This guide aims SAP Users to understand how Product Costing is used to collect and allocate costs in manufacturing environment. It explains what you need to know to perform these tasks and helps you to assess the most appropriate costing method for your situation.
Product Costing Flow for Discrete Manufacturing Without Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Discrete Manufacturing with Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Make-to-Order Production with Valuated Stock and Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Make-to-Order Production with Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Assemble-to-Order Production with Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Repetitive Manufacturing with Profitability Analysis
Product Costing Flow for Engineer-to-Order Production with Profitability AnalysisRead more →
Introduction to Product Cost Planning
Reference and Simulation Costing
Material Costing Without Quantity Structure
Preparing for Product Costing
Material Costing With Quantity Structure
Other Costing Functions Read more →
1 Variant Configuration
Variant configuration is for manufacturing complex products in which customer determines the features of the product. Objective of variant configuration is to react quickly to customers’ requirements.
Here it needs not to create separate material for each variant of a product. When companies introduce variant configuration this often goes beyond a business process re-engineering project. Variant configuration offers an opportunity to restructure product structures for which then processes are defined. This has a direct impact to the core areas such as marketing and product data management. Read more →
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