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rebate with also free goods and depending on a volume

Hi my company wants to use the rebates but some customers prefer goods instead of cash and my company wants to decide at the begining of the year the limit from which the customers are subject to rappel

1) What happens if some of my customers instead of money prefer goods?

May I modify the item category and introducing a new item relevant for delivery?

What about a free delivery but with a follow on document of invoice. I think that I would need the invoice to clear the account.

2) We want that the customer enjoys of the rebate if the bought quantity (volume of purchases) surpasses a limit-value. But in any other case we have to clear the account. Is it possible to fix a limit in the rebate arrangement.

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    Posted on May 30, 2007 at 02:16 PM

    Hi,

    I am by no means an expert on rebates, but to me it sounds like you really need to create your own custom process....

    (1) The standard rebate agreements in SAP settle the rebates through credit memos. This assignment is made in VOFA. Honestly I don't know that even a custom rebate agreement type would allow you to create a sales order or delivery with reference to the rebate agreement... You can try creating a custom rebate type in VOFA and linking it to a sales order instead of a billing doc... I doubt it will work though.

    (2) See if you can hijack the 'condition update' functionality (statistics table S071) to track the cumulative values for certain materials. Then you can try writing a pricing requirement for the condition type, marking the condition as inactive is a certain value has not been passed.

    Please let us know if you can get any of this to work.

    Thanks,

    Ben

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