New Division/Sales Area/Sales Office
OVXA - Assign division to sales
OVXM - Assign sales office to sales
VOR2 - Define Common Divisions
OVAN - Combine divisions allows
you to share sales document type data between different divisions. You
define the sales document types in a central division and then use it as
a reference division.
OVKK - Define Pricing Procedure
SM30 Table/View :
SAP SD Questions:
When you're talking about a company, based on which thing should we take? Is it different company codes for different locations or is it based on the product group?
Sales Organisation is the organisational unit which responsible for the selling of the product, movement of goods to the customet,customer right of recourse
Sales Area is the combination of the Sales:
Company code of an organisation is the legal entity which have separate
Balansheet and profit & loss A/C required by law for the legal purpose
so whenever an organisational unit have different Balance sheet and P/L
A/c you can define a company
-- Sanjay yadav
Organistational Structure broadly refers to the way a company follows
a set path of systems/hierarchies.
A Company's structure can be mapped in R/3 which would facilitate flow of information, flow of process and also facilitates work flow in a logical way.
A Sales Organisations structure is based on the Elements of the Organisation which are as follows.
1. Comapny Code
A Company Code is generally created by finance guys and it broadly represents the highest point of structure.
The relation between Sales Org and Company code is Unique. One Sales
Organisation can be assigned to one Comapny code. Think of one practical
situation where in u can Say that Essar is One Group (Client).
A Combination of Sales Org, Distribution Channel and Division is called a Sales Area and a Sales Area is assigned to the company thru the Sales Orgn.
A plant is assigned to the company code. It is also assigned to the Sales Org and Dist Channe and this channel is called Delivering Plant.
A Shipping POint is assigned to the CLIENT. *-- Srini
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