To effectively use SAP, an organization must define an organizational structure. In this video, diagram the components and relationships of a productive sales and distribution organizational structure.
- [Instructor] Every module in SAP … has its own independent organizational structure. … The organizational structure defines the relationships … between different work groups and departments. … Let's look at the components … of a typical sales and distribution … organizational structure. … The sales and distribution organizational structure … is made up of an internal SD components … and components from two other modules. … First, the components directly in the SD module … include sales organization. … The sales work is at the highest level of the structure, … and the reporting on all sales activities … is done at this level. … Next is the distribution channel. … The distribution channel is the means … by which customers are reached. … Examples of distribution channels … include retail, wholesale, or internet sales. … The next component is division. … This is the component that handles a specific product line. … For example, a company may have one division … that sells physical products …
- 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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