A sales process is only as good as a firm's ability to deliver the goods and services to a customer. In this video, analyze the high-level shipping and transportation processes in SAP.
- [Instructor] Once sales have been made, … goods must be delivered to customers. … The shipping and transportation area of SAP deals … with picking, packing, shipping, … and issuing goods to a customer. … Let's look at how the process works in the system. … The shipping process starts with the creation … of the outbound delivery for the order. … In this step, the shipping point, … or the physical location where this order will be sent from, … is determined. … Then, a delivery check is performed. … This check references the order, the customer, … and the current stock of materials … to see whether the delivery is possible. … This delivery document also reads … all the physical material master data … to determine the weight and the dimensions of the shipment. … Finally, the delivery route is determined. … The second step in the process is referred to as picking. … Picking is the physical process of taking goods from storage … and moving them to a staging area to be packed. … Picking requests refer to delivery documents …
- 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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