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Various reports for FG Material

Dear All,

I wish to know the various reports run for a FG material and it's different T codes.

My client requirement is as below

He should know which FG materials have aged above or equal to three months for which sales movement has not been possible.

For this automatic deletion flag should be set.

Please guide

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  • Posted on Jul 29, 2020 at 12:02 PM

    It does not sound logical to set deletion flag for materials for which you have stocks, it makes sense to analyze why you produce or procure stocks that you do not need and adjust your strategy.

    Or, if you have expired products - to scrap these.

    Or, if some materials are not sold or used in production or maintenance - whether you can use these somehow, for example - refurbish some spare parts, or use some of the materials to produce a different product that you have a higher chance of selling, or if some products are not sold as before - to run campaigns, introduce promotional prices... The idea of making a decision without investigating the root cause and taking an informed decision seems wrong.... even if you use ML to help you.

    Anyways, if you use S/4HANA - there is an app that can give overview on Slow or Non-Moving Materials, there is also an app for Dead Stock Analysis.

    For ECC6 you can probably look into MC50 and and MC46, but for S/4HANA the Fiori apps seem to be more useful to inventory managers than the legacy ones, especially the predictive feature in Slow or Non-Moving Materials seems to be a nice improvement.

    By the way, if you have searched in Google for sap dead stock slow moving report you would have found such kind of information easily on the first page of results.

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