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doubt about third party process

Hello SD Consultants.

Recently i joined in a company...so here we implement third party process.. My colleague has implemented third party process.

here he has done...va01...me21n...migo...miro and vfo1......but when i take coaching they dint say about migo in third party...so

friends please help me..what is the relevance of migo here...we are not receiving any goods from vendor...so whats the use...

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:57 AM

    relevance of migo in third party process:

    The supplier reports to the purchasing department that the materials have been delivered to the customer.

    Third-party order processing is a goods movement from the supplier directly to the customer, this does not affect inventory management. The purchasing department has to record the delivery to the customer in the system and creates a goods receipt for the third-party order.

    Posting goods receipt has the following effects:

    Inventory is not updated. Goods receipt is posted directly to consumption.

    The order value is posted to a GR/IR clearing account for invoice verification.

    Goods receipt can be monitored in the purchase order history.

    Edited by: Lakshmipathi on Dec 8, 2011 1:13 PM Dont copy paste from other source. You copied from here http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/e6/4a79319e0311d189b70000e829fbbd/content.htm

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 07:02 AM

    Dear Ram

    In Third Party sales Process

    First we create Sales order based on SO one purchase Requisition Number will come

    Based on the purchase Requisition (PR) number u will create Purchase Order.

    After that u want to create MIGO and MIRO

    MIGO Means Goods Receipt and

    MIRO means Incoming Invoice

    While creating Material Master Record Time Item Category Group Should be "BANS"

    Item Category Determination

    Sales Order / Item Category Group / Usage / High Laval Category / Item Category

    OR / BANS / - / - / TAS

    If u have any think reply me

    Satya

    Edited by: Ramu_23884 on Dec 8, 2011 8:02 AM

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 07:25 PM

    Dear K. Ram

    MIGO - goods recipt, MIRO - invoice verification.

    Third party process sales order > PR > P.O > MIRO > Invoice (delivery done by vendor to customer)

    Individual purchase order (IPO) sales order > PR > P.O > MIGO > MIRO > Invoice (delivery done by vendor to company n then to customer).

    You are right concept wise. Ask ur friend or team leader and try to have a discussion on business process.

    Also check the Item category group is BANS (Material master), Item category TAS (Sales order) for third party .

    If it is showing BANC, TAB. It is IPO as mentioned above and u have been disguised with business process explanation from your friend/ seniors or they din't understand the process.

    You can discuss n debate , also raise a point of reducing the master data by eliminating migo transaction in third party.

    This is what been taught to us too.

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    Regards

    Pavan Kumar

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 06:17 AM

    my problem has solved by above replies

    Thanking you all

    Regards

    ram

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