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integration ps with co , mm and sd

hi sap gurs

where is the exactly integration ps with co , mm and sd.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:52 AM


    Integration with CO : Certain types of GL acs are defined as cost elements, these can be seen in costing reports.

    Costs incurred in project(actual), costs to be incurred(commitments),costs planned can be viewed as part of ps -co integration.

    Result analysis wherein actual profits of projects, work in progress etc can be analyzed as part of ps-co integration.

    Integration with SD:

    Sales order is made in SD. WBS element from Project system is referred in the S.O line item. Milestones depending on payment terms with customers is defined in proj systems (eg : 10% advance, 25% after receipt of material) etc.. These milestones are copied to Sales order Billing plan and subsequent billing can be done.

    Integration with MM:

    Material masters are defined in MM, In MRP views if strategy 21 is given for finished product, same matl is attached in proj structure, finished product can be produced using movement 581q.

    Simimarly procurement type and special proc key decide the type of procurement.Also individual collective indicator in MRP views decide whether the matl would be in plant or project stock. MRP type decides whether requirement would be generated after running proj MRP. Similarly costing and accounting views decide the cost(value) that will hit the project when material is received /consumed..

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