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difference between cash sales and rush order

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what is difference between cash sales and rush orders

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi,

    In case of cash sales the billing document is generated immediately after the order is saved.

    In case of rush order,delivery will be created immediately.

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    <b>Cash Sales:</b> In This type of order CS, as soon as you save the sales order the delivery is automatically created as same date.

    And billing will also be generated at the same date as soon as you save the delivery document.

    In a rush order, the customer picks up the goods immediately, or you deliver them on the same day as when the order was created. When you save the rush order, a delivery is automatically created in the standard system. Billing the rush order takes place as normal, after the delivery.

    In the standard system, sales document type RO is saved for rush orders with immediate delivery type LF. Once the goods have been removed from storage, the goods are picked, and goods issue is posted.

    Once the billing documents are created (for example, in collective processing), invoice papers are printed and sent to the customer.

    <b>Rush Order: </b>In this type of Order RO , The delivery will be created as soon as you save the sales order.But you bill the customer later.

    In cash sales, you can process an order for when the customer orders the goods, picks them up, and pays for them immediately. The delivery is processed at the same time as when the order is created and a cash invoice is printed immediately: billing is therefore related to the order, unlike rush and standard orders. Receivables are not created for the customer, as they are for rush and standard orders because the amount in the invoice is immediately posted to a cash account.

    In the standard system, sales document type BV (CS) is saved for cash sales with immediate delivery type BV.

    When the sales employee creates a cash sale, the system automatically proposes the current date as the date for delivery and billing. Once the order has been posted, a delivery with type BV is created immediately in the background and the system prints a document that is used as an invoice for the customer.

    The invoice papers are controlled with output type RD03, contained in the output determination procedure for order type CS.

    To know more about these orders Goto T/C vov8, and double click the document types CS and RO.

    Regards

    AK

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:18 AM

    Hi Nag,

    The difference between the two scenarios in terms of business process, is that, in Cash Sales the customer would be billed immediately whereas in case of the Rush Order it would be at a later date.

    Credit Check is not applicable for the Cash Sales and incase of Rush Order it can be done if required.

    Document Type for Cash Sales is CS and Rush Order is RO.

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    Nadarajah Pratheb

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  • Aug 22, 2007 at 05:18 AM

    generally cash sales are for one time customer and rush order for regular customers.

    in cash sale long with del , transfer order also printed automatically.

    Invoice is created automatically once you saving sales doc.

    out put proce Rd03 assigned to sales doc

    no out from billing doc(out put proc not assigned to billing doc)

    finance accounts posted in cah clearing account not in revenue and customer account

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:21 AM

    hi nageshwar,

    in both the cases we'll deliver the goods immediately.

    In cash sale we'll give invoice output at the time of order creation.

    No credit in cash sale process.

    we use billing type BV for cash sale.

    we use std billing type F2 for rush order.

    in cash sale sales values posted to cash account directly.

    In rush order the sales values are posted normally.

    there are the major differences..

    ..i request our experts to look into this and provide some more differences

    thanks & regards

    raj

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:32 AM

    hi,

    cash sale scenario: ex: when you go and buy the shirt for you in the shop, delivery happens as and when the invoice has been raised for that product.

    what you observe here, all activities will happen with immediate effect.

    in standard sap, the document type for cash sale is CS and billing type is BV.

    in standard sales order OR, at the document header level, if you see the shipping condition will be blank and the immediate delivery also looks blank. and the billing type would be F2. where as in cash sale CS

    the shipping condition will be 10 - it means immediate, even immediate delivery also will be X and billing type will be BV. these adjustments have to be made by the functional consultants as per the client requirements.

    But Rush order, everything looks similar like cash sale, but the billing will happen in a regular basis like standard sales order OR. why?

    ex- the client doesnot want to loose the customer by saying the stock is not available in his store presently, so he arrange the same item for the customer from another retail store and fulfil the customer requirement.

    so here what happens, order and delivery happens, the invoice will be raised later.

    i hope this would make you clear of cash sale and rush order concept.

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    regards

    KR

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 05:55 AM

    Dear nag nageshwar

    1. Cash Sales: In this process a customer will come to the outlet pay cash and take the product he wants to buy. The billing document is generated immediately after the order is saved.

    2. Rush order: Where the customer wants the material on a urgent basis. so in sap we create order and delivery at a time. So here Delivery will be created immediately.

    Hope this helps you.

    Do award points if you found them useful.

    Regards,

    Rakesh

    P.S. you can send me a mail at my mail id rakeshsinghchauhan@gmail.com for any specific details

    In case of rush order,delivery will be created immediately.

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