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SAP ERP 2004: Enhancements in SAP Retail Store

n Goods Receipt Processing n Incoming Invoice n Direct Store Receiving (GR with reference to requirements) n Article Master: Display Option n Article Master Processing

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Enhancements in Goods Receipt Processing in SRS

As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500) the initial screen has been adjusted. In particular, you can select reference documents from the initial screen, meaning that the intermediate step via the document search help is no longer necessary. In Customizing you can determine whether this new initial screen is used instead of the current one.

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SAP Retail Store Initial Screen

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Goods Receipt

Purchase Order Search

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Goods Receipt

Reversal Entry Screen

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Return Delivery Entry Screen

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Goods Receipt

Purchase Order Search

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Goods Receipt

PDC Processing Entry Screen

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Incoming Invoice in SAP Retail Store n As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500) you can create expense invoices and credit memos in your store using SAP Retail Store. These invoices and credit memos can have the following reference:
u Reference to a goods receipt u Reference to a purchase order u No reference

n You can enter invoices and credit memos for purchase orders with and without return items (mixed also). In addition to goods-related items, you can also enter G/L account items. In a document without a reference, however, you can only create G/L account items. n SAP Retail Store can now perform an invoice verification. The tolerance logic and lock logic for the standard invoice verification applies. n You can search for and cancel invoices and credit memos for your store.
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SAP Retail Store

Initial Screen

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Incoming Invoice

Initial Screen

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Incoming Invoice

Initial Screen

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Create an Incoming Invoice after Posting a Goods Receipt

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Create Logistics Incoming Invoice

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Logistics Incoming Invoice

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Logistics Incoming Invoice

Cash Payment

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Posted Invoice Document

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Goods Receipt with Reference to Requirements in SRS As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500) you can create goods receipts with reference to requirements in SAP Retail Store. The requirements can be purchase requisitions or they can come from replenishment. When you create a goods receipt, the system automatically creates a corresponding purchase order in the background. At goods receipt, you can also specify account assignments, for example, to receive consumable materials at one cost center. This scenario is a subset of the DSR (Direct Store Receiving) business process. Purchase requisitions and replenishment requirements have to be selected for a certain DSR vendor. With this reference document type selected you will find an additional function on the goods receipt entry screen ("All articles" button) which creates additional lines for all missing (those without suggested quantities) articles of the vendor listed in the actual store.
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SAP Retail Store

Initial Screen

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Goods Receipt

Reference to Purchase Requisition

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Components of BOM articles

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Goods Receipt

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Purchase Order

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Article Processing in SAP Retail Store

Display Option

n As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500), with SAP Retail Store you now have the following new options for article processing in each store :
u Display articles u Change and Park articles

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Article Master Data

Initial Screen

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Article Master Data

Display: Basic Data

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Article Master Data

Display: EAN!s

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Article Master Data

Display: Listing/Planning

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Article Master Data

Display: Purchasing Data

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Article Master Data

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Article Processing in SAP Retail Store n As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500), with SAP Retail Store you now have the following new options for article processing in each store : n Display articles n Change articles
u You can make the following changes: u Basic data (new EAN) u Site-specific logistics data (for example, reorder point, minimum stock) u Site-specific purchasing data

n Park articles
u You can park articles for creation. When doing so, you enter the following data: u Basic data (EAN, measurements) u Purchasing data (for example, price, vendor article number) u Sales data u Other information (free text)
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Article Processing in SAP Retail Store

SAP Retail Store stores this data in price catalog tables (PRICAT). An employee at headquarters transfers the article data from the price catalog using PRICAT inbound processing. The system adopts the data entered in the store, creates the article in the system and lists in it via a local assortment module in the requesting store. When creating the article, headquarters can modify and enhance the data from the store.

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Data Modification

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Article Master Data

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Article Master Data

Pre-Entry Screen

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Article Master Data

Create: Basic Data

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Article Master Data

Create: Purchasing Data

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Article Master Data

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Article Master Data in R/3

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" and Article Master Data in SAP Retail Store

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Article Master Data

Basic Data Screen

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SAP Retail Store

Customizing Article Master

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SAP Retail Store

Customizing Article Master

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BAdI!s in Article Master

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Vendor Master Data in SAP Retail Store

As of SAP ECC 5.00, Retail (EA-RET 500) you can create local vendors in each store with SAP Retail Store. You can park vendors in the store using SAP Retail Store. The system creates a simplified vendor master in a separate account group. A purchasing block is set initially for the new vendor. An employee at headquarters can release the vendor for the store using an account group conversion. The store still retains change authorization for this vendor, however.

Pre-Entry

Vendor Master

Release (activate Vendor account group)

Vendor Master

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Vendor Master Data

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Change

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