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How to map Tenders in SAP ?

Hi Experts,

We have a client requirement, when Some big companies or govt. organisations call for tenders, then our client participates in those tenders and if win the tender, then our client go for further processing based on the tender information. Can any one give some light how this scenario can be mapped in SAP.

Thanks in advance for quick reply

Sunanda.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 07:19 AM

    Hi Sunanda,

    In one of my earlier projects we have mapped Tender process through workflow and developments.

    Initially the Reserve price will be fixed. It will be entered into the system. We have achived this with a standard quotation which will be having a dummy customer and only one material.

    Intially client will sell the tender documents. Participents will buy them and submitt the tender forms. Then check will happen like earnest money deposit (EMD) is equal or higher than required EMD, weather the participent is technially qualified etc. IF everything is fine the tender prices of the participent will be caliculated againt the Reserve price and the ranking will be given. Whoever will get the rank one, the tender will be allotted.

    All this is achieved through workflow, as it has to go through the approval process from ahierarchy. In the workflow we have made all the developmentsto accomidate the above process.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sri

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 05:45 PM

    hi

    You can even use SAP PS module and create a project. This can have approvals and rejections. You can map the stages of the tenders here as WBS and track the same. You can also track payments in the same. Raise invoices.

    Regards

    Yatin Thakkar

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  • Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 07:14 AM

    Hi,

    I dont think we have Tender Process in SAP. This is a GAP actually. We can use Contracts to certain extent. Explore the contracts fully then you will come to know How better we can use them instead of tender.

    Regards

    Ram Pedarla

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2009 at 10:46 AM

    Hi Sunanda,

    Iam also in the same boat. my client is also doing projects based on tenders.

    at present i have given a solution of tendering process through quotation and once the tender is succeeded, i will create a contract and based on the contract, i will be raising the delivery based billing for the material and milestone billing for the services.

    if you have any problems let me know.

    rgds

    Toshniwal

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      Hi JJ / Lakshmipathi / Toshniwal

      Thanks for your answers to my query.

      Hi Toshniwal : It would be clear for me if you could explain detail step by step process you follow in your client requirement.

      Thanks

      Sunanda.P

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2009 at 05:38 AM

    Hi

    Theres no Standard in SAP But You can

    Create Inquiry and QT as a Tenders If its confirmed we can create as a SO with the reference of QT

    Try to map and show to client he will defienetly agree.

    Hari Mandav

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