Your company XYZ is invoiced by your partner company ABC which is part of your organization and set-up as such in your ByDesign system. You are creating a supplier invoice for company ABC and the invoice is shown in the supplier's account monitor for company ABC. Since this is an intercompany transaction, your expectation is that consequently a receivable item (e.g.: customer invoice) is automatically created and reflected in the receivable monitor for your company XYZ.
Reproducing the Issue
- Go to Supplier Invoicing work center.
- Create a new Supplier Invoice.
- As Buying Company you define your company XYZ. As Supplier choose the associated company ABC.
- Navigate to Receivables / View: Customer Accounts work center.
- Select your company XYZ and View / Trade Receivables.
The scenario described here does not reflect the Intercompany Supplier Invoicing process as outlined in the online-help. Intercompany Supplier Invoicing in ByDesign relates to the invoicing of a company by a third-party supplier. In case Intercompany Supplier Invoicing is enabled in your configuration, a partner company can be charged for selected invoice items. In this scenario a receivable item of type 'Other Receivable' is automatically created in the account monitor for the charged company XYZ.
In the original scenario of invoicing company XYZ by partner company ABC, a separate customer invoice has to be created for company XYZ in order to reflect this transaction as a corresponding receivable item in the account monitor.
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