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Could anyone please let me know as to how FS-CD is integrated with Accounts Receivable, in other words, account assignment? Also, with the special ledger when it comes to reporting?

Regards, Shilpa

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    Posted on May 11, 2009 at 06:46 AM


    The components of SAP Collections Management support you in active receivables management. Using collections strategies, you can valuate and prioritize customers from a receivables management view. Cutomers that fulfill the rules defined in a strategy are distributed to the worklists of the collection specialists. The collection specialists then contact the customers in their order of priority in order to collect receivables.

    To prepare the customer contact, you can use various key figures for the customer in the worklist. You can also display an overview of the current status of the open invoices of a customer account as well as the last payments, the customer contacts, and open resubmissions. If a customer gives a promise to pay, you can enter this in the system and follow its status. You can also define that a customer is to reappear on the worklist on a certain date. When you return to the worklist, you can documente the complete customer contact in the system.

    Integration with AR- Sending data from Accounts Receivable to Collections Management is an important process step for using the functions in SAP Collections Management. With the program FDM_COLL_SEND_ITEMS you can transfer data from Accounts Receivable (FI-AR) to Collections Management. This is data that the system needs for creating the worklists.

    Prerequisites: Before you start the program for sending FI-AR data to Collections Management, you must have fulfilled the following prerequisites:

    · You have made the required settings in Customizing for SAP Collections Management under Collections Management Basic Settings-> Basic Data and under Integration with Accounts Receivable ->Distribution of Data in Collections Management.

    · You have performed master data distribution

    To run the program, from the SAP Easy Access screen choose Accounting->Financial Supply Chain Management-> Collections Management->Integration with Accounts Receivable Accounting->riodic Processing->Distribution of Data to Collections Management.

    Features: When you transfer data to Collections Management, you have the following options:

    · Initial data transfer (initial load transaction

    · Periodic data transfer (delta procedure)

    · Data transfer for specific company codes and customers according to your selection

    You usually run the program once with the option Initial Data Transfer. In doing this, you transfer the company codes defined in Customizing that participate in Receivables Processing using the component SAP Collections Management.

    You then run the program regularly with the option Periodic Data Transfer. In this case, only data that has been changed is considered.

    You use the option Data Transfer According to Selection in exception situations to recreate certain customers or company codes.

    Hope this helps you. Let me know if you need anyother information.



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