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Gerhard_Welker
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Last updated: 02nd July 2024

Today, I would like to introduce you to an amazing solution that you as our customer have desired for a long time, the Advanced Intercompany Processes. If you cannot wait, then check out the magic in this system demo here already.

Table of content (for quick access, just click on one of the business area links):

Overview

Intercompany Sales

Intercompany Stock Transfer

Value Chain Monitoring Framework (VCM)

More Information / Additional links 

 

Overview 

Business Reasons for Intercompany Processes

A split between the entities handling sales and production is often needed for various reasons. This leads to the need to support Intercompany Sales:

    • Separate risks between domestic and international sales and production
    • Easier local and regional sales
    • Tax advantages
    • Safeguarding of brand

Intercompany supply chains are spread across various localizations and lead to the need of Intercompany Stock Transfer between group legal entities to run company value chains

    • Production plants close to raw materials
    • Leverage local advantages on company group level (labor costs, free trade, and industry zones, …)
    • Tax advantages

Most SAP customer companies with two or more company codes need Intercompany Processes.
Intercompany processes are a must for:

    • All manufacturing industries
    • All companies running on a dedicated internal supply chain

The Advanced Intercompany (ICO) processes

    • Supports first E2E SAP standard processes for ICO
    • Supports process automation
    • Reduces TCO for customers as this standard process relieves them of custom developments, maintenance and upgrades

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New Best Practice Processes

With the continuous feature delivery 2202.3 for SAP S/4HANA Cloud Public Edition we launched two new scope items for the Advanced Intercompany processes:


With the 2022 release for SAP S/4HANA Cloud, private edition and SAP S/4HANA we launched the new scope item

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Process Activation and Restrictions

The Advanced Intercompany Sales process is per default disabled for the standard document types and item categories.
To activate the Advanced Intercompany Sales process, specific configurations must be enabled through an expert configuration request. Some configurations have to be done by the customer.
For further details read the Set-Up Instructions document that you will find in the details section of the scope item Advanced Intercompany Sales (‏5D2‏).

Currently the process can be activated for item categories TAN and CBXN.

The release restrictions for Advanced Intercompany Sales are described in SAP note 3192584.
Also the scope item Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer (‏5HP‏) provide a Set-Up Instructions document.
Regarding SAP S/4HANA Cloud Private Edition and SAP S/4HANA read the great blog posts from Kazuhisa Iwamoto with detailed information about the set up:

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Release Information

Advanced Intercompany Processes are available with

So this blog post is relevant for SAP S/4HANA Cloud Public Edition, SAP S/4HANA Cloud Private Edition, and SAP S/4HANA (on premise).

Further developments since first launch of the Advanced Intercompany Processes:

With the 2308 release, the new configuration activity Configure Posting Date for Advanced Intercompany Invoices (ID 106441) is available (see blog post Supply Chain in SAP S/4HANA Cloud, Public Edition 2308).

For more information read the PDF documents that you will find under 'Attachments' in the SAP Notes listed at the end of this blog post in chapter More Information / Additional links. These documents are kept constantly up to date.

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Outlook

The first launch of the Advanced Intercompany processes covers the scenario for Single Level / Single System that is explained below. In addition, it is planned to extend the Advanced Intercompany processes also to cover the scenario for Multi Level / Single System with one or more additional Intermediate Companies between the Selling Company and the Delivering Company. This is a subject to be changed. 

With the 2502 release in Q1 2025 it is planned to support basic advanced intercompany sales processing with make-to-order (MTO) and advanced variant configuration (AVC). For more details check out the roadmap item Advanced intercompany sales: basic make-to-order process with variant configuration.


