Learn how data flows to and from the SAP Sales and Distribution module. In this video, assess integration points and discover how data is tightly integrated with other modules in SAP.
- [Instructor] A great strength of the SAP ERP … is the integration of different modules. … This integration ensures transactions … are not happening in a silo. … Let's look at how the sales and distribution module … integrates with other modules in SAP. … Because the sales and distribution module … is a major driver of business operations, … there are numerous integration points … with other SAP modules. … This integration ensures accuracy … and saves time and effort … because data only needs to be entered one time. … Let's look at some of the most crucial integration points. … Sales and distribution … integrates with the materials management … or MM Module when the sales order is created. … All the details of the product or service … and the material master automatically populate … in the sales order. … This also includes data about shipping points … and plant information … for when the order is ready to be fulfilled. … Similarly, SAP SD integrates with production planning … or the PP Module. …
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Sales and Distribution Overview
2. Master Data
5. Billing and Returns
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