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Collection Management
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Process Strategies Collection strategies used in SAP Collections Management. Strategies are used to

Prioritize business partners on the worklist Define the currency in which the amounts are to be displayed in the worklist Determine the time intervals with which the business partner payables are to be sorted Define the type of integration with dunning in Accounts Receivable Accounting Determine the influence of the terms of payment on Collections Management (proactive receivables processing)

All specialists in a collection group collect open receivables from business partners with the same strategy. Therefore, you have to assign a collection strategy to each collection group. For more information, see the IMG activity Define Collection Groups . Requirements Before you configure strategies, you must have created the collection rules that you want to use for the prioritization of business partners on the worklist. For more information, see the IMG activity Define Collection Rules. Activities 1. Create a collection strategy. Assign a name and the attributes specified above (currency, specifications for proactive receivables processing and for dunning, definition of time intervals for sorting). Alternatively, you can change the existing strategies. SAP recommends that you create naming conventions for strategies (supported by the authorization object that uses the name of the strategy). Note that changing and deleting strategies does not disrupt productive operation and the use of old worklists since the system stores versions of the strategies as long as they are still used in worklists. 2. Choose the collection rules that you want to have checked when the worklist is created. a) For each rule, decide whether it is to be an exit rule or whether it is to contribute to the valuation of a worklist item. b) Maintain the prerequisites and conditions for the collection rules, provided the rule can be parameterized.

c) You can access the documentation of a collection rule via the function User Documentation (info icon). d) The system calculates the maximum valuation as the total of valuation points per collection rule. It is used to determine the percentage valuation and therefore, the priority of a worklist item. If you use prerequisites that mutually exclude two rules, you may have to change the maximum valuation manually. 3. If you have configured SAP Collections Management completely, and transferred data from Accounts Receivable Accounting, you can test the strategy: Strategy -> Simulate Strategy. In the subsequent dialog box, select a business partner for whom the worklist is created according to the strategy changed or created. Click on Execute Button Process Strategies

Click on Create Button, Enter Collection Strategy Name in the below screen with Description, Enter Currency. Over Due Period and Due Date Peirods (Can use Default Data)

Enter Data as shown below and click on Receivables Before Due Date, No of Days before Due Date. Click on Create button under Assignment Rules and Select our Collection Rule with Amount Range.

Click on next tab (Dunn.Data) and select Data shown below and Click on SAVE Button

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