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Intercompany Sales

Classic Intercompany Sales - Single Level / Single System

First let us have a look on the classic intercompany sales process. For example, a local sales office sells to a customer and the goods are delivered from a plant, which is assigned to another company code, directly to the customer as shown in the next figure.
Starting point of the process is the purchase order of an US customer (step 1) that triggers the creation of a sales order in the US selling company (step 2). The US selling company triggers directly the outbound delivery in the German delivery company (step 3). The US customer receives the goods directly from the physical warehouse in Germany, but the invoice is issued by the US selling company. During the process no valuated stock is created in the US selling company and business documents like the purchase and sales order between the affiliated companies are missing.

Fig. 1: Classic Intercompany Sales - Single Level / Single System

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Advanced Intercompany Sales - Single Level / Single System

The process for advanced intercompany sales provides functions that allow two affiliated companies to participate in a single intercompany process, such as the following:

    • A local sales office sells to a customer. The producing company delivers the goods directly to the customer.
    • A local sales organization sells to a customer. A central warehouse delivers the goods.

A standard sales order can initiate the entire process, which is integrated into the value chain monitoring framework. To orchestrate and monitor each process step, this business processes makes use of the Monitor Value Chains app.

Fig. 2: Advanced Intercompany Sales - Single Level / Single System

 
What are the key features of the Advanced Intercompany Sales process?

It is a seamless E2E process that is highly automated and embedded into the following areas:

    • Product Compliance
    • Trade Compliance
    • Profitability Reporting across legal entities
    • Support of IFRS 15 compliant revenue recognition and COGS postings
    • Product Costing
    • Group Reporting / Consolidation

Changes in customer-facing sales order are possible and automatically managed by the system.
Valuated Stock in Transit in the Selling Company allows seamless change of control between affiliates and customer.
Purchase Order in the Selling Company enables landed cost in product costing.
E2E value chain and process monitor allows issue detection and posting services.
 

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System Demo - Advanced Intercompany Sales

My colleague Markus Oertelt has recorded the Advanced Intercompany Sales process for you. Watch the next video by clicking on the video figure or the video link below!

Video: System demo 'Advanced Intercompany Sales'Video: System demo 'Advanced Intercompany Sales'

Video link: https://sapvideo.cfapps.eu10-004.hana.ondemand.com/?entry_id=1_2ultb4ci 

The system demo is structured into the following sections:

Video time / minTopic
00:39How to create a sales order?
02:48How to monitor your value chains after the sales order is created?
04:22How to check automatic creation of intercompany purchase and sales order?
05:30How to create delivery documents?
07:19How to check transfer control of goods?
07:58How to pick the delivery goods?
09:20How to post goods issue?
10:16How to create billing document?
11:45How to monitor your value chains?

 

openSAP Microlearning

In addition, watch the new openSAP Microlearning from Seyba Elik about Advanced Intercompany Sales Value Chain Analysis for SAP S/4HANA Cloud .


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Intercompany Stock Transfer

In analogy to the chapter above, let me also briefly compare the process of Classic Intercompany Stock Transfer and Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer with the help of process flow diagrams:

Classic Intercompany Stock Transfer - Single Level / Single System

Fig. 4: Classic Intercompany Stock Transfer Process - Single Level / Single System

Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer - Single Level / Single System

Fig. 5: Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer Process - Single Level / Single System

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Value Chain Monitoring Framework (VCM)

The Value Chain Monitoring Framework (VCM) is a generic framework for designing, running and monitoring business processes within SAP S/4HANA that supports pre-configured SAP standard E2E processes. The benefits are:

    • Increased end-to-end process visibility, efficiency, and collaboration
    • Issue detection providing posting services
    • Tightly integrated into relevant business applications

Fig. 6: Value Chain Monitoring Framework

The Monitor Value Chains app enables you to track all steps of the Advanced Intercompany Sales, Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer, and Sell from Stock with Valuated Stock in Transit (VSiT) business processes. This app provides you with a detailed overview of all relevant steps and documents in these processes. In addition, it directly integrates these processes with other business applications. The business benefits are increased transparency, efficiency, and cross-team collaboration.

