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Promotion planning -> SD-CO-PA relationship

Can anybody give me brief explanations for the answers of the following multiple choice question (answers for each choice)?

Thanks in advance for the answers...

Which of the following statements are correct regarding promotion planning?

(a) Accurate reporting is possible because data can be transferred from SD to CO-PA at three different stages.

(b) Budgets are created as planning versions in CO-PA for sales and marketing strategies. Agreements, such as sales deals for marketing campaigns are created in SD.

(c) In the agreement, planned values for the condition records can be passed to CO-PA as a commitment.

(d) Budgets can be monitored by comparing the two versions (budget vs. commitment)

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2008 at 05:57 PM

    Little complex. I will try to answer based on my past knowledge:

    Which of the following statements are correct regarding promotion planning?

    (a) Accurate reporting is possible because data can be transferred from SD to CO-PA at three different stages.

    Yes, you can transfer data from SD at sales order, delivery and invoicing creating. If you have different requirement then check user exits and there you can get some more options.

    (b) Budgets are created as planning versions in CO-PA for sales and marketing strategies. Agreements, such as sales deals for marketing campaigns are created in SD.

    Yes, sale deals are creating in SD. If you are using CRM then there is separate functionality for deals.

    (c) In the agreement, planned values for the condition records can be passed to CO-PA as a commitment.

    Not clear to me.

    (d) Budgets can be monitored by comparing the two versions (budget vs. commitment)

    Yep, you can compare two versions.

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