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Invoice Verification for SAP: SAP MM and FI (SAP-Hefte: Essentials) (Englisch) von Stephen Birchall (Autor) Informatik SAP Wirtschaftsinformatik Betriebswirtschaft BWL Management ERP 6.0 valuated Receipt Settlement Debits Credits Invoice verification in SAP is an often misunderstood subject, despite its central role in contributing to a company's fiscal health. Adding to the confusion is the fact that it falls between two teams – the MM team and the FI team – and each assumes that the other is responsible for the design and configuration of Invoice Verification. Although the process can be streamlined, many organizations get the design and use of invoice verification wrong, resulting in vendors not being paid and accounts being placed on stop, which prevents further Purchase Orders from being processed until the vendor has been paid. The aim of this book is to help readers fully understand the invoice verification process, particularly the changes in ERP 6.0. If they get the design right, then
SAP-Hefte, Auflage: 2. Auflage: 2. Softcover. 27,9 x 20,6 x 1 cm. Invoice verification in SAP is an often misunderstood subject, despite its central role in contributing to a company's fiscal health. Adding to the confusion is the fact that it falls between two teams – the MM team and the FI team – and each assumes that the other is responsible for the design and configuration of Invoice Verification. Although the process can be streamlined, many organizations get the design and use of invoice verification wrong, resulting in vendors not being paid and accounts being placed on stop, which prevents further Purchase Orders from being processed until the vendor has been paid. The aim of this book is to help readers fully understand the invoice verification process, particularly the changes in ERP 6.0. If they get the design right, then the process will run smoothly and vendors will be paid on time (not too early either). User input can be kept to a minimum and much of the process can be automatic. There are one or two basic mistakes that are made during the design of the process and the guide highlights these (and many other confusing areas), and describes, in simple terms, the options available along with the consequences of getting it wrong. Content: 1 What is Invoice Verification? 7 1.1 High-Level Process 7 1.2 Handling Mismatched Invoices 11 1.3 Processing Blocked Invoices 12 1.4 Parking Invoices 15 1.5 Workflow in Invoice Verification 16 1.6 Summary 17 2 Specific Functions in Detail 19 2.1 The Goods Receipt-Based Invoice Verification (GR-Based IV) Flag 19 2.2 Delivery Charges (Planned and Unplanned) 24 2.3 Tolerances 29 2.4 Evaluated Receipt Settlement (ERS) 31 2.5 Invoice Reduction 33 2.6 Pipeline and Consignment Stock Settlement 35 2.7 Invoicing Plans 36 2.8 Subsequent Debits and Credits 39 2.9 Purchase Order Texts 40 2.10 New Functionality in Release ERP 6.0 42 2.11 Summary 47 3 Financial Aspects of Invoice Verification 49 3.1 Overview 49 3.2 Automatic Account Determination 49 3.3 The Goods-Received/Invoice-Received Clearing Account 50 3.4 Tax Processing Within Invoice Verification 54 3.5 Moving Average Price/Standard Price 55 3.6 Payment Run 57 3.7 Summary 60 4 Configuration 61 4.1 Basic Configuration 61 4.2 Define the Attributes of System Messages 62 4.3 Define Tax Jurisdiction 64 4.4 Configure Automatic Postings 65 4.5 Incoming Invoice 70 4.6 Document Parking 78 4.7 Invoice Block 78 4.8 Clearing Account Maintenance 82 4.9 Invoice Verification in Background 82 4.10 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) 82 4.11 Evaluated Release Settlement (ERS) 82 4.12 Message Determination 83 4.13 Define Document Life 83 4.14 Authorization Management 83 4.15 Maintain Customer Exits and Business Add-Ins 83 4.16 Logistics Invoice Verification: Index 83 4.17 Business Add-Ins and User Exits in Invoice Verification (New to ERP 6) 84 4.18 Summary 85 Index 87 Sprache englisch Informatik SAP Wirtschaftsinformatik Betriebswirtschaft BWL Management ISBN-10 1-59229-186-4 / 1592291864 ISBN-13 978-1-59229-186-1 / 9781592291861 Invoice Verification for SAP: SAP MM and FI (SAP-Hefte: Essentials) (Englisch) von Stephen Birchall (Autor) Informatik SAP Wirtschaftsinformatik Betriebswirtschaft BWL Management ERP 6.0 valuated Receipt Settlement Debits Credits Invoice verification in SAP is an often misunderstood subject, despite its central role in contributing to a company's fiscal health. Adding to the confusion is the fact that it falls between two teams – the MM team and the FI team – and each assumes that the other is responsible for the design and configuration of Invoice Verification. Although the process can be streamlined, many organizations get the design and use of invoice verification wrong, resulting in vendors not being paid and accounts being placed on stop, which prevents further Purchase Orders from being processed until the vendor has been paid. The aim of this book is to help readers fully understand the invoice verification process, particularly the changes in ERP 6.0. If they get the design right, then the process will run smoothly and vendors will be paid on time (not too early either). User input can be kept to a minimum and much of the process can be automatic. There are one or two basic mistakes that are made during the design of the process and the guide highlights these (and many other confusing areas), and describes, in simple terms, the options available along with the consequences of getting it wrong. Content: 1 What is Invoice Verification? 7 1.1 High-Level Process 7 1.2 Handling Mismatched Invoices 11 1.3 Processing Blocked Invoices 12 1.4 Parking Invoices 15 1.5 Workflow in Invoice Verification 16 1.6 Summary 17 2 Specific Functions in Detail 19 2.1 The Goods Receipt-Based Invoice Verification (GR-Based IV) Flag 19 2.2 Delivery Charges (Planned and Unplanned) 24 2.3 Tolerances 29 2.4 Evaluated Receipt Settlement (ERS) 31 2.5 Invoice Reduction 33 2.6 Pipeline and Consignment Stock Settlement 35 2.7 Invoicing Plans 36 2.8 Subsequent Debits and Credits 39 2.9 Purchase Order Texts 40 2.10 New Functionality in Release ERP 6.0 42 2.11 Summary 47 3 Financial Aspects of Invoice Verification 49 3.1 Overview 49 3.2 Automatic Account Determination 49 3.3 The Goods-Received/Invoice-Received Clearing Account 50 3.4 Tax Processing Within Invoice Verification 54 3.5 Moving Average Price/Standard Price 55 3.6 Payment Run 57 3.7 Summary 60 4 Configuration 61 4.1 Basic Configuration 61 4.2 Define the Attributes of System Messages 62 4.3 Define Tax Jurisdiction 64 4.4 Configure Automatic Postings 65 4.5 Incoming Invoice 70 4.6 Document Parking 78 4.7 Invoice Block 78 4.8 Clearing Account Maintenance 82 4.9 Invoice Verification in Background 82 4.10 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) 82 4.11 Evaluated Release Settlement (ERS) 82 4.12 Message Determination 83 4.13 Define Document Life 83 4.14 Authorization Management 83 4.15 Maintain Customer Exits and Business Add-Ins 83 4.16 Logistics Invoice Verification: Index 83 4.17 Business Add-Ins and User Exits in Invoice Verification (New to ERP 6) 84 4.18 Summary 85 Index 87 Sprache englisch Informatik SAP Wirtschaftsinformatik Betriebswirtschaft BWL Management ISBN-10 1-59229-186-4 / 1592291864 ISBN-13 978-1-59229-186-1 / 9781592291861 Invoice Verification for SAP: SAP MM and FI (SAP-Hefte: Essentials) (Englisch) von Stephen Birchall (Autor)
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