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Centralized purchase organization

Dear All,

we have the scenario that one centralized purchase orgnaization is there which is responsible for the negotiation with vendor so after negotiation with vendor they will create the contract and this can be used by other purchase orgnizations. Now system is not allowing to create the conract without company code (ME31K) and when we refer this contract in the PO it should not allow to change the price in purchase order whether this can be achived? we have different plant assigned to different company codes.

Regards

Ramakant

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 06:25 AM

    Hi,

    Create a Centralised Purchasing organisation - CPO in SPRO

    In the assignment

    Assign --CPO to the company code

    Assign -CPO to the different plants say PLT1 ,PLT2 Etc

    Create Purchasing info record for the material and plant combination

    Now create a Contract and check

    Regards

    Ganesh

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 06:26 AM

    Hi,

    The centralized Pur. org. have to assigh with plant for all the plant getting benefit of these contract.

    SAM

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    • Former Member

      Hi All

      Thanks for the reply i have done all the setting already and i am creating the service contract not for material

      now there are different plants assigned to different company codes and centralized pur org also attached to this plants

      can i create the contract without plant and company code and when i refer this contract in PO then price should not be changed whether is it possible?

      Regards

      Ramakant

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