Fig. 7: Monitor Value Chains app

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More Information / Additional links

SAP Community Call
Also check out the recording of the SAP Community call with my colleague Bernd Strecker (SAP Product Manager for Advanced Intercompany Sales). First, Bernd explains Advanced Intercompany Sales in SAP S/4HANA via his slide deck that is available here. I would especially like to draw your attention to the topic "Planned Features" at 28:46 min with an interesting outlook. The "Q&A" that answers a lot of interesting questions starts at 30:30 min. At 40:57 min Bernd shows a live system demo and finally at 49:13 min he answers some more questions.

For more information on Advanced Intercompany Sales, check out the detailed descriptions from Bernd Strecker and Felix Senger:

SAP Notes
Find more information on current features (Restrictions and General Information) in SAP Notes:

  • 3192584 - SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced Intercompany Sales
  • 3192546 - SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer
  • 3226683 - SAP S/4HANA 2022: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Sales
  • 3226677 - SAP S/4HANA 2022: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Stock Transfer
  • 3366067 - SAP S/4HANA 2023: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Sales
  • 3366080 - SAP S/4HANA 2023: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Stock Transfer


For more information on SAP S/4HANA, check out the following links:

    • SAP S/4HANA release info: sap.com/s4hana
    • SAP S/4HANA Community here
    • SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Manufacturing & Supply Chain – The Link Collection here
    • Help Portal Product Page here
    • What’s New here
    • Best practices for SAP S/4HANA here

Thanks for reading this blog. Stay tuned!

Follow us via @SAP and #S4HANA, or myself via LinkedIn and @GerhardWelker.

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128 Comments
berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi Xavier,

ICo subcontracting is an own and complex E2E process that is not directly covered by an SAP standard process.

As a product manager for advanced ICo sales I'm not able to provide a proposal on the best workaround to cover your requirements.

To design and implement workarounds you should contact SAP consulting.

Best regards,
Bernd
berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi,

Advanced ICo Sales can be executed with or without active UPA.

Group Valuation is available with or without active UPA.

Classic ICO Sales is not and won’t be enabled for Group Valuation with active UPA.

Value Chain Analysis is not and won’t be enabled for classic ICo Sales, therefore for VCA you need to use Advanced ICo Sales.

UPA is always active in S/4HANA Public Cloud.

For more information see Univeral Parallel Accounting.

For more information about group valuation, see SAP Note  3325873 - SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Release Restriction Note for Group Valuation - only to be released as o...

Fore more information about migration to UPA, see SAP Note 3327778 - Migration to Universal Parallel Accounting (SAP S/4HANA 2023): Scope Information.

For more information about UPA, see SAP Note 3191636 - Universal Parallel Accounting: Scope Information.

Best regards,
Bernd

FrankJacobs
Explorer
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Many thanks Bernd for this clarification!
Rtimmers
Explorer
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Dear Gerhard,

I appreciate your comprehensive blog post. I have a question regarding the Advanced Intercompany Sales Process.

Our client primarily works with Scheduling Agreements, because the Automotive Industry mainly works with Scheduling Agreements. Unfortuntely, it seems that this process is not applicable to scheduling agreements. Are there any plans to include this in the roadmap?

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,

Randy

Gerhard_Welker
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Dear Randy,

For your information: I forwarded your request to the responsible product manager. He will be back in the office next week.

Best regards,
Gerhard
berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi Randy,

in the moment we don't have a concrete plan when we will enable schedudling agreements in the Advanced ICo Sales process.

Some more background information:

Our highlevel concepts for scheduling agreements in the Advanced ICo Sales process are done and have been aligned with customers:

Only the sales order in the selling company will be a scheduling agreement. The purchase order in the selling company and the sales order in the delivering company will be a "normal" PO and SO with scheduling information. We plan to use the same PO and the same SO that are used for the advanced ICo sell-from-stock items for scheduling agreements, too

To support scheduling agreements in the Advanced ICo Sales process we need to implement a function that maps complex scheduling information from the scheduling agreement into "flat" confirmed quantities that are copied into the PO and SO.
The rest of the Advanced ICo Sales process should run in the same manner as for sell-from-stock items.

