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Billing with multiple payer

Hello,

We have a requirement where when a product A say priced at 100 INR is sold, it will be paid by multiple payers e.g Payer1 will pay 80 INR and Payer 2 will pay 20 INR. So, in the sales order for item A (having quantity 1 EA) there will be multiple payers, Payer1 and Payer2 for item A. When this line item A is billed, Payer1 should be invoiced for 80 INR + Tax (for quantity 1 EA) and Payer2 should be invoiced for 20 INR + Tax (for quantity 1 EA)

Please advise how to map this.

regards

siva

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    Oct 20, 2008 at 08:08 AM

    Hi ,

    u can do with copy controls

    Invoice Split

    This is an example of a data transfer routine. FORM routines for data transfer allow you to fine tune the transferred fields during the copying process. This requirement identifies additional spilt criteria from the delivery that is to be used in determining when to create a new invoice.

    Specifically, the following fields are used as split criteria: division, distribution channel, department and receiving point.

    Example

    If your customer has multiple accounting facilities in one office and they would like a separate invoice issued per department, this can be accomplished by assigning this requirement to the appropriate billing item category. Upon change of department a new invoice will be issued.

    i hope it will usefull for u .

    Best regards,

    venkataswamy.y

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    Oct 20, 2008 at 07:38 AM

    Is this a hypothetical situation or a real one?

    how does the company decide how much each payer will pay?

    do they manually want to decide for every billing the payers and the percentages?

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  • Oct 20, 2008 at 09:00 AM

    Dear Siva

    No it is not possible unless you maintain line item wise different Payer. You can generate multiple invoices against one order / delivery if Payer is different.

    Last but not least, from my experience, I have never come across in a situation where for one order, there were multiple payers !!!!!! As already guessed rightly, for knowledge sake, this question would have been posted !!!!!!!

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member

      This is the real time situation in case of a Medical Instrument provider company. This company provides instruments to their customers and gets paid by the financial institutes.

      regards

      siva