RE:[sap-log-sd] Customer Partner Types?

Reply from Eklavya on Feb 10 at 9:00 AM
The use of partner function mostly depends on the business scenario/model being used. In general, Sold to is the one who is placing the order, ship to is the one to whom the goods are to be delivered, Bill to is the one to whom the bill is sent and Payer is the one who pays to the account department.

Also you can use different other partner functions like sales representative, vendor, consignee and so on depending on what is the business requirement.

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From: MalinJSweden
Sent: Friday, February 10, 2012 6:47 AM
Subject: Customer Partner Types?


Today we use (as most of you I guess) Ship-to, Sold-to, Payer and Bill-to.

As we are preparing a major roll out during 2012-2013 we are going through the processes and how things are created today.

What partner type would you say that you do the business with, sold-to or payer??
On what partner type do you set the credit limit? We set it on payer level today.

Are there anything in particular that we should think of when configurint the different partner types?

Thank you and best regards

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