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FICO integration with mm and sd

hai to all

i am a fico guy and i want to know integration between mm and sd . can anybody tell me what is the flow we follow between these three modules

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:48 AM

    MM FLOW

    Material requisition  Purchase requisition  Call for enquiry, do

    quotations and price comparisons  Purchase order  Release procedure

     Goods receipt  Invoice verification  Raw material consumption

     Production receipt  Delivery sales

    • Material requisition(by production dep to stores)

    Stores will check whether there is material or not. If material is not there then they purchase

    • Purchase requisition(by stores to purchases)

    • Call for enquiry, they do quotations and price comparisons

    • Purchase order

    PO contains vendor no, material qty, rates, tax code, delivery terms,

    payment terms etc.

    • Release procedure

    • Goods receipt

    Inventory r/m dr

    To GR/IR clrg r/m a/c

    • Invoice verification

    GR/IR r/m dr

    To vendor a/c

    • Raw material consumption

    r/m consumption dr

    to inventory r/m a/c

    • Production receipt

    Inventory finished goods dr

    To inc/dec in stock finished goods

    • Delivery

    Inc/dec in stock finished good dr

    To inventory finished good

    • Sales

    Customer a/c dr

    To sales

    SD FLOW

    • The basis of the sales process is the sales order . After receiving an inquiry from a customer a sales order has to be created to start the process.

    • The sales order is generated on the level of the distribution chain. The ordered items may belong to different divisions. The sales order is an SD document and does not lead to posting in Financial Accounting.

    • After the sales order is entered, the system performs an availability check for the desired delivery date.

    • At the day of the shipping , a delivery document is created. The delivery is not ready for billing before the goods are picked from the warehouse inventory and posted as goods issue.

    For the picking process, the warehouse management functionality is used. A warehouse transfer order has to be created which generates the picking request. The requested goods are picked from the warehouse and prepared for the delivery.

    The goods to deliver are posted as goods issued . A goods issue document is created in MM and an accounting document is created in FI to post the goods issued on the right G/L accounts.

    • The concluding activity in Sales and Distribution is billing . A billing document is created in SD and a printed invoice is sent to the customer. Simultaneously, an FI document is generated to post the receivables and revenues on the right accounts.

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:40 AM

    <u><b>FI-SD INTEGRATION</b></u>

    Process Flow in SD

    <b>Step 1 </b>Receipt of enquiry from customers( only SD is involved)

    <b>Step 2</b> Sending quotatios(SD)

    <b>Step 3</b> Receipt of sales order(SD)

    <b>Step 4 </b>Delivery of finished goods(SD, MM and FI are involved)

    Entry will be

    Change in stock a/c Dr

    Finished goods inventory a/c Cr

    <b>Step 5</b> Billing and invoicing to customer( SD and FI)

    Entry will be

    Customer a/c Dr

    Sales a/c Cr

    For this step create number ranges for document type RV in t code OBA7

    Step 6 Receipt of payment(SD-FI)

    cash a/c Dr

    Customer a/c Cr

    CUSTOMIZATION STEPS

    In T code VKOA assign sales account to account key ERL

    depending upon the pricing procedure in SD we have to assign accounts in VKOA.This in the main screen where FI and SD are integrate

    <b>FI-MM Integration

    </b>

    Process Flow in MM

    <b>Step 1</b> Generating purchase requisition( PP-MM involved)

    <b>Step 2 </b> Making inquiries (MM)

    <b>Step 3 </b> Raising purchase order (MM)

    <b>Step 4 </b>Release of purchase order ( MM)

    <b>Step 5 </b> Goods received from vendor ( MM and FI )

    Entry will be

    Raw Material Inventory a/c Dr.

    GR/IR clearing a/c Cr.

    <b>Step 6 </b>Invoice verification and quality assurance (FI and MM)

    Entry will be

    GR/IR clearing a/c Dr

    <b>Vendor a/c Cr

    Step 7</b> Goods issued for consumption(MM, FI and PP)

    Entry will be

    Raw material consumption a/c Dr

    Raw material inventory account Cr

    <b>Step 8</b> Production receipt( FI, MM & PP)

    Entry will be

    Finished goods inventory a/c Dr

    Change in stock Cr

    <b>Step 9 </b> Finished goods delivered to customer(MM, SD & FI)

    Entry will be

    Change in stock Dr

    Finished goods inventory a/c Cr

    <b>Step 10</b> Raising invoice on customers( SD & FI)

    Customers a/c Dr

    Sales a/c Cr

    Step 11 Receipt of payment from customers( Same as SD-FI integration)<u></u>

    Please assign points if useful<u></u>

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:43 AM

    Hi,

    Cehck the link - http://www.surya-padhi.net/fico/fico_index.htm

    In it click the link 'Documents' in General ledger section.

    U get documents on fi-mm-sd integration.

    Also, check - http://www.sap-img.com/financial/integration-of-fico-with-other-modules.htm

    Thanks,

    Sridevi

    <i>* Pls. assign points, if useful</i>

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    Sridevi

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