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Overpayment recovery process

Has anybody implemented new claim clearing functionailty PC00_M10_CLMR. I have heard we cant back out once it is implemented. How much time does it take to implement this functionality. Your reply will be appreciated

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2011 at 01:33 PM

    1. We have not yet may be after 2 years.This new solution sounds better but it has its own new issues every now then.

    2. Yes. You cannot revert back once this solution is implemented.

    3. Depends Time taken to understand the overpayment recovery process

    Depends on time for clearing existing claims

    Depends on initial eval of how many wagetype you have

    Depends on type of claims you have in your system

    Depends on validating all your different claims how it works.

    The final part is the selling it to your users who already have bad experience with claims and their heads might spin initial about the over payment recovery process. Minimum it may be in the range of 320-400 project man hours.

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 09:24 AM

    Hi Sukanya,

    It hardly takes a time of 1-3 weeks to implement New overpayment functionality.

    The only things is you need to get many details from client like thresholds for overpayments and different rules for recovery.

    New functionality would utilize /58x series of wage type once activated in table T77S0 and V_T511K for different constants.

    Documentation can be easily found on any search engine and also under SAP service marketplace.



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