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The path here is IMG, Financial accounting, Accounts receivable and accounts payable, Credit management, Credit control account, Define risk categories
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The code here is [OB01] As a tip, it is advisable to be as simplistic as possible when defining the credit risk categories and document credit groups Due to the number of combinations, one can perform with these two groupings The risk categories are shown in Figure 4-117 Now that the risk category has been defined, it is possible to proceed with the settings for the automatic credit control
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The code here is [OVA6] One merely creates a credit group for each differentiation in the document type (see Figure 4-118)
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Figure 4-117 Credit Risk Categories and associated credit control
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< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > Page 371 Should you create a different credit group, such as if you want to perform the credit check differently for standard sales orders, as one does for scheduling agreements, you can create and assign the credit group to this table You then need to assign the credit groups to the sales document and delivery document types
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The menu path is IMG, Sales and distribution, Basic functions, Credit management/Risk management, Credit management, Assign sales documents and delivery documents, Credit limit check for order types, Credit limit check for delivery types
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The code here is [OVAK] for order document types and [OVAD] for delivery document types As in Figure 4-119, one can assign the sales document type OR, the check credit indicator D to determine the automatic credit control, and the credit group 01 Determining this automatic credit control is carried out for a sales order
Figure 4-118 Credit groups
Figure 4-119 Automatic credit control determination, document type and automatic check indicator and credit group
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One can now define the automatic credit control settings This is maintained by proceeding as follows: IMG, Sales and distribution, Basic functions, Credit management/Risk management, Credit management, Define automatic credit control
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The code here is [OVA8] One now assigns settings to the combination of the credit control area, the customers risk category, and the credit group, as shown in Figure 4-120 One can see in the previous example that we have automatic settings for a low-risk customer, a medium-risk customer, and a high-risk customer in a sales order One has already assigned the credit control area as well as the credit group; all that is remaining is the assignment of the risk category to the customer master record This risk category assignment occurs in the same place as the customer s credit limit, which is the Customers credit management screen That is, the risk category is assigned to the customer by Finance by going to the Logistics overview screen, Accounting, Financial accounting, Accounts receivable, Master records, Credit management, Change, or to transaction code [FD32] (see Figure 4-121) One can also assign various other credit settings in relation to the customer master record here This customer credit master record is divided up into five views:
Figure 4-120 Credit control area plus customers Risk Category plus credit group
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Figure 4-121 Customer master credit settings
The overview gives an overview of the credit settings in relation to the customer, including his credit limit, the credit exposure, the percentage of the credit limit used, his payment data, and his risk category The address view gives the customer s address details as they appear on the customer master record The central data is a view that shows the total credit limit the customer can receive across all credit control areas as well as the maximum limit he can receive in one credit control area For example, he may be allowed to purchase in more than one company code, and thus may be allowed to purchase in more than one credit control area However, the business may want to limit their overall exposure to the customer and may assign a maximum limit pertaining to the sum of individual limits across all credit control areas The business may go further and assign a maximum limit allowed in any one credit control area The status view shows the customer s actual individual details according to the particular credit control area being investigated This includes his credit limit, the percentage used, the credit exposure, the risk category, whether he is blocked due to credit or not, and so on The payment history view displays the payments made by the customer for a particular credit control area where a company code is assigned (as payments are made within a company code)
< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > Page 374 We can now maintain the settings for the automatic credit control These settings may take the form of a static check or a dynamic check The static credit limit check is a check comparing the credit limit assigned to the customer to the total value of open sales orders, plus the total value of open deliveries not yet invoiced, plus the total value of open billing documents not yet passed on to accounting, plus the total value of billing documents that have been passed on to accounting, but which have not yet been paid by the customer The dynamic credit check is a check comparing the customer s credit limit to the total of open sales orders not yet delivered, plus the total value of open deliveries not yet invoiced, plus the total value of open billing documents not yet passed onto accounting, plus the total value of billing documents that have been passed onto accounting, but which have not yet been paid by the customer This dynamic check has an attached time period that states that the system is not to include sales orders in the total of outstanding items created after the specified time period For example, the time period may be two months; thus, when the system defines the credit amount used by a customer, it includes all open items in sales orders, but does not include open items with a shipping date of two or more months in advance These are the two main types of checks, but one can also require additional checks to be performed in combination with the dynamic or static credit checks or require these additional checks to be used on their own These additional checks perform the following tasks: A credit check when the maximum document value is exceeded This check is performed when a document value in the currency of the credit control area is exceeded For example, the company may want all sales orders exceeding a value of $10,000 to be automatically blocked and released by a credit manager A credit check when changing critical fields It is possible to institute a recheck of the credit, should certain customer master record fields that are credit-relevant be altered in the sales order from those in the master record An example would be the customer s payment terms A credit check at the time of the next internal check This activates the credit check to be performed on a certain date All preceding sales orders are not relevant for credit checking
< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > Page 375 A credit check on the basis of overdue open items The credit check is based upon the ratio of open items that are overdue by a certain number of days and the customer s balance, which must not exceed a certain percentage A credit check on the basis of oldest open items This check enables the oldest open item to be only a certain number of days overdue A credit check against the maximum-allowed dunning levels This check allows the dunning level of the customer to only reach a specific value Customer-specific credit checks These credit checks are self-definable and can be created in the user exits LVKMPTZZ and LVKMPFZ1 These settings can be seen in Figure 4-122
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