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Urgent: Blueprinting Phase in FSCM

Hello! I am joining a project in FSCM on AR side which is in Blueprinting Phase and shortly going to Configuration.

I wanted to know what to look for in the blueprinting phase in FSCM and also what to seek for in the configuration. More focus is on cash management, credit management and dispute management. Please Help. If anybody has documents on FSCM config and blueprinting phase in wholesale distribution. Please email me at akenjariwala at google mail.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:46 PM

    P.S point will be rewarded for any documentation provided or blueprinting questions to look for in FSCM. Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 04:03 PM

    Hello

    Blue print document is confidential and varies from company to company, how ever I would try to give you some guide lines.

    - Understand the scope of sales and distribution, what sub modules of SAP and current business processes have been decided.

    - In principle you need to understand the "order to cash " cycle

    - At every SD process, relate to FI what documents are being generated

    - Some processes like master data creation, credit management policy of the client may be common to SD and FI, so they would part of both the processes

    - Use ASAP questionnaires and get feed back, comments and arrive at final list of processes in AR, credit management, collections and dispute management

    - Make visio and flow charts for every process in minutest detail

    -For every process, ensure , visualise the configuration, test scripts, user manuals etc, so that they would be prepared with ease in the next stage

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