Recording sales effectively is crucial to the success of a company. In this video, learn how to detect the steps necessary to create a sales order in SAP using transaction code VA01.
- [Instructor] The most common sales document … is a sales order, which acts as a contract … between a company and a customer. … Let's create a sales order … in SAP using transaction code VA01. … The first step is to select the order type. … We click the Match Code button to see our options. … There are 25 different types … of sales orders available in our system. … We just want to create a standard order. … So we'll double click OR for standard order. … If there was another sales document in the system … that we wanted to reference, like a sales quotation, … we could press the create with reference button … and enter that sales document. … We'll create the sales order from scratch, … so we'll press continue. … The first field we'll enter … on our create order overview screen is the sold to party. … We'll enter 1000308. … The system then prompts us … with a sales area for customer pop-up. … Sales area is the combination of sales organization, … distribution channel, and division. … We want the first option, which is Sales Org 1710, …
- Defining an organizational structure for SAP
- Key elements of master data in SAP SD
- Creating sales inquiries, quotations, and orders
- Shipping and transportation processes
- Creating invoices
- Running billing and returns reports
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1. Sales and Distribution Overview
2. Master Data
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