Justin Valley discusses the SAP sales and distribution module (SAP SD). This video outlines how the SAP ERP handles the sales cycle.
- [Narrator] The SAP Sales and Distribution module,…or SAP SD, is the backbone of selling…and transportation of products and services.…SAP SD is a logistics module that is used…to deal with customer and product-related data.…Organizations use this data to manage…all of the sales ordering, shipping, billing,…and invoicing of their goods and services.…SD is best visualized when broken into the sales cycle.…First are presales actions,…where inquiries and quotations are created.…
Next is sales, where the actual sales orders are created.…Third is shipping.…This is where delivery documents are created…and goods are picked from the warehouse.…Last is billing, where billing documents…and invoices are created.…Let's look at a typical sales and distribution process…in the system.…This is a sales quotation in the system.…This quote is for a quantity of five hours of a service…called Service Material 01.…The total amount is $624 and the payment is due…on the last day of the month.…
Quotations turn into sales orders,…and we'll look at a sales order in SAP next.…
- Benefits and limitations of SAP ERP
- Exploring the different SAP modules
- SAP security roles
- Menu tree and transaction code navigation
- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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