Reverse Wrong Consignment Postings in Your SAP System

  • by Gaetano Altavilla, Senior SAP Solutions Architect, Instructor, Project Manager, and Team Leader
  • January 15, 2009
Learn how to correct wrong consignment postings in your SAP system and prevent further wrong postings from occurring.
Key Concept

Wrong consignment postings are caused by several different factors, such as a wrong consignment info record, price, tax code, initial upload, or a goods movement. These errors can affect the entire supply chain because of wrong Financials postings. Reversing wrong postings is a complex process that involves numerous departments.

The vendor consignment process is one of the most integrated processes in an SAP system. It requires special attention from various departments to avoid issues that can waste everyone's time and energy. Booking the process correctly in your system helps to prevent your company from making wrong consignment postings in the first place and saves time by eliminating the need to fix them.

Gaetano Altavilla

Dr. Gaetano Altavilla is a certified associate senior SAP solutions architect, instructor, project manager, and team leader located in Naples, Italy. His focus is on pre-sales, delivery of SAP application solutions for large international corporations and SAP knowledge management across regions.

In his 16 years of SAP application experience working for many multinational companies, such as Procter & Gamble and Hewlett-Packard, he has covered a wide range of ERP logistic areas, focusing on the MM, WM, SD, LES, PP, PP-PI, PLM (QM, PM, PS) modules, as welll as CRM (TFM), SRM (EBP), SCM (APO), SCM (TM) and SCM (EWM) components.

Dr. Altavilla holds a degree with first-class honors in mathematics from the University of Naples and is certified in many SAP modules: SAP Logistics Bootcamp, SAP MM, SD, LE (SHP/WM/LE), PP, PLM (PM, QM, PS), SRM, CRM, SCM (APO), SCM (TM), FI, CO, and Solution Manager. He also has experience in ABAP/4 and application link enabling (ALE) and IDocs. He has participated in numerous industry conferences, such as the SAP Skills Conference in Walldorf at SAP SE.

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