Each document type and item category has a different use in SAP SD. In this video, learn how to analyze the differences in document types and item categories and when to use each in the sales and distribution process.
- [Instructor] Document types and item categories … in the Sales and Distribution module … serve many requirements of businesses … across the sales cycle. … Let's take a look at how they work. … Document types serve varying purposes in the SD process. … SAP comes standard with predetermined document types. … Custom document types can also be added … to fit unique needs of a business. … The standard document types are broken down by use. … Let's look at some of the most commonly used. … Presales documents facilitate … sales inquiries and quotations. … Next order document types are created … for standard sales orders. … Cash sales, where an order is made and delivered … to the customer all at once and consignment orders. … Next, under outline agreements, there are different … document types for scheduling agreements and for contracts. … Finally, there are many issues processing document types. … These types are for scenarios like … sales order returns, creating debit and credit memos, …
- 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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