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Inter company &Intra company Buss process

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Hi!

Can any one tell what are the different transactions that can take place in Inter co

mp and Intra comp buss. process.

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Intercompany business processing describes business transactions which take place between two companies (company codes) belonging to one organization. The ordering company orders goods from a plant which is assigned to another company code.

The following intercompany business transactions are possible:

Intercompany sales processing

A sales organization which is assigned to the ordering company code creates a sales order ordering goods from a plant assigned to another company code.

The plant in the delivering company code delivers the goods to the customer for whom the sales organization placed the order.

Intercompany stock transfer

A purchasing organization which is assigned to the ordering company code creates a purchase order ordering goods from a plant assigned to another company code.

The plant in the delivering company code delivers the goods to the plant for which the purchasing organization ordered the goods.

Because the two companies balance their accounts independently, the delivering company must bill the ordering company for the goods. This internal billing transaction is carried out by means of an intercompany billing document. The delivering company bills the ordering company at a price that allows the delivering company to cover its costs.

Intercompany sales processing consists of the following three stages:

Processing sales orders

Processing deliveries

Billing

The sales organization and the plant are assigned to different company codes and have the following responsibilities:

Sales organization:

Processes the sales order

Bills the customer

Plant:

Delivers goods to the customer

Bills the ordering company code (sales organization) - this is intercompany billing.

Intercompany billing uses SAP EDI to carry out posting to vendor account for the ordering company code.

Company Structure

Company code

Sales organization

Plant

0001

0001

0001

0002

0002

Condition Record

A condition record specifies that plant 0002 bills sales organization 0001 for goods at 80% of the net invoice value.

Sales orders

Sales organization 0001 receives the following sales order from customer XYZ:

Item 10 Product A 20 pcs (Plant 0001) USD 200

Item 20 Product B 50 pcs (Plant 0002) USD 500

The second item requires intercompany sales processing, since product B must be delivered from a different company (company code 0002).

Intercompany Sales Processing

The intercompany sales functions are carried out as follows:

Pricing for customer invoice: Sales organization 0001

delivery: Plant 0002

billing: Sales organization 0001 bills the customer for USD 500

Sales organization 0002 bills sales

organization 0001 for USD 400

(with an intercompany billing

document)

inancial accounting: In company code 0001, SAP EDI

is used to carry out posting to vendor account

Relationship to Pricing

The system processes intercompany pricing elements in exactly the same way as other pricing elements. The data for intercompany sales is stored in condition records. Pricing for intercompany billing is controlled by condition types, pricing procedures, and access sequences. Intercompany billing itself is controlled in a separate menu point in Customizing. This control data is defined in Customizing for Sales by your system administrator

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HI REFER BELOW

In SAP sales & distribution module, an inter-company sales occurs when the selling organization belongs to a different company code than the delivering plant. The transaction path for accessing inter-company sales billing is:

IMG >> Sales and distribution >> Billing >> Inter-company billing

Let us take an example to understand inter-company sales better. Suppose there are two company codes namely 1000 and 2000. A customer may place an order for goods in sales organization belonging to company code 3000. However, the goods may be manufactured by a delivering plant belonging the company code 1000. A sales order is created indicating delivering plant of company code 1000. The sales organization then invoices the customer for the materials purchased. SAP R/3 automatically creates an inter company billing document at the same time as the customer’s billing document is created. This inter company invoice is sent from the delivering plant to the selling sales organization.

As a rule of thumb, when dealing with different company codes, one may find a need to transfer stock between two different company codes. However, if the stock be transferred within the same company code, there is no need for an inter company transaction. But in case the stock is transferred between different company codes, a transfer of value occurs and is an inter company sale.

http://sap.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/sap-log-sd/intra-company-stock-transport-488581

FURTHER

Inter-Company

You can transfer stock from one plant to another where the plants belong to different companies (i.e. have different company codes).

Since the plants belong to different company codes, the following points have to be considered from the sales point of view:

delivery: the procedure for delivering on the basis of a purchase order from another plant should be similar to delivering on the basis of a sales order from a customer

billing: the delivering plant will be charging the receiving plant for the material.

To deal with these points, the stock transfer can be carried out with a normal purchase order type NB.

The delivering plant can then create a delivery and an intercompany billing document on the basis of this purchase order.

Intra-Company

You can transfer stock from one plant to another where the plants belong to the same companie (i.e. under one company code).

Please find the below the Main Difference between Intra and Inter Company:

P.O Order types and Delivery Types

STO: - Stock Transfer Order – Intra Company

Stock Transfer between Two Plants with One Company code.

The Purchase Order Type is Used in this case is "UB".

And the Delivery Type Used here is "NL".

Goods Movement type: 641

Item Category in delivery is NLN

STPO: - Stock Transfer Purchase Order – Inter Company

Stock Transfer Purchase Orders between Two Plants with Two Different Company Codes.

The Purchase Order Type is Used in this case is "NB".

And the Delivery Type Used here is "NLCC".

Goods Movement type: 643

Item Category in delivery is NLC

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