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1) There are two types of Third Party Processes: a) Third Party Process without Shipping Notification

b) Third Party Process with Shipping Notification.


Third Party Process without Shipping Notification
In third-party order processing, your company does not deliver the items requested by a customer. Instead, you pass the order along to a thirdparty vendor who then ships the goods directly to the customer and bills you. The standard sales order automatically creates a purchase
requisition for the materials to be delivered by the third-party vendor.
The incoming invoice from the vendor updates the billing quantity, so that the customer-billing document can only be created after entering the
invoice from the vendor.
Process flow: Third party Sales Order --> Convert purchase requisitions to purchase order --> Approval of purchase orders --> Invoice
verification --> Billing
Third Party Process with Shipping Notification
For this process, the vendor sends a shipping notification. The incoming invoice from the vendor updates the billing quantity, so that the
customer-billing document is only possible after entering the invoice from the vendor.
The vendor then sends a shipping notification. After that a statistical goods receipt is posted. The incoming invoice from the vendor updates the
billing quantity, so that the customer-billing document can only be created after entering the invoice from the vendor.
Process flow: Third Party Sales Order --> Convert Purchase Requisitions to Purchase Order --> Approval of Purchase Orders --> Post
Statistical Goods Receipt --> Invoice verification --> Billing
So, technically the 3rd Party Sales w/o SN is commonly used - whereby no GR is required. GI and GR process is between the vendor and the
customer in the Sales Order. Once customer confirmed received, only then there will be incoming invoice from the Vendor, which then MIRO
and Billing follows..
2. Standard SAP practice, it is recommended to perform MIRO before Billing, as the vendor has to advice us that our customer has received
the goods of the quantity ordered, which only then we can bill the customer according to the quantity received by the customer.

The statistical GR ('ghost' GR) is used in third party processing. In this scenario the
goods are delivered directly to your customer, so you wont receive the goods at your
location.
Still you can do goods receipt by mvt 101 but you won't see it in your stock as in the
reality you don't have stock from it. It will be booked directly to a G/L account.
This GR is not a must.

In case of 'real' goods receipt (in case of stock materials) you receive the goods into
your S.Loc and you can see them in your stock report.