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Dear All,

I am going to work on a pipeline laying project , mainly activities involved are excavation , laying of pipeline , welding ,backfilling etc.material like cs pipes and welding rods are involved. As per terms at the end of project , we can do 80% of billing depending on certified measurement sheets which contains length of pipeline laid.Now for that wbs(execution) , I have ticked billing element operative indicator , have attached a milestone of 80% billing with fixed date. After this I am unable to proceed further , how can I do billing in PS ? As per some guess , I have to create client as customer in customer master than can anyone help by step by step solution. Biling format is just length laid * rate.Sales order is made for any material,how can I make SO for this format?

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    Posted on Mar 16, 2009 at 08:14 AM

    Hi,

    This scnerio is called Milestone billing.

    Already lot of threads are there in the forum. Pls. chk it.

    Regards

    Prabu

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 11:29 AM

    Hi

    The billing can be a proforma invoice type to be raised to the customer. This type of billing can be mapped with milestone billing process.

    Add a milestone to an activity which says 80% works completion. Now copy the milestone in SD thru billing plan. All the milestone wil be copied there. Once the activity is set as confirmed then billing block will be removed automatically and the billing can be done

    Uddhab

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