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Questions about Credit Management

Dear colleagues:

I have a couple of questions in regards to credit management; as the terminology that SAP is uses sometimes is not too clear. 

When setting automatic credit control

1) Deviation % - if the order changes in  value within the % established here, then it won't go through credit check again.  Does this apply only if the value of the order goes up?

2) When talking about the order value....is it referring only to the value of the confirmed qty? Or  the value of the ordered qty?

3) If an order is placed let's say 20 days before it needs to be delivered; is it possible to "stop" the credit check process until 1 day before the delivery needs to be created?

Thank you!

M. Perales

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    Jan 21, 2013 at 09:53 PM

    Hi Marta,

    Please find the answers to your questions below.

    1) Deviation % - if the order changes in  value within the % established here, then it won't go through credit check again.  Does this apply only if the value of the order goes up?

    Ans : In general, credit check happens only when the value of an order goes up(after it has been released from a credit block). This % deviation also applies only when the order values goes up.

    2) When talking about the order value....is it referring only to the value of the confirmed qty? Or  the value of the ordered qty?

    Ans : Order value refers to the value of the ordered quantity and not the confirmed quantity

    3) If an order is placed let's say 20 days before it needs to be delivered; is it possible to "stop" the credit check process until 1 day before the delivery needs to be created?

    Ans : If you have a requirement of such nature, you can very well go for a credit check at delivery level or PGI level which is very much available in standard.

    Hope the above helps.

    Regards

    Vasanth

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      Marta,

      For your second question, let me try exploring and keep you posted.

      For your third question, yes you can proceed with that option.

      Regards

      Vasanth