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  • In-Store Merchandise and Inventory

    Management

    SAP Best Practices for Retail

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    Purpose, Benefits, and Key Process Steps

    Purpose

    These components of the SAPECC Retail System are used in the store. Together with the

    central SAPECC, they form a complete retailing system.

    Procurement, goods movement and sales postings make up the mass business of a store.

    With In-Store Merchandise and Inventory Management, these postings can be executed by

    employees directly in the store.

    Benefits

    Low running costs and hardware requirements

    Use of standard technologies

    Intuitive, easy-to-use user interface

    Business processes designed for store needs

    Integration into central merchandising & accounting system

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    Purpose, Benefits, and Key Process Steps

    Key Process Steps

    Purchasing

    Store to store stock transfer

    Physical inventory count

    Goods movements

    Goods receipt

    Inventory Lookup

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    Required SAP Applications and Company Roles

    Required SAP Applications

    SAP Enhancement Package 7 for SAP ERP 6.0

    Company Roles

    Retail Store Manager

    Retail Warehouse Manager

    Retail Buyer (Invoice Verification)

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    Process Flow DiagramIn-store Merchandise and Inventory Management

    Change delivery

    Reta

    il S

    tore

    Ma

    na

    ge

    r

    Create Delivery for store order

    Reta

    il W

    are

    ho

    use

    M

    an

    ag

    er

    Post goods issue

    Post goods issue

    External Purchase order

    Return purchase order

    Store order (direct)

    Create store order

    (stock transfer)

    Store order & vendor

    determined by system

    Stock transfer purchase order

    Post goods return

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    Process Flow DiagramIn-store Merchandise and Inventory Management

    Create goods receipt without

    reference documents

    Stock transfer

    Reta

    il S

    tore

    Ma

    na

    ge

    r

    With reference (Article

    document)

    Create goods receipt with reference

    documents

    Entering count

    With reference (PO)

    Misc. goods movement

    Create return delivery without reference doc.

    Create goods receipt for

    delivery

    Create goods receipt for PO

    Create document in in-store

    merchandise & inventory

    management

    Initial entry of inventory data

    Editing differences

    Difference values - purchasing

    Sales order

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    In-Store Merchandise and Inventory management -

    Landscape

    IDES Smart Retailer Inc.

    at night:

    article and price

    EAN

    Sales data

    cashier statistics

    converter

    MIM

    vendor

    POS Server

    purchasing activities

    inventory management

    customer order

    management

    promotion

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    Purchasing process of the store

    Store

    Vendor

    Head Office

    DC

    Purchase

    requisition,

    purchase

    or delivery

    delivery delivery

    picking

    goods issue

    invoice

    Order data

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    Replenishment in MIM

    SAP Retail Store

    Head Office

    Store

    Planning by visual

    inspection

    Purchase requisition

    Quantity Quantity

    proposal

    Stock Open

    receipts

    Material

    10,00 10,000 0,000 100,000 R100013

    9,000 9,000 0,000 90,000 R100014

    8,00 8,000 0,000 0,000 R100015

    Replenishment run

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    Goods receipt in MIM

    delivery delivery

    picking

    goods issue

    invoice

    Store

    Vendor Head Office

    DC

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    Goods movements in the store

    movement

    normal

    stock

    promotion

    stock

    stock store 1 stock store 2

    xxx xxx

    Store Head Office

    Other Store

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    Inventory in MIM

    counting articles

    physical inventory

    count

    scanner

    inventory count

    inventory book inventory

    xxx

    inventory result

    =

    ?

    Store Head Office

    xxx

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    Sales process

    delivery

    sales order order

    Store Head Office Vendor

    DC

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    Promotion information

    Price calculation

    volume-rebatearrangements

    conditions

    order processing

    goods issue

    inventory management

    goods receipt

    order

    requirements planning

    POS incoming outgoing

    promotion

    free-goods discount

    assortments

    catalog processing

    additional

    coupons

    bonus buy

    Business Information

    Warehouseexternal systems

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