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SAP Stock Materials Procurement without QM Process Flowchart

SAP Stock Materials Procurement without QM Process Flowchart

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The flowchart illustrates the process of procurement to stock in SAP¬†without Quality Management (QM), specifically for items that go directly into stock, such as stockable tools and consumables. Here’s an overview of the process:

  1. Procurement Initiation: Triggered by MRP generated procurement needs, a Purchase Requisition is created.
  2. Request for Quotation (RFQ): If needed, RFQs are issued to gather vendor quotes.
  3. Purchase Order Processing: The Purchase Order (PO) is created and may undergo changes until it is accurate and approved, after which it is printed and sent to the vendor.
  4. Goods Receipt and Inspection: Upon receipt from the vendor, goods are inspected. If there’s no need for QM, goods are directly posted to stock.
  5. Invoice Processing: Vendor invoice is received and verified through Goods Receipt/Invoice Receipt (GR/IR) processing, followed by outgoing payment.

This streamlined process aims to facilitate efficient procurement for immediate stock use, bypassing the QM steps typically required for other items.

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