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Inter Company Sales Process Configuration

Business Scenario:
A group company (A) has two companies (B & C) doing their businesses separately and sell the
goods from their own plants to their customers. However, a customer places an Order to
company B and wants an Invoice from company B only. As, the goods ordered by customer are
procured by Plant owned by company C only. Hence, business wants such a provision, in which,
they could be able to deliver the goods directly to the customer from supplying Plant and
company B should raise an Invoice to end customer. Further, Supplying Company would create
an Invoice for delivered goods to Ordering Company.

Solution in SAP:
SAP has offered standard solution to meet above requirement i.e. Inter Company Sales Process.

Process Flow in SAP: -

 Sales Order Creation > Delivery > PGI > Customer Invoice > Inter Company
Billing>Payment.

End User steps in SAP:

 Ordering Sales Organization will create a Sales order and enter a plant manually
belonging to different company code (VA01).
Here, 3000 is my Ordering Sales Organization.
Inter Company Condition is inactive here.
Save sales order: 30000138

 Create a Delivery.
Now Click on Goto > Header > Administration

Shipping point 1000 belongs to supplying com code.


Sales Org 3000 belongs to ordering Company code.

Now, Select item, Click on GOTO > Item > Administration.

Distribution channel 15 and Division 30 belongs to Ordering Sales organization.

Intercompany billing relevancy.


Now Post Goods Issue.
 Create an Invoice for End Customer (VF01).
VF01 > Give Delivery Number > Press Enter.
Here, we can see that 3000 company code is our ordering company.

Condition type PI01 is determined as inactivated having no influence on pricing


calculation.

Save the Invoice.


 Create Inter Company Billing document
VF01 > Give the same delivery number again and press Enter.
We can see that system has determined Organizational unites of Supplying Company.
PI01 is activated here.
Save the document.

Goto VL03N > Item > Financial Processing.

Now take a look at the following document flow.


Configuration Steps:
 Material must be extended in both the Plants.
 Supplying Plant must be assigned to the Ordering Sales Org + Dist Channel.
 Intercompany billing document type to be assigned to Sales document.
 Assign Supplying Plant to its Sales Area.
 Create Internal Customer representing Ordering Sales Organization.
 Assign Internal Customer to the Sales Organization.
 Maintain Copy Control for LF > IV.
 Assign Intercompany Condition types to Pricing Procedure
 Test the Scenario.

1. Extend Material in both Plants:


Path: SE16N> MARC>Enter Material.
2. Assign Ordering Sales Org + Dist. Channel to Plant.
Path: SPRO>IMG>Enterprise Structure > Assignment > Sales and Distribution > Assign Sales org-
Dist. channel – Plant (OVX6)

3. Assign Intercompany Billing type to Sales Document Type


Path: SPRO > IMG > Sales and Distribution > Billing > Intercompany Billing > Define Order Type
for Intercompany Billing (OVV8)

4. Assign Supplying Plant to its Sales Area.


Path: SPRO> IMG> Sales and Distribution > Billing > Intercompany Billing > Assign Organizational
Unit by Plant (OVV9)
5. Create Internal customer
Path: SAP Easy Access > Logistics > Sales and Distribution > Master Data > Business Partner >
Customer > Create (XD01)

6. Assign Internal Customer to Ordering Sales Organization


Path: SPRO> IMG> Sales and Distribution > Billing> Intercompany Billing > Define Internal
customer number by Sales Organization (OVVA)
7. Assign Intercompany Condition types to Pricing Procedure
Path: SPRO > IMG> Sales and Distribution > Basic Functions > Pricing > Pricing Control > Define
and Assign Pricing Procedure > Maintain Pricing Procedure (V/08)

8. Maintain Copy Control Delivery to Intercompany Billing.


Path: SPRO > IMG > Sales and Distribution > Billing > Billing Document > Maintain Copy control
for billing document (VTFL)