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Is anyone aware if itu2019s possible to create a Project with multiple WBSs with different company codes attached to them?

Example: Project#1 (CC.US),

WBS#1 (CC.US)

WBS#2 (CC.Canada)

WBS#3 (CC.Mexico).

And what would be the limitations if itu2019s possible?

Thanks for any response,

Nick

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 01:01 PM

    Hi,

    U can have different WBS Elements with different company codes with in a project.

    Thanks

    Kishore

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      Thanks for your response,

      Did you ever roll-up your costs from one WBS (CC.Canada), to another WBS (CC.USA) within the same project?

      If so, did you roll-up at a transfer price (with margin) or at cost, since itu2019s inter-company?

      Nick

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 09:03 AM

    Hello,

    I think if you keep two WBSE under same project but in different compnay and rolling up the cost, cost will summed up ....it will simple add. Because Project can have only one controlling area.

    If you want to debit the reciver company code by adding some margin then you should go by Resource Related Billing (RRB) concept.

    As per RRB.....Two projects should be there...

    1) Create on WBSE in reciever project to collect the cost of service rendered by supplier project.

    2) Supplier Project should raise the billing request .

    3) Supplier project to be credited and Reciever Project WBSE to be debited as per the billing amount.

    4) Billing request can be raised by configuring Dip profile or by directly from WBSE. T-code DP91.

    Let me know if this is of any help to you.

    Thanks

    Saikishore Ganga.

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