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Sales order related billing

HI ,

I have query related to a process , which my customer wants to implement. We are implmenting Reverse Subcontrating ( Company wants to act as jobworker or subcontractor)

Scenario is :

1. To do billing as per the sales order more like a service billing

2. Once production confirmation is done, delivery to be created and proforma invoice to be generated.

The user does not wants to wait upto dispatch to bill the customer . He wants a provision to bill the customer after sales order is released for production.

After dispatch user wants proforma invoice ( Challan with no acounting) to dispatch the goods to customer.

Please confirm weather this can be implemented using copy controls. Also will there be any issue related to FI posting for stock reduction . Since i will be charging the customer whole amount up front.

Material does not belongs to me, i will just be doing jobwork on it and charging for the jobwork .

Regards

Jalaj

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    Mar 06, 2013 at 05:33 AM

    Yes, You can.

    However maintiain the order relevant billing doc as your commercial invoice this will post accounts. once you are done with delivery create proforma Invoice and submit to customer. But, you can't have both order relevant and del relevant Item category as billing relevance (this is my understanding).So, you may need to have output form which can print your batches and other del related information.

    Experts : Correct me if my approach is wrong.

    Regards, Sai Krishna.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Try to refer RE document type, what I did is, i just changed REN - billing relevance to order and in Del to billing copy controls i maintained F8 and LR. Now, I created sales returns and credit memo, then did LR and PGR and F8.

      Don't get confused on why I used returns scenario, its easy for me to replicate and explain. I guess, you can use similar one for your OR,F2 and LF and F8 as well.

      Regards, Sai Krishna.

  • Mar 06, 2013 at 11:57 AM

    Also will there be any issue related to FI posting for stock reduction

    If the Business dont want the inventory postings to happen for this scenario, then you consider material types UNBW or NLAG

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Mar 06, 2013 at 12:06 PM

    Thanks for the reply.

    I will explain the requirement in more details.

    Process.

    1. Sales order entry to do Jobwork

    2. Non valuated Material to be receieved against mvt type 501E

    3. Sales order released for production.

    4.Sales order related ( Service)billing to be done.

    4. Once PP confirm the material , dispatch to be done. Partial dispatch is likely as per PP confirmation.

    5 Proformo invoice to created with reference to delivery .

    Proforma invoice is required for customer to carry material using road transport. Proforma will be having details like material is not for sale so excise is not applicable.

    I am planning to use copy control from delivery to invoicing to create Proforma invoice .

    Kindly confirm if this is feasible

    Regards

    Jalaj

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    • Former Member

      Jalaj -

      Why don't you configure Repair Order (RA).It gives you a functionality to receive goods at your premises,and goods issue to customer after completion of Job,raise order related Proforma Invoice once you create Service Order(Release To Production) and have an option to Bill to to the customer based on actual Man hrs  and Materials consumed during Production,Tightly integrated with COPA, gives you clear picture Between Revenue and Cost incurred on a sales order.

      Let us know, if you require further details on repair order to fit it into your requirement.

      Regards

      Amit