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Customer invoice needs to be adjusted for Volume/qty shortage

We have a requirement where in a customer does not want the invoice to be issued until the Goods are received. At the time of Goods receipt, if they have any volume/qty difference, they want the Invoice to reflect the actual volume/quantity and reduced amount(instead of getting two billing documents - original invoice and credit memo).

Essentially customer wants to pay only for the QTY received (and do not want the hassle of paying more and receiving the credit later).

Is this even doable in SAP using Std. configuration? Thanks for the response.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2014 at 03:50 AM

    Hi,


    In Standard SAP, Once we create the Invoice , we can't adjusted the Qty in Original Invoice ( Qty Modification is not possible in Invoice Level).


    Work Around Solution are:


    1. Rather than creating the Original Invoice, create the Proforma Invoice and send the material, Once customer Confirm the Qty then raise the Original Invoice to Customer with confirmed Qty.


    Config: In Transaction Code: VOV7, Billing Relevance Should be K.


    2. Use POD Concept ( Proof of Delivery). to better understanding the concept check in Google so that you can find No.of documents.

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 05:14 PM

    Hi,

    explore POD (proof of delivery) functionality.

    Regards,

    JM

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    • Hi,

      it might work creating debit/credit memos from sales document, using a rebate settlement material typing quantity 1 and typing in the pricing condition, the amount (that you´ve already calculated manually as difference between rebate settlement done and what it should´ve been according to real quantities invoiced).

      While reporting, in this case, you have to consider all documents.

      Regards,

      JM

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