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Vendor evaluation reports

Hey Gurus,

During the pre-study for implementation of the vendor evaluation tool in R/3 my business team has asked for reports showing the data/orders behind the evaluations. If, for instance, a low score is computed for the u201COn-time deliveryu201D criterion they would like to know which orders/deliveries have caused this low score for a vendor.

They see a danger in contacting vendors with low scores and complaining/trying to negotiate better rates based on scores without being able to tell how the scores were calculated and which orders were u201Cbadu201D.

Hope you can help.

Thanks in advance.

K.R.

Dag

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 12:06 PM

    Hi,

    Normally you can use the "Additional Info┬┤s" functionality but

    the function 'Additional Infos' is not available for all subcriterias.

    Especially for the delivery criterias it is not possible, because there

    is no more detailed information in the system about the score which is

    already shown on vendor/material level.

    The scores of delivery criterias are calculated for each GR but the

    scores are not stored on this level in statistics. The scores are

    stored on 'Inforecord-level' therefore there is no lower level

    available in the protocol (no more detailed information about this

    line).The function 'Detailed information' is only available for

    criterias with type '4' pricelevel

    '5' pricehistory

    '7' Quality lot GR

    '9' Quality lot audit

    '1' semi-autom. Criterias.

    So, you can not have this information in the standard.

    Best Regards,

    Arminda Jack

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 02:04 PM

    please see SAP Note No. 806832 Calculation of score for On-time Delivery

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