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Mark up in PM Order

Dear All,

We have a scenario where the client wants to add some mark up price (say 20% on Material), nothing on Labour and then settle the cost.

We tried proposing the overheads concept but the client does not want this as overheads will be posted in Actuals.

They want the extra 20% to reflect as revenue to the Maintenance departmeent. They have mapped in both as Cost centre & profit Centre.

Is there any possibility of acheving this in PM or should we use only CS Order and use the mark up functionality.

One more thing here is he does not want to bill any body but just add 20% extra and settle to the Building.

If it is to be done in CS, you breifly tell me the steps.

If you require further data, please let me know.

Regards,

MLN Prasad

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    Posted on May 14, 2010 at 09:09 AM

    You can use plan overhead calculation and settle (plan values) the Orders using integrated planning.

    Regards

    Sreenivas

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