How to Configure SAP Credit Management for SAP S/4HANA Cloud Sales – Video Tutorial
This is blog shows you how to configure SAP Credit Management for SAP S/4HANA Cloud Sales in a step-by-step video.
Efficient receivables and credit management reduces the risk of financial losses and helps you to optimize business relationships with your business partners. SAP Credit Management supports your company in determining the risk of losses on receivables from your business partners early and in making credit decisions efficiently and in some cases automated.
With SAP Credit Management, you can operate centralized credit management. The applications connected (for example, Sales, Logistics Execution, Financial Accounting) report the commitment of a business partner to SAP Credit Management. These reports are then consolidated into the credit exposure in SAP Credit Management and checked against the current credit limit for the business partner.
Before starting your configuration for Sales, make sure you have completed the settings for the master data, processes and business transactions in SAP Credit Management. For more information, please visit Configuration for SAP Credit Management | SAP Help Portal.
SAP Credit Management for Sales
If you set up SAP Credit Management for Sales, credit check will be performed as early as a sales order is created. For example, if a customer failed the credit check rules, their sales orders that are credit check active will be blocked for billing and delivery.
The following video tutorial focuses on the setup of SAP Credit Management for Sales. It presents a step-by-step instruction that covers the configuration for credit management, the maintenance of credit data for business partners, and the setup of pricing procedures.
Read on to find answers to some frequently asked questions about enabling SAP Credit Management for Sales.
How to find the corresponding pricing procedure for my sales orders?
You can find the pricing procedure of a sales order in its header data.
How to change the value of Subtotal within a pricing procedure?
Some fields within the pre-defined pricing procedures cannot be changed. To make changes, you need to copy a pricing procedure as your customized procedure first.