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Cost-based activity-independent dependency planning

You want to calculate the cost of your employees' office supplies. The cost element is 405200 (consumption of office supplies). You have defined the statistical key figure Employee and planned it on an activity-independent basis.

Dependency type 1, stat. key figure

The SAP R/3 System calculates the dependency price and dependency quantity according to the plan quantity for a statistical key figure.

You have planned your data as follows.

Statistical key figure

Employee

Activity-independent

10 pieces

Fixed dependency price

200 USD

 

The SAP R/3 System calculates the following plan values:

Dep. type

Dep.srce type

Fixed dep.price

Variable dep.price

Dependency source quantity

Fixed planned costs

Variable planned costs

1

Employee

200 USD

0 USD

10, since planning is activity-independent

200 USD X 10 = 2000 USD

0 USD

 

The R/3 system posts 2,000 USD under cost element 405200.

 

Quantity-based activity-dependent dependency planning

You want to calculate costs per car body manufactured. In addition to consumption of metal parts, screws and rivets for each body, there is also consumption of lubricant per hour of production. You define the components of the car body as resources, and the car body itself as a statistical key figure.

Dependency type 3, quantity type

You plan costs for lubricants using dependency type 3. The R/3 System calculates the dependency price and the dependency quantity based on the planned quantity for an activity type, in this case 100 hours of activity type "Production hours".

Dependency type 1, stat. key figure

You plan costs metal parts, screws, and rivets per car body using dependency type 1. The R/3 System calculates the dependency price and the dependency quantity based on the planned quantity or a statistical key figure, in this case Car body. Since your planning is quantity-dependent, the system calculates the planned costs using the activity-dependent statistical key figure, in this case 5 units of the statistical key figure Car body.

 

You have planned your data as follows.

Statistical key figure

Car body

Activity-dependent

5 pieces

Activity type

Production hour

Quantity

100 hours

Dependency type

1

1

1

3

Resources

Screws

Rivets

Metal parts

Lubricant

Resource price

0,10 USD

0.20USD

200 USD

0,50 USD

Variable dependency quantity

0

0

0

50 g

Fixed dependency quantity

10 pieces

10 pieces

10 pieces

0 g

Fixed plan consumption

Calculated by the system

Calculated by the system

Calculated by the system

10 g

Variable plan consumption

20 pieces

20 pieces

50 pieces

Calculated by the system

 

The SAP R/3 System calculates the following plan values:

Dependency type

Resources

Dep.srce type

Fixed dep. qty

Variable dep. qty

Dependency source quantity

Fixed plan consumption

1

Screws

Car body

10 pieces

0

5 pieces

10 X 5 =
50 pieces

1

Rivets

Car body

10 pieces

0

5 pieces

10 X 5 =

50 pieces

1

Metal parts

Car body

10 pieces

0

5 pieces

10 X 5 =
50 pieces

3

Lubricant

Production hour

0

50 g

100 hours

10 g

 

 

Dependency type

Resources

Variable planned consumption

Res.price

Fixed planned costs

Variable planned costs

1

Screws

20 pieces

0,10 USD

50 pieces X 0.10 USD = 5 USD

20 pieces X 0.10 USD = 2 USD

1

Rivets

20 pieces

0,20 USD

50 pieces X 0.20 USD = 10 USD

20 pieces X 0.20 USD = 4 USD

1

Metal parts

50 pieces

200 USD

50 pieces X 200 USD = 10,000 USD

50 pieces X 200 USD = 10,000 USD

3

Lubricant

50 g X 100 =
5 Kg

0,50 USD

10 g * 0.50 USD = 5 USD

5 Kg X 0.50 USD = 2,500 USD

 

For each resource, the R/3 System posts the following costs under the cost element that you have assigned in the relevant master record:

Resources

Fixed planned costs

Variable planned costs

Screws

5 USD

2 USD

Rivets

10 USD

4 USD

Metal parts

10.000 USD

10.000 USD

Lubricant

5 USD

2.500 USD

 

 

 

 

 

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