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P-Card Issues


I am in the process of configuring P-Cards in SRM 5.0 Standalone. I am faced with the following issues:

1. I am not able to see the 'Procurement Card' drop-down field when the shopping cart is being created by the Requisitioner. How do I make this happen?

I can, however, see the 'Procurement Card' drop-down field in the Buyer Work List.

2. I have done all of the SRM configuration surrounding P-Cards. Is there a need to set up the card company 'VISA' as a Vendor in the ECC system? If so, in the SRM config where the ECC company code is assigned to the 'card company', should the Vendor field be the 'Card company ECC Vendor' or should it be the actual Vendor who supplies the goods?

3. What is the setting that makes an SRM Vendor a P-Card Vendor?

4. I have read a number of Forum notes on the IDoc process surrounding P-Cards. Here is my broad understanding. Please confirm and correct if some of this is inaccurate.

- The Requisitioner creates Standalone SC. (How does he select P- card as Payment method?)

- After approval, the SC goes to the Buyer Work List.

- The Buyer selects the Vendor that allows P-Card and creates PO.

- The Bank sends the settlement file at the end of the month.

- The SRM Z program processes the idoc BBP_PCSTAT using the bank file as the source.

- The SRM system generates an SRM Invoice that triggers the one or two-step P-Card Workflow.

- The Requisitioner makes changes to account assignment; the Manager approves the changes.

- The approved SRM Invoice is sent via IDoc ACLPAY and posted in the ECC system.

- Another IDoc IDOC ACC_GOODS_MOVEMENT is sent to ECC for reconciliation.

Please be assured of points. Thanks,


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