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FI Reports for spend analysis


I'm looking into report(s) that can possibly be used to provide information regarding the spend analysis from the FI side to assist in operation analysis being conducted by the Procurement.

The reports required should include;

Only financial documents from creditors, Financial documents include: invoices, credits memos, cancellation of invoice and credit memos for FY15-16.

As we need to see both financial and procurement data, the data should include invoices with purchase order reference and purchasing category.

Can you suggest any reports or ways in this could be achieved?

Kind Regards.


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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 06:20 AM


    Have you explored Vendor Spend analysis reports?


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    • Former Member

      Hi Shubham,

      Thanks for the suggestion, but it seems these reports are based in SAP BIW. I'm looking into something that I can use within SAP ECC and any standard reports SAP provides.

      If you can suggest anything similar in ECC that would be great.


  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 02:46 PM

    What exactly do you mean by purchasing category and PO reference?

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    • Hi Amanda,

      I would suggest to look at standard report FBL1N (and S_ALR_87012103). Depending on config in your system PO number may (or may not) be available out-of-the-box in some column such as reference. Vendor nbr is always there.

      Please note that FBL1N could be easily enhanced via business transaction event 1650 (please search at scn for more info if need be) and almost any AP-related info available in ERP could be added via small piece of ABAP code in function module.

      Best regards,


  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 03:25 PM


    Refer standard reports with MCE5, MCEC , MC45 and MC.A or else go for development. Refer


    Biju K

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