Internal orders will be useful to know item wise cost. The cost incurred for each of the trade fair will be posted to the internal orders. Internal orders are used to plan, collect and settle the costs of internal jobs & tasks for specific time period. Internal order is used to monitor costs for monitor short term events and activities. There are different types internal orders, the common ones being a real order where you collect costs and settle it at the month end. The other orders are statistical order and capital order for capital objects.

  • Order types: Order type is a key that differentiates internal orders according to the purpose.
    e.g. one Vehicle is being used by several departments.
  • Real orders: Real orders are the cost objects. Later we have to do settlements to the particular receiver object.
    e.g. one vehicle is used for all departments. The expenses incurred for maintaining that vehicle will be added to the order. Based on the mileage used by each dept, we can settle the expenses to different cost centers by using statistical key figures.
  • Statistical Orders: Statistical orders are used for information purpose. Settlements are not possible here.
    e.g. Create statistical order for each account wise.
  • Order category: Order category determines the technical properties of orders. Each order type must be assigned to an order category. An order category can have more than one order type.

 

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