SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 9): Define Division




This is the part 9 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Define Division
For the business scenario we will define two divisions:

  • A1 for starter pack product.
  • A2 for handset product.

We define division from the following menu path of “SPRO” t-code: IMG – Enterprise Structure – Definition – Logistics – General – Define, copy, delete, check division.

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The above image is © SAP AG 2011. All rights reserved
The above image is © SAP AG 2011. All rights reserved

In the next article, I will explain about how to assign plant to company code.

Notes:
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6 thoughts on “SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 9): Define Division

  1. That's certainly interesting. But it would be good if there would be some background information like what's a division and a rationale why starter pack product and handset product are set up as division. Maybe it would be even better the whole sales area (sales org+distribution channel+division) is discussed in one article.

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