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    gabriel kinovisques
    R13 Paying Supplier through a 3rd partyAnswered
    Topic posted November 19, 2019 by gabriel kinovisquesRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Financials, Payables 
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    Title:
    R13 Paying Supplier through a 3rd party
    Summary:
    Paying Supplier through a 3rd party
    Content:

    Hello

    I was wondering if there is an option to Paying Supplier through a 3rd party.

    We have a business requirement where we have one Supplier. Example we got an ATT invoice to be paid 3,000 USD however we need to paid the invoice to another Supplier for example Verizon ?

    Please Advise

    Best Regards

     

     

    Best Comment

    Baskar Chakravarthi

    Hi,

    Currently, we do not allow supplier users to populate third party details on the invoices. It would be defaulted on the invoice creation, based on the setup at the supplier relationship.

    If you want to make the payments to supplier B, you need to use the third party payment functionality. Create third party relationship between supplier A and Supplier B.

    Create this relationship at supplier A at a site level (for which you want to make transfer to supplier B).

    Define the supplier B's bank account at supplier B only.

    While creating the invoice for supplier A for the above site, supplier B will automatically come as payee. Even the supplier B's bank account will also come. While making payment to the invoice, payee name will come as supplier B

    Reference:
    https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/helpPortal/topic/TopicId_P_F262E208A16408DEE040D30A68815984

    Please ensure default is checked at the TTP relationship

    Supplier > Site > Invoicing Tab to maintain Third Party Payment Relationship.

    There set one as a Default and that will default in installment.

     

     

     

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    • Baskar Chakravarthi

      Hi,

      Currently, we do not allow supplier users to populate third party details on the invoices. It would be defaulted on the invoice creation, based on the setup at the supplier relationship.

      If you want to make the payments to supplier B, you need to use the third party payment functionality. Create third party relationship between supplier A and Supplier B.

      Create this relationship at supplier A at a site level (for which you want to make transfer to supplier B).

      Define the supplier B's bank account at supplier B only.

      While creating the invoice for supplier A for the above site, supplier B will automatically come as payee. Even the supplier B's bank account will also come. While making payment to the invoice, payee name will come as supplier B

      Reference:
      https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/helpPortal/topic/TopicId_P_F262E208A16408DEE040D30A68815984

      Please ensure default is checked at the TTP relationship

      Supplier > Site > Invoicing Tab to maintain Third Party Payment Relationship.

      There set one as a Default and that will default in installment.