Re: [sap-acct] Third customer payments

Posted by PSD Rajan (Solutions Architect)
on Jul 12 at 11:32 AM
You could use rebate processing. The $20 to the distributor can be accrued
as rebate for each billing to the end customer. You could make periodic
payments to the distributor too. This way, you will only bill the end
customer for $120, collect $120 from the end customer and pay $20 to the
distributor. There will be no 'sale' to the distributor, however you would
need to do something in the lines of consignment if the goods are to be
physically with the distributor. Post this in the SD forum. There are some
amazing guys there with a lot of innovative ideas......

---------------Original Message---------------
From: AV
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 11:08 AM
Subject: Third customer payments

Hello All,

Thanks a lot for your responses. I think I did not explained the process properly earlier. Let me re-do it again.

We have a scenario where we sell our products to our Distributors let's say for $100. Now, this distributor sells those products to an end customer for $120. Now, the end customer will directly remit the $120 payment to us. Here, we need to clear the receivables of Distributor for $100 and the remaining $20 should be paid to the distributor. I am wondering how this can be accomplished in SAP.


Thank You.

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