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Purchasing Scenario

hi experts,

My client having business of fruits, he purchase grapes from farmer & make on spot payment to them there is no purchase order to farmer so please suggest me how to map this scenario in sap daily 200-300 farmer comes for sale grapes to my client so mm point of view give suitable suggestion

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sangita

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:09 AM

    Hi, I think using 501 or 511 will help you, it will be better to create 1 Vendor for internal usage naming the vendor as ,'Farmer direct purchase', which will make it easy for payment purpose also, even you can get proper reporting w.r.t. these Vendor.

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    • But at the end of the day how I will know to whom i was paid which amount?

      Better to maintain in text, the names of the farmers, you can get the report with Text field (Header & Item both),

      or you can maintain in reference field of MIRO, do MIRO w.r.t. Material document of 501/ 511.

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 05:51 AM

    Hi,

    Is there any contracts exist with the farmers like providing the grapes till so and so year??

    Or go with 501 movement type i.e. GR without PO....which means there is no need of PO but can do goods receipts when purchased from farmer so that you can have a report of recived goods report.Hope this suites your business from MM..

    Thanks

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      Hi,

      In case of automatic PO genrated during GR you can directly do the MIRO and you can issue the payment. This option is advisable since you will have a PO reference.

      The other way you can create a Farmer as a one time vendor account and you can issue the payment in F-48.

      Regards,

      velu

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:08 AM

    Hi Snagitha

    Create One time Vendor Master record (For this you have to create one time account group) with this you can use several farmers . When ever you are buying grapes from farmers by using mvt type 501 w/o purchase order you can enter goos reciept

    Regards

    M B Raju

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 05:54 AM

    Hi There

    For the simple and straignt solution you can use the Automatic PO createion @ the time of receipt (101) ,

    You can use a single vendor master for all these procurement (Enable Auto PO)

    Movement Type(Enable auto PO)

    Grpaes Material Master (Enable auto PO)

    Assign the plant to STD P organisation

    You can cumulate the qty and do the GR or you can do as individual also

    Thanks

    Senthil P

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:08 AM

    Hi Snagitha

    Create One time Vendor Master record (For this you have to create one time account group) with this you can use several farmers . When ever you are buying grapes from farmers by using mvt type 501 w/o purchase order you can enter goos reciept

    Regards

    M B Raju

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:43 AM

    Hi,

    you can make vendor one time vendor for same.it will helpfull to you

    now how you want valuvation for yur material thats question?

    Regards

    kailas Ugale

    Edited by: kailasugale on Feb 6, 2012 12:13 PM

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