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How to handle ‘plants abroad’ functionality in SAP and avoid common mistakes

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The ‘plants abroad’ functionality has been designed by SAP for organisations that have warehouses or distribution centres in other EU countries. The ‘plants abroad’ functionality has been designed by SAP for organisations that have warehouses or distribution centres in other EU countries. It enables easier reporting of VAT and Intrastat declarations enabling VAT and Intrastat postings for intra-company, cross-border stock transfers. Drawing on his practical experiences at Philips, John Lambourne focuss on how to activate and implement ‘plants abroad’ functionality in SAP and examines some of the known and unknown risks.

In this presentation from the SAP Control for VAT Compliance conference 2011, John Lanbourne, SAP VAT Project Lead at PHILIPS CONSUMER ELECTRONICS BV, leads an interactive discussion: How to handle ‘plants abroad’ functionality in SAP and avoid common mistakes.

The ‘plants abroad’ functionality has been designed by SAP for organisations that have warehouses or distribution centres in other EU countries. It enables easier reporting of VAT and Intrastat declarations enabling VAT and Intrastat postings for intra-company, cross-border stock transfers. Drawing on his practical experiences at