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cross company code purchasing process?

Hi Hurus,

I went through previous threads of cross company code purchasing...but got confused..

could u pls all provide sime inputs as what is cross company code purchasing with example...

i will be really grateful to u all..

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 10:14 AM

    Example :

    Suppose if you have plant A in co. code 1 and plant B in co. code 2 and you wanna do procurement between them like stock transfers etc...

    Then you need to use the X-co. code purchasing....

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 10:28 AM

    It is the usual Practice in the Business to have More than One Company Code ..

    And Each Comp Code there will be palnt for Business Process..

    If Plant A is Under Comp Code A & Plant B under Comp Code B

    If Plant A Requires Some material from Plant B , Then It is called Cross Company Purchase..

    Bcz The Balance Sheet ( Profit & Loss Statement) will be at Comp Code Level..

    Usually This Process is addressed in SAP as a Inter Comapny STOCK TRANSPORT ORDER

    The STOCK TRANSPORT ORDER is of Two Types

    1. Intra STO means with in Comp Code

    2.Inter STO Between Diff Comp Codes

    Check

    stock-transport-order

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 10:42 AM

    hi,

    1. simple stock transfer between company code

    2. stock transfer via STO

    3. procurement from other plant and assigning plant as vendor

    4. STO for X- co. code purchasing with delivery and billing

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 10:47 AM
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