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Intercompany business processing describes business transactions which take place between two companies (company codes) belonging to one organization. The ordering company orders goods from a plant which is assigned to another company code.

The following intercompany business transactions are possible:

A sales organization which is assigned to the ordering company code creates a sales order ordering goods from a plant assigned to another company code.

The plant in the delivering company code delivers the goods to the customer for whom the sales organization placed the order.

A purchasing organization which is assigned to the ordering company code creates a purchase order ordering goods from a plant assigned to another company code.

The plant in the delivering company code delivers the goods to the plant for which the purchasing organization ordered the goods.

Because the two companies balance their accounts independently, the delivering company must bill the ordering company for the goods. This internal billing transaction is carried out by means of an intercompany billing document. The delivering company bills the ordering company at a price that allows the delivering company to cover its costs.

 

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