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Intercompany Sales of services (between company codes in a system)

Hi Experts

There are two company codes in SAP System and inter company sale or services exists.

In this context, CC1/PL01 raises a service PR and service RFQ on CC2.

Can CC2 refer the RFQ and create an sales inquiry?

Similarly, wherther the sales invoice of CC2 can be referred to carry out MIRO in CC1?

Any reference is possible in service entry?

Request Experts to sugget best practice.

warm regards


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    Posted on Nov 16, 2009 at 09:06 AM

    hello, friend.

    in my understanding, CC2 does not issue a sales order for inter-company transactions. only CC1 issues a sales order, and it is to the customer. if so, i would theorize that CC2 does not need to issue a sales inquiry.

    in inter-company, i also think that CC1 does not need to issue a PR or PO, unlike in a third party transaction. in third party sales, the item category in default in TAS, which leads to a schedule line triggering a PR. in inter-company, TAN is used which should not result in a PR.

    however, there could be self-defined settings in your system. if so, please let us know.

    the only additional document created in SAP SD, is the inter-company billing.


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      It's indeed a very tricky question, but my question is why dont you want to settle it in FI module itself with an FI invoice issued to CC1 from CC2 after the service has been rendered? (I know this will not help in comparing prices with other vendors!)

      If you insist sales inquiry does make sense, the only way I can think of right now is to treat CC1 as a customer and follow the normal sales process.


      Chandra Kiran

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