance Team.

      For scenarios where the plants do not share the same company code, then you have a few options:

      • Resource related billing (see link above)
      • Plant A creates a PR/PO against Plant B. Then plant B creates a Sales Order against Plant A. This can be automated. The PR/PO could be linked to the order directly, or via a contract, or not at all..

      PeteA

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