Best regards,
Bernd

emersonalvarez
Discoverer
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Dear Gerhard,

 

Does the advanced intercompany sales process support group valuation between different companies, with price transfer?

Best Regards

 

Emerson Alvarez
teodora_popova
Explorer
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Hello Gerhard,

Our current understanding indicates that the Advanced Intercompany customer consignment feature is not yet available in S4HANA 2023 on-premise.

As of now, the following key features are still missing:

  • There is no movement type available for the stock transfer from valuated stock in transit to customer consignment stock in the transit plant
  • The intercompany invoice relevance of the delivery item is based on the customer invoice relevance of the item

    We would appreciate it if you could advise us on the expected timeline for SAP to implement these features.

    Thank you

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Does the advanced intercompany sales process support group valuation between different companies, with price transfer?

If scope item 5W2 (“Group Valuation”) is active, an additional ledger (“4G”) is added to accounting that contains all financial postings valuated from a group perspective.

Group valuation is fully supported by the advanced intercompany sales process.

The intercompany goods movements and invoices are posted with transfer price (sales price) in legal valuation, at sender production cost (without margin) in group valuation. Additionally in group valuation, cost of goods sold (COGS) and revenues are eliminated in each of these transactions.

 

AnkurGoyal
Discoverer
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Is multi-level tier Advanced Intercompany stock transfer process also supported where the intermediate company would be there between shipping and receiving companies? I tried and could not find any documentation.

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi,
the current version of advanced intercompany stock transer doesn't support multilevel.
Generally it's planned to extend the advanced intercompany processes also to cover the scenario for m
ulti level / single system with one or more additional intermediate companies between the delivering and the selling / receiving company. Currently there is no timeline that can be communicated.
This is a subject to be changed.

Best regards,
Bernd

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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@teodora_popova

Hi,

currently there is no concrete plan when an advanced version of intercompany customer consignment process will be available.

Part of our current backlog is enabling advanced intercompany sales for free-of-charge items without external customer invoice relevance.
If and when we will work on this backlog is not decided, yet.

Best regards,
Bernd

 

ALICE2
Explorer
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Hello Gerhard,

advanced intercompany sales in Intercompany Sales,

supplier invoice(Miro)  will be automatically created when IV2 billing is established,but for the miro heaer reference field we need to enter invoice number , not the standard billing number , so we want to create miro by manually.

Is it possible to disconnect miro for advanced intercompany sales in SAP S/4HANA?

 

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi,

currently the intercompany supplier invoice is always createdy by VCM automatically after the goods receipt has been posted in the selling copmany and the ICo customer invoice has been transferred to financial accounting.

We are aware that in some business scenarios it's necessary to stop this automatic creation of the ICo supplier invoice that is not possible in the moment.

We are working on a solution design that enables customers to decide if the automatic creation of the IC supplier invoice by VCM is enabled or disabled.

We plan to share more details in the coming months / quarters.

Best regards,
Bernd

 

ALICE2
Explorer
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Hello Gerhard,

Got it, thank you for your reply.

I have tested the shipment and posted it(PGI), and the system has automatically GR ( plant-1010) .

If I find that the shipment quantity is wrong, is there a way to cancel the shipment or receive the goods?
I am testing that I cannot cancel the shipment (via TCODE: VL09) and cancel the GR  (via TCODE: MIGO).

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi,

to cancel goods movement that are executed by VCM you use the Monitor Value Chain app.

Find some more information below I have copied from the SAP Note "3366067 - SAP S/4HANA 2023: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Sales":

  • You can use the Monitor Value Chains app to cancel the automatic goods movement postings.
  • The sequence of cancellations must follow the opposite direction of the automatic creation.
  • Only if the intercompany supplier invoice has not been created or is cancelled it’s possible to cancel the goods issue from storage location in the transit plant.
  • The user of the Monitor Value Chains app is used to create the cancellation documents.
  • The user of the Monitor Value Chains app must have authorization to execute cancellations with the Monitor Value Chains app.
    • The user doesn’t need any authorization for the business application to execute cancellations.

