|Product |MOTIVATION | |PREREQUISITES | |SAP ERP |The data entry requirements in the sales & | |Before you use this case study, you should be | |G.B.I. |distribution exercises (SD 1 through SD 8) were | |familiar with navigation in the SAP system. | |Release 6.04 |minimized because much of the data was stored in | | | | |the SAP system. This stored data, known as master| |In order to successfully work through this case | |Level |data, simplifies the processing of business | |study, it is not necessary to have finished the SD | |Undergraduate |transactions. | |exercises (SD 1 through SD 8). However, it is | |Graduate | | |recommended. | |Beginner |In the sales order process, we used master data | | | | |for customers, materials (the products we sold) | |NOTES | |Focus |and pricing to simplify the sales order process. | |This case study uses the Global Bike Inc. (G.B.I.) | |Sales and Distribution | | |data set, which has exclusively been created for SAP| | |In this case study, we will create the master | |UA global curricula. | |Authors |data for a new customer. | | | |Bret Wagner | | | | |Stefan Weidner | | | | | | | | | |Version | | | | |2.01 | | | |
|[pic] |Process Overview | |Learning Objective Understand and perform an integrated order-to-cash cycle. Time 120 min | |Scenario In order to process a complete order-to-cash process you will take on different roles within the GBI company, e.g. sales agent, | |warehouse worker, accounting clerk. Overall, you will be working in the Sales and Distribution (SD), the Materials Management (MM) and the | |Financial Accounting (FI) departments. | | | |You start the sales order process by creating a new customer (The Bike Zone) in Orlando. Then, you receive an | |...
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