Stock Transfer Process in SAP S/4HANA

This document provides an overview of the complete cycle of the Stock Transfer Process in SAP S4H. The process includes the creation of a reservation, reservation approval, transfer posting, and placement in storage.

The following are the key processes involved in the Stock Transfer Process:

  • Create Reservation:
    • Users can enter the transaction code MB21 or navigate through the menu path to create a reservation.
    • The reservation specifies the materials to be transferred, the quantity to be transferred, and the source and destination plants.
  • Reservation Approval:
    • The reservation goes through multiple approval levels, with notifications sent to the respective approvers.
    • This ensures that only authorized personnel can approve stock transfers.
  • Transfer Posting:
    • Users can use the transaction code MIGO to handle transfer postings.
    • The transfer posting records the movement of materials from the source plant to the destination plant.
  • Place In-Storage:
    • This process involves selecting the “Place in Storage” option in the MIGO transaction and entering the relevant material document.
    • This ensures that the materials are physically placed in the destination plant’s storage location.

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Goods Return Process in SAP S/4HANA

This document provides an overview of the complete cycle of the Goods Return Process in SAP S4H. The process includes the creation of a Return Purchase Order, Return Delivery, Quality Rejection, and creation of a Credit Memo.
The following are the key processes involved in the Goods Return Process:

  • Vendor Return Delivery – Quality Return (Movement Type – 124):
    • Quality Inspection using transaction code QE51N.
    • Creation of Gate Pass.
  • Vendor Return Delivery – After Quality Acceptance & Before Invoice Posting (Movement Type – 122):
    • Return Delivery using transaction code MIGO.
    • Creation of Gate Pass.
  • Goods Return with Return Purchase Order (Movement Type – 161):
    • Creation of Return Purchase Order using transaction code ME21N.
    • Return Purchase Order Release through a multi-level approval process.
    • Return Delivery using transaction code MIGO.
    • Credit Memo creation using transaction code MIRO.
    • Creation of Gate Pass.

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Business Process Manual for Material Procurement (Stock) in SAP S/4HANA

This sample manual [114 Pages PDF] is designed to guide users through the Material Procurement (Stock) processes within the SAP S/4HANA system.

Here’s a summarized overview of the Material Procurement (Stock) Process document:

  • MRP & Purchase Requisition Creation: Run MRP using MD02 transaction code and create Purchase Requisitions automatically via ME52N transaction code.
  • Purchase Requisition Approval: The requisition goes through multiple approval levels.
  • Request for Quotation (RFQ): Users can create or change RFQs using transaction code ME41.
  • Quotation Approval: Quotations are approved through multiple levels.
  • Purchase Order Creation: Purchase orders are created using transaction code ME21N.
  • Purchase Order Approval: Similar to requisitions, purchase orders also undergo multi-level approvals.
  • Inbound Delivery Creation: Inbound deliveries are created using transaction code VL31N.
  • Gate Entry Creation
  • Quality Inspection: Quality inspections are conducted using transaction code QE51N.
  • Invoice Verification: Invoices are verified using transaction code MIR7.
  • Invoice Approval: Parked invoices are approved through multiple levels.

The manual covers various other details, including specific transaction codes, navigation paths, roles, and step-by-step instructions for each process.

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Breakdown Maintenance Process in SAP PM : End Users Guide (144 Pages PDF)

This SAP User Manual for Breakdown Maintenance(144 pages PDF) provides a comprehensive guide to managing breakdowns and maintenance within the SAP PM system. By following this manual, users can fully manage breakdown processes including equipment selection, notification creation, purchase requisitions, invoice verification, order confirmation, and vendor payment using key SAP transactions for each process.

