Inter-Company Sales-Part 3
In terms of inter-company sales, we have a selling company and supplying company. A selling company is the company which creates a sales order and bills the customer for the goods, while the supplying company is the one that has the item in stock and finally delivers the goods to a customer. In customizing we need to assign the plant of a supplying company to the sales area of selling company in order to use the inter-company sales process. While defining conditions, we can use the standard inter-company pricing condition types IV01 and IV02 which are utilized by a default routine 22 for inter-company sales related billing.
This is the third in a series of four lessons about customizing and using intercompany sales process in your SAP environment.