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Transfer Customer receivable to vendor

Nov 17, 2016 at 10:20 AM

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Hi Gurus,

We have a scenario; at one of our client (which is Transportation Company to book customer receivable and transfer it to vendor.

Actually this is a transportation industry and has large number of owned fleets and also provides fleet management facility to their vendor. In fleet management process all revenue earned by vendor’s fleet has to be transfer to the vendor on which my client deducts their commission and maintenance changes. Their requirement is to book customer receivable and transfer it back to the vendor after deducting commission and expenses. For example there is a customer Order for amount 100, so the transferable amount to vendor will be 100 less commission expense less On-Trip expense paid to vendors driver and this will be book simultaneously.

On-trip expenses related to the vendor drivers. They need to firstly book this expense in to shipment and also this expense should be deduct from the vendor payable which is 100.

So please any one of you can guide me, how we can map this requirement through SD-LE modules.

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Former Member Nov 23, 2016 at 07:03 AM
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Please answer if any one of have possible solution to my this query .

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G Lakshmipathi
Jan 03, 2017 at 09:00 AM
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Have a Partner Function as a Transport Vendor and assign to SP Account Group or Sales Document type. As and when a new sale order is created, users can key in the vendor whoever provide their vehicle, assuming that at the time of customer master creation, users dont know which vendor is going to cater. Hence, in sale order, it can be keyed in manually. Coming to Commission and other expenses, have one condition type for this with Accrual check box ticked in configuration. Have a new Account Key in pricing procedure against this condition type and assign an accrual G/L Account in VKOA. On the other hand, if shipment cost is configured, this is possible with the same logic by maintaining condition record for each vendor

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