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Marketing Fund Managment Integration

HI Experts

I Just want to be sure if the Marketing Fund Managment, use BW-BPS and ECC PS as Integration Element as in previous scenario or for example by standard is possible to use Internal Orders or Cost Centers in ECC instead of WBS.

It;s not clear in all the documents i have how is the Integration elements in this new functions betwen CRM and ECC and CRM and BW-BPS or BW-IP. etc,

Thanks for any information

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2012 at 10:59 AM

    Hello Luis,

    I have exactlay the same problem, because in SPRO for marketing planning the BPS is mentioned.

    As far as Iknow BPS is an old tool. What about the use of BI IP or BPC?

    If you any information on that, I would be happy if you share it with me.

    Thanks a lot and kind regards

    Hannes

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    • Hi Gowri!

      The accrual process is done in 2 phases... the 1) accrual calculation run and the 2) accrual posting.

      In 1) the system looks at the accrual period you selected and at all the relevant campaigns that are running during that time to see if any amounts have to be accrued (this will depend on the accrual method you chose, eg accrue over a period or at beginning of the campaign).

      Then you can search for the accruals to review them and manually change if needed.

      If all ok, you can then run the accrual posting job that will take those amounts and post them, at which point the posting will consider the actuals posted in the checkbook and post the delta in the accrual value category of the checkbook.

      Let me know if this helps.

      Anik

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