Key Breakdown Maintenance processes covered in the document are:

  • Equipment Selection: Can be done through various searching parameters using function keys or icons.
  • Notification Creation: Involves entering details like malfunction start date and time, selecting causes, and saving the notification.
  • Purchase Requisitions and Orders: Managed using ME52N, ME23N, and other transactions, including approval workflows.
  • Invoice Verification: Handled through MIR7, including tax details and payment tabs.
  • Order Confirmation and Status Updates: Includes steps like technical closure, status confirmation, and order saving.
  • Vendor Payment: Outlines the process of vendor outgoing payment using F-53 and related transactions .
  • Asset Transfer and Gate Entry: Describes the process of transferring assets within company codes and creating gate entries.
  • Reports and Closure: Includes steps for settlement to cost centers, order closure, and printing checks .

This manual covers the entire breakdown maintenance process cycle end-to-end within SAP, using key transaction codes, and provides detailed instructions for each step involved in the process.

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Asset Accounting Process in SAP S/4HANA (145 Pages PDF)

This user manual for asset accounting processes provides an end-to-end guide to managing fixed assets within SAP S/4HANA. By following this SAP user manual, finance users can fully manage fixed asset processes including capitalizing assets, transferring assets, retiring/disposing assets, depreciation runs, reversals, and asset reporting using the key SAP transactions for each process.

Key Asset Accounting processes covered in the document are;

  • Asset procurement can be done through PO (ME21N) and GR (MIGO) in MM module or direct FI document (F-90)
  • Assets under construction (AUCs) are managed using AS01 before settlement to capital assets via AIAB
  • Assets can be transferred within company code via ABUMN or to another company code
  • Retiring assets properly writes off value through F-92 (sale to customer) or ABAON (sale without customer)
  • Depreciation runs using AFAB post planned depreciation to GL accounts
  • Reversals of incorrect postings done via AB08
  • Reports like AR01, AR02, AR03 provide asset balance, history, and depreciation details
  • Covers the entire asset lifecycle end-to-end within SAP Asset Accounting using key transaction codes

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General Ledger Process in SAP S/4HANA (147 Pages PDF)

The manual provides a comprehensive guide to posting financial transactions to the general ledger processes in SAP S/4HANA. It covers the most commonly used transactions for journal entries, parking documents, clearing open items, accruals, recurring entries, reversals, reporting and more.

Key GL processes covered in the document:

  • Posting Journal Entries: Covers posting standard journal vouchers through FB50, F-02 and FB01. Explains workflow approval for parked documents.
  • Parking Documents: Demonstrates parking journal entries for approval using FV50 and F-65 before posting.
  • Post with Clearing: Shows how to clear between GL accounts using transaction F-04.
  • Incoming/Outgoing Payments: Explains posting of receipts and payments via F-06 and F-07.
  • Accruals and Deferrals: Shows how to post and automatically reverse accruals/deferrals using FBS1 and F.81.
  • Recurring Documents: Steps through creating, changing, displaying and posting recurring entries with FBD1, FBD2, FBD3, F.14.
  • Reversals: Covers reversing posted entries through FB08, F.80 and clearing documents using FBRA.
  • Clearing Items: Demonstrates manual clearing with F-03 and automatic clearing using F.13.
  • Reporting: Explains viewing GL account balances and line items using FAGLB03, FAGLL03, FAGLL03H.

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Accounts Receivable Process in SAP S/4HANA (241 Pages PDF)

This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform transactions of common accounts receivable process in SAP S/4HANA Finance (FI-AP). It is intended for users who are new to SAP or who need a refresher on the accounts receivable process.

The guide covers the following topics:

  • How to create and park Customer invoices
  • How to create and park Customer credit memos
  • How to process Customer Advance Payment: (Without advance request)
  • How to process Customer Incoming Payment (Full, Partial, and Residual):
  • How to process Customer Outgoing Payment (Refund to customer)
  • How to manage Customer Manual Clearing
  • How to post a new accounting document with reference
  • Most Used Accounts Receivable Reports

The guide is organized by topic, and each topic includes step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and explanations of the key concepts.

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