SAP Procure to Pay (P2P) Process Cycles: Quick Overview Presentation

This document provides an overview of the procure-to-pay business process cycle in SAP, covering the key steps involved in procuring materials and services for an organization. It explains the procurement cycle from determining requirements to processing payments to vendors. Overall, this serves as a guide for understanding the end-to-end procurement process and handling different procurement scenarios in an organization.

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SAP P2P To-Be Process Flow Diagrams – Sample Document

This document outlines the proposed “to-be” process flow diagrams (flowcharts) for various key processes in the Procure to Pay (P2P) cycle using SAP ERP for a company. The processes covered include:

  1. Material/Service Code Creation
  2. Purchase Requisition
  3. Vendor Selection, Registration & Creation
  4. Purchase Order Creation
  5. Goods Receipt
  6. Material Movement (Stock Transfer)
  7. Purchase Return
  8. Defective Material Movement
  9. Invoice Verification
  10. Vendor Payments

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SAP MM Configuration [181 Pages PDF] – Free Download

This 181 pages PDF document provides a comprehensive guide on configuring the SAP Material Management (MM) module within the SAP ERP system. It is aimed at professionals looking to understand or implement SAP MM functionalities in their organization’s SAP landscape. The document covers a broad range of topics, from basic configurations to advanced settings, ensuring that the reader gains an overall understanding of SAP MM’s capabilities and how it integrates with other SAP modules for efficient material management.

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SAP MM-FI Integration Notes

This document provides an overview of the key SAP configurations required to enable automatic posting of inventory and valuation movements to the appropriate general ledger (G/L) accounts in SAP Material Management (MM). It focuses on the FI-MM integration and setup needed for inventory postings.

Key configuration steps reviewed under FI-MM integration are:

  • Chart of Accounts – Defining the G/L account master data
  • Valuation Areas – Setting up valuation level for plants/company codes
  • Valuation Grouping Codes – Grouping plants with same account determination
  • Valuation Classes – Linking G/L accounts to materials
  • Account Groupings for Movement Types – Settings for movement type postings
  • Automatic Posting Configurations – Mapping valuation classes to G/L accounts
  • Movement Type Customization – Allowed transactions, account groupings etc.
  • Examples – Posting inventory movements with standard and custom movement types

The document walks through configuration transactions like OBYC for linking valuation classes to G/L accounts, valuation area and grouping setup, and movement type settings. It provides examples of performing a standard 561 movement for initial stock postings as well as creating a custom movement type.

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Inventory Management in SAP: Overview Presentation

This document provides an overview of inventory management concepts and processes in SAP. It begins by explaining the movement type, a key idea in SAP inventory transactions. Movement types categorize and control various material movements like issues, receipts, and transfers. The document then covers the document principle, whereby every goods movement generates a material document and usually an accounting document for tracking.

Next, the guide examines common inventory types seen in SAP:

  • Raw materials – Used in production, undergo physical change
  • WIP (work in process) – Materials currently in production
  • Finished goods – Completed products ready for sale
  • Spare parts – Used for repairs and maintenance

Other inventory categories like consignment stock are also explained. Consignment refers to inventory stored with a customer but still owned by the supplier until consumed.

Finally, the document overview major inventory costs:

  • Ordering costs – Expenses to place purchase orders
  • Carrying/holding costs – Costs to store inventory
  • Stockout costs – Costs if inventory runs out

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SAP MM Physical Inventory Process Manual: Document Create, Count and Difference Posting

This document provides a step-by-step guide to performing physical inventory processes in SAP. Physical inventory is the process of counting stock on hand and reconciling it to book inventory balances. This is critical for maintaining accurate inventory records and financial reporting.

The document breaks down into following main parts :

  • Creating, changing, and displaying physical inventory documents to plan and record counts
  • Entering inventory counts and making changes if needed
  • Performing recounts if discrepancies are found
  • Reviewing difference lists between counted and booked quantities
  • Posting differences to adjust inventory balances

The guide walks through end-to-end physical inventory procedures from initial document creation through executing counts, making updates, and posting adjustments. It provides transaction codes, screenshots, and step-by-step instructions for users to follow. Master data elements, required entries, and SAP navigation are explained.

List of transaction codes covered in the guide are;

MI01 Create Physical Inventory Document
MI02 Change Physical Inventory Document
MI03 Display Physical Inventory Document
MI04 Enter Inventory Count
MI05 Change Inventory Count
MI06 Display Inventory Count
MI11 Recount Physical Inventory Document
MI20 Display Difference List
MI07 Post Differences

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Physical Inventory Configuration Guide in SAP S/4HANA MM

This document provides an overview of physical inventory processes and configurations in SAP S/4HANA MM. It covers the need for physical inventory, different types of physical inventory, and the overall process flow. Key configurations like number ranges, movement types, and tolerances are explained. An example exercise demonstrates creating inventory documents, counting, posting differences, and reporting.

Key topics covered in the document:

  • Introduction to physical inventory and its importance
  • Types of physical inventory like annual, cycle, and perpetual
  • Physical inventory process steps
  • Key reports for physical inventory
  • Configuration settings like document numbers, movement types, freezing balances
  • Master data settings like inventory groups and tolerances
  • Exercise example to create documents, count, post differences, and check results

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Physical Inventory in SAP MM: Presentation Document to Understanding the Process and Key Steps

This document provides an overview of physical inventory procedures and best practices in SAP MM. Physical inventory involves physically verifying stock quantities on hand and is a critical component of inventory management and overall supply chain operations. This paper reviews key considerations when planning and executing physical inventory counts, including inventory procedures (periodic, continuous, cycle counting, sampling), blocking materials from posting during counts, entering and analyzing count data, handling differences and recounts, as well as system configuration to support the physical inventory process. Insights are provided to help ensure accurate tracking of inventory through robust physical inventory protocols.

Key Sections covered in the document are:

  • Physical Inventory Overview: Defines physical inventory and its importance for inventory visibility and planning
  • Physical Inventory Procedures: Explains periodic, continuous, cycle counting, and sampling inventory methods
  • Physical Inventory Process: Details key steps for inventory preparation, count, and analysis
  • Entering and Analyzing Count Data: Covers entering results, handling differences and recounts
  • Configuration Settings: Highlights SAP customizing settings that support physical inventory
  • Examples: Includes sample transactions for creating physical inventory documents and posting differences

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Configuring PO Documents in SAP S4 HANA MM: Document Types, Item Categories, and Number Ranges

This document provides configuration steps for customizing the purchase order (PO) document type in SAP S/4HANA Materials Management (MM) module. It outlines how to define a new PO document type, restrict allowed item categories, link the document type to the purchase document configuration, define internal/external number ranges, make certain fields mandatory, and assign field selection keys. The goal is to configure a customized PO document type in SAP MM for handling special procurement types like subcontracting and consignment.

Key configuration steps covered in the document are:

  • Step 1: Define a new PO document type by copying the standard type and giving it a custom name
  • Step 2: Restrict allowed item categories for the document type
  • Step 3: Link the new document type to the purchase document configuration to specify valid item category combinations
  • Step 4: Define internal and external number ranges and assign to the new document type
  • Step 5: Make certain fields mandatory in the screen layout and assign a field selection key to the document type

The document provides a business scenario, explanations of configuration settings, and screenshots demonstrating the SAP configuration steps in detail. In summary, it covers the key SAP MM customizations required for setting up a specialized PO document type.

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