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Pcard process

This is the scenario:

Client uses P-card for small purchases and gets statement from teh bank and pays for it.

In this case how do we set up Pcard as a payment method. If yes, how do we set it up.

For reconciliation what do we do. If someone has worked with this process, can you please expolain it in detail

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2008 at 03:04 PM

    Hi,

    For complicated process, always we should think simple solutions first.

    In FBZP, create P (PCard) as other payment method.

    In F110, use P as payment method.

    For Manual payments, use T.code F-53 and paument method P

    Since small purchases, use FI vendor invoice, T.code FB60.

    First try this process. Always how big the business process, we should understand and make it simple.somtimes client requirement may be vague, not possibel in sap, we can reject the client requirement, saying that is not possibel in SAP.

    Please let me know if you need mor einformation.

    Assign points if useful.

    Regards

    Sridhar M

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    • Former Member

      YOu are right about setting it up as a pmt method but how to put this pmt method o work for automated pmt program. how do we set up this pmt method to actually pay a vendor (need to know if w set up any intrface and if yes then how do we set it up)

      Also if you can help me with another issue, paying a vendor with debit card, how does that worrk in SAP? what needs to be configured?

      thanks

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