Best regards,
Bernd Strecker

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Hi Gerhard,

Currently as I understand based on the Incoterms stage building 2 stages are created in the FU e.g. Delivering plant to Port of loading and Port of Loading to receiving plant (depending on the Incoterms).

But if the requirement here is to split the FU into 3 stages i.e 1. Delivering plant to Port of Loading 2. Port of loading to Port of Discharge 3. Port of Discharge to Receiving plant to capture since we can have different carriers managing Pre-carriage leg, Main-Carriage leg, and On-Carriage leg. Is there a way to manage such scenario in Advanced Intercompany STO process? Or is it going to be a manual activity? 

Thanks

 

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi,

stage building in TM is done for adv ICo stock transfers in the same manner as for other processes.
Stage building is done automatically (based on customizing of logistics integration profiles) and can be amended manually.
For adv ICo stock transfers freight costs are assigned to the respective company based on the intercompany Incoterms.

Best regards,
Bernd

Jayshree_Ravi
Explorer
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Hi Gerhard

It appears that 5D2 is not supported for MTO (Make to Order) scenario along with other restrictions as mentioned below.  Any idea when that will be available? 

  • Event-based revenue recognition does not support advanced intercompany sales with WBS (work breakdown structure) elements
  • Integration of IBP Response and Supply with advanced intercompany sales is not supported
  • The intercompany supplier invoice is created without an attachment, for example, the intercompany customer invoice is not attached as pdf file.
  • Sales bill of material (BOM) creating subitems
  • Advanced ATP creating subitems
  • Free goods creating subitems
  • Service Materials
  • Preliminary billing documents etc.

This means that we may need to stick with 1MX, From a future roadmap will SAP continue to support both 1MX and 5D2? Also many of the Documents and Notes are for versions 2022 and 2023. I am unable to find 2402 documents.

Can you please advise?

Jayshree

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi Jayshree,

Currently we are working on the enablement of changing the material number and to allow the deletion of sales order items in the selling company (as long as no outbound delivery has been created).
Both topics are a prerequisite to enable advanced ATP changing the material number, changing the plant, or creating subitems what is planned as a next topic afterwards.

Our plan is to deliver these topics with S/4HANA Private Cloud 2023 FPS03. If this timeline can be met is open.

We plan to deliver advanced ICo sales for make-to-order scenarios in 2025 in S/4HANA Public Cloud. Afterwards we need to transfer the S/4HANA Public Cloud implementation to S/4HANA Private Cloud. When this transfer is part of the portfolio is difficult to forecast.

Unfortunately, for the rest of the topics we don’t have any schedule in the moment.

You can use the customer influence portal to address and prioritize the topics.

Customer Influence Portal

Currently there is no plan to sunset 1MX (classic ICo Sales).

This is a list of links to the SAP notes on advanced ICo Sales and adv ICo stock transfers, including for S/4HANA Public Cloud:

    • 3192584 - SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced Intercompany Sales
    • 3192546 - SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced Intercompany Stock Transfer
    • 3226683 - SAP S/4HANA 2022: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Sales
    • 3226677 - SAP S/4HANA 2022: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Stock Transfer
    • 3366067 - SAP S/4HANA 2023: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Sales
    • 3366080 - SAP S/4HANA 2023: Restrictions and General Information for Advanced ICo Stock Transfer

Best regards,
Bernd

Chris_Schutz
Active Participant
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Thank you . What about the reconciliation process for all the company code involved in Classical IC or Advanced Intercompany Sales & Stock Transfer . Any improvements and Best-Practices in S4 compare to ECC . 

Jayshree_Ravi
Explorer
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Thank you Bernd. Yes it is good to know that SAP is working on MTO for Advanced ICo Sales.

