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  • SK05

    Thanks for the response, Shyam. 

    There are two scenarios we have in relation to credit card and token:

    1. Customer walks away with the product and credit card is charged right away

    > In this case, if we get the token from a 'payment gateway', I assume we would save the token to the order somehow and then pass it to AR interface.

    Where in the AR interface this has to go be mapped in order to create the AR receipt? So that when AutoInvoice runs, both invoice and receipt gets created and matching takes place. 

    1. Customer places the order for the product and credit card is swiped but not charged right away. The credit card is supposed to charged only when shipping takes place.

    > In this case, if we get the pre-authorozed token from a 'payment gateway', I assume we would save the token to the order somehow. Then send that token for re-authorization before shipping (we may have to add an orchestration process to add a step before shipping and then finally charge credit card after shipping). If re-authorization fails, then no shipping. 

    If re-authorization passes, then ship and charge the credit card. Then pass it to AR interface.

    Where in the AR interface this has to go be mapped in order to create the AR receipt? So that when AutoInvoice runs, both invoice and receipt gets created and matching takes place. 

     Thanks

  • SK05

    Hi Prasad and Sunny,

    Is it there in 19B or 19C?

     

    Regards

  • SK05

    Thanks Deepak and Sukalyan for your responses, 

    I am confused about the SFO being used for intercompany - the attached white paper has following paragraphs/statements that are not very clear to me. 

    "The Order Fulfillment business function manages sales orders and generates intercompany and customer invoices in Cloud
    Receivables. The Order Fulfillment business unit must be the same as the Profit Center and Billing and Revenue Management
    business units i.e. a single business unit assigned (at the very least) the Materials Management, Order Fulfilment and Billing and
    Revenue Management business functions" - page 12

    section 'Special Considerations: Order Fulfilment Integration with Financials' on pages 15, 16, 17 & 18 - it seems that intercompany can be done without SFO as well

    especially scenario 1 has a statement "In this scenario Supply Chain Financial Orchestration is not implemented to manage intercompany inventory flows. Since there is no intercompany, many Order Fulfilment business units can feed a single Billing and Revenue
    Management business unit." - the first statement imply that intercompany can be achieved without SFO; but immediately the second statement starts with "Since there is no intercompany....". 

    Also the second statement contradicts with the fact below - many OM BU to one AR BU vs one OM BU to one AR BU.

    "Fact: if the Order Management is implemented, the Order Fulfillment and Billing and Revenue Management business
    units must be the same." - page 26

    Awaiting for your responses.

    Thanks a lot.