Third-Party Order Processing With Scheduling Agreements

You can transfer responsibility for the product ordered by the customer to the supplier when processing third-party orders (also known as direct third-party shipments). This process supports direct shipping between a supplier and a customer. Your company is not responsible for the delivery of the product because you pass the order to the distributor or supplier. The latter then sends the goods directly to the customer. Supersession is a process in which the hardware of a command or command is replaced by another hardware based on specific criteria such as availability control or obsolescence. In TPOP, suppliers can replace hardware in two ways: delivery agreements with delivery plans cannot be used for assembly or processing orders by third parties. 15 Third Delivery Delivery Third Delivery with Delivery Conditions (Delivery Plan / JIT) and Batch-OEM third Prelim. plan. MM-Sched. Agreement Delivery Plan/ JIT Delivery Sched. Sd-Sched.

MM-Sched planning agreement requirements. Third-party Monitor Contract Orders Delivery Plan / JIT Delivery Sched. Sd-Sched. Requirements of the ASN Outb Production Property Planning-Reception Agreement. Delivery / GID Verification ERS Verification ERS VERIFICATION ERS ASN (OEM) 15 34 Delivery Delivery Delivery Third Delivery Delivery Delivery with individual orders OEM third-party order order individual order Order individual Order Order customer order Order Third-party order Customer order need production Assembly Control ERS ERS ERS Outb. Delivery / GID ASN (OEM) 34 7 Views / Process Overview Third party view with appointments (forecast/JIT delivery plan) With group JIT calls (Kanban, BUT) With JIT calls sequenced with subcontractors with external agents (sales view) With external agents and subcontractings in combination with SAP APO (CMDS) With individual orders 7 12 Excerpts from Relevant Third Party Topics III The same material (system/customer/factory) is sent to the OEM via the third and third. The result is several conditions in the third-party system: the possible aggregation of requirements and the setting of schedules in the MM delivery contract for disposition/APO planning for material mMs that are supplied by the third party to the OEM. No aggregation (1:1) for materials delivered by the third party to the OEM-ATP/GATP feature for materials supplied by the third party to the OEM. No ATP/GATP functionality for materials delivered by third party to OEM 12 In this SAP SD tutorial, we talk about delivery plans in SAP Sales and Distribution.

You know what SAP SD delivery plans are and how to create them. We provide relevant screenshots and instructions for this process.