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Order Related Billing

Hi,

We have delivery related billing +MTO scenario.Sometimes customer extends delivery date,but ready to pay amount against invoice.This extension scenario comes when material is availalable for a particular sales order.(Means Order is created under normal delivery related billing scenario)

Can we do Order related billing at that time by changing ITEM Category in sales order at that time.

Is there any effect on MRP or production planning or on costing.

Kindly Advice.

Regards

Amit

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2009 at 05:43 AM

    No it is not adviceable to raise commercial invoice when the materials are not physically moved and also considering the fact that system will give wrong inventory value.

    In order to aviod this, better you generate order related proforma invoice, get the payment from customer and once PGI is done, commercial invoice can be generated.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hey Amit,

      As per my understanding Goods are already produced.... So no need of MRP Planning.

      Check which schedule line is there for the combination ( New Item Cat + MRP type), if its no Plan or ND,or KP then go ahead and change the item category. or else you can directly change the schedule line.

      Let me check also in the system. is your query be resolved let us know.

      Thanks,

      raja

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