Since their acquisitions in 2007, SAP has definitely had significant impact on these two tools, but the original visions and the intended target markets -of the two original software vendors who created them- are still at the core of how they function.
But this vendor X is taken by another company (Y) and now, they want payment to be done on Y ..X is taken over by Y.
This excerpt from Materials Management with SAP ERP: Functionality and Technical Configuration by Martin Murray is reprinted here with permission from SAP Press, copyright 2011. 3.1 Material Master The Material Master is the repository of the data used for a material.
The Material Master is more than a single file for each material, it is where all information on a material is entered and accessed from. 3.1.1 Material Master Overview When customers implement SAP, they are often overwhelmed by the information contained in the Material Master file.
Some parts of SAP software are also described with module code due to support issues.
Some enterprise resource planning applications in your organization may be redundant.
A fundamental indicator of a successful implementation is the level to which the data has been correctly converted into the SAP master data files.
Consequently, this article will focus solely on the differentiators and similarities of BPC and BFC so that the reader may be able to gain a better insight into SAP’s EPM offer and why a company would select one tool over another to support the various activities of their finance function.
Is there a way in SAP, to get payment on Y instead of X? -Regards, Satish Or use for vendor X partner function PI Invoice Presented By where you will set vendor Y.
Hope it helps Tomas." id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl03_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="4599571" / Hi, You can use head function in vendor master.
Enterprises should consider centralized ERP deployments to reduce the total cost of ownership of multiple applications.
Multisite architecture strategies and deployment plans are becoming increasingly critical for enterprises supporting enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems on different platforms, databases, data structures, storage systems and continents.