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What is the difference between LIS and SIS?

Hi Gurus,

What is the difference/similarities between LIS and SIS?

Thanks,

Paul

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    Feb 10, 2008 at 11:36 AM

    hi,

    The Logistics Information System (LIS) is made up of the following information systems:

    Sales Information System

    Purchasing Information System

    Inventory Controlling

    Shop Floor Information System

    Plant Maintenance Information System

    Quality Management Information System

    Retail Information System (RIS)

    Transport Information System (TIS)

    Out of this SIS (sales information system ) is one.

    In the standard system, the following information structures are available in the Sales Information System:

    S001 "Customer"

    S002 "Sales office"

    S003 "Sales organization"

    S004 "Material"

    S005 "Shipping point"

    S006 "Sales employee "

    These information structures form the data basis for the respective standard analysis of the same name.

    In addition to the above information structures, the standard shipment also includes information structures that are used internally (S066/67 Credit Management, S060 rebate processing and S009/14 sales support).

    regards

    sadhu kishore

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Nice explanation, Thanks.. Can you pls tell me how to extract the data from SIS structures? I didn't work on SIS yet.

      Thank you,

      Natarajan.