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SETTLEMENT MANAGEMENT

 

Welcome to the SAP Settlement Management Wiki.

 

Settlement Management functionality supports all types of settlement processes, including core business processes that need to be fully integrated in the order-to-cash cycle or within in a procure-to-pay scenario, such as condition contract settlement (rebate settlement), as well as standalone processes, whereby you provide special financial settlement services for your business partners.

Settlement management has replaced the old MM and SD rebate settlement processes, which were used in ERP. It is available in S/4 HANA, but earlier versions of the functionality are available in ERP: in the Agency Business and Compensation Management components. One of Settlement Management's main functionalities, Condition Contract Management provides a central, standardized solution for the administration of supplier and customer conditions. The condition contract is the central document in Condition Contract Management. With condition contacts, those which require subsequent settlement can be managed.

On this Wiki-page, you can find information about the key functionalities for this topic as well as links to other documents, which contain important information about the necessary customizing settings and configuration requirements related to Settlement management. For the CCM configuration guide and the description of the delivered standard configuration please refer to the KBAs mentioned in the "Important Notes/KBAs" panel of this page.

 

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Important Notes&KBAs

2481672: Condition Contract Management - Useful Documents

2535889: CCM - Description of delivered configuration

2564353: Condition Contract Management: Product Overview Documents

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