I am also concerned about the restriction for Advanced Intercompany Stock transfer that "Intercompany purchase order items with account assignment (account assignment category is filled)" is not supported. Do you have any idea when that will be supported?

We have a requirement that Stock be moved to a regional warehouse for a project i.e. into Q stock. Currently this works via 1P9 but not via 5HP.

While we want to use the Advanced Intercompany scenarios because of the event based revenue recognition, there are so many restrictions that it is becoming a roadblock.
FYI - We are on S/4 HANA Cloud 2402

Regards

Jayshree

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate
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Hi Jayshree,

Unfortunately, we don’t have any schedule in the moment for adv ICo stock transfer with account assignment (account assignment category is filled).

You can use the customer influence portal to address and prioritize the topic.

Customer Influence Portal

Best regards,
Bernd

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate

Hi Chris,

as part of adv ICo sales or advanced intercompany stock transfer we have not implemented new specific functions for reconciliation or consolidation.

Advanced ICo sales is enabled for group reporting. Using group reporting is the best practice in S/4HANA for consolidated reporting.

Best regards,
Bernd

flots
Discoverer
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Hello,

to my understanding, price determination in the Advanced Intercompany Sales Process is currently independent for each stage:

- Customer facing Sales Order => Sales-Price 

- IC Purchase Order (NBAI) => Purchase Price based on Inforecord

- Internal Sales Order (CBIC) => independent Sales Price in Intercompany Entity

So there's 3 levels of Price masterdata required to be maintained; technically independent from each other but from a process perspective the IC-Price in CBIC Sales Order and NBAI Purchase Order are the same.

Are there any plans to offer some way of integrated pricing in future, e.g. to calculate an Intercompany-Price based on a Markdown from Salesprice in 1st Salesorder to be used in internal documents (NBAI, CBIC)?

Thanks

Florian

daniel_hrger
Discoverer
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Hi,

is there any plan to have the "Advanced intercompany stock transfer order" available in a 2-Tier Scenario ? means Supplying Company is on private cloud and receiving/selling company in a public cloud edition ? 

 

Thanks

Daniel

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate

Hi,

there is no concrete schedule available to provide an integrated and seamless advanced intercompany stock transfer process in a 2-tier or multisystem environment.

Generally I assume that the design of an advanced ICo stock transfer process in a multisystem environment will differ significantly from the current process design of adv ICo stock transfer within one system. Main reason is that in the process within one system the ICo purchase order has direct access to the delivering plant and is the main reference for the outbound delivery.

A multisystem process is based on a sell-from-stock (with optional VSIT) process in one system and a procure to stock (with optional VSIT) process in the other system.
Both processes are already available now. Combining both processes leads to an ICo stock transfer process in a multisystem environment that is non-integrated and non-seamless.

Best regards,
Bernd

 

berndstrecker
Associate
Associate

Hi,

this is the reply to 'flots' question on pricing.

Sales orders and purchase orders execute technically their own and specific pricing. This is of course nothing that can be or will be changed by adv ICo Sales implementation.

In customizing you can define that a condition type determines pricing master data using a reference condition type and reference application. Thereby a condition type defined in sales can determine pricing master data of a condition type being used and defined in purchasing (or vice versa). By using the reference condition type and reference application you can avoid redundant pricing master data.

A different topic is to transfer pricing information from one document to another document within advanced ICo sales. This pricing information is transactional data and belongs to a document (sales order or purchase order). This function could be used to transfer e.g. a manual discount in the sales order in the selling company to the ICo purchase order and ICo sales order. Thereby, the customer price could have direct impact the ICo price.

In the moment there is no schedule available when pricing information can be transferred from one document to another document within advanced ICo sales. When we provide this information I assume that the transfer will be possible only in one direction means from the sales order in the selling company to the ICo purchase order and to the ICo sales order. I assume it won't be possible to transfer pricing information from the ICo sales order back to the ICo purchase order.

You can use the customer influence portal to address and prioritize the topic.

Customer Influence Portal

Best regards,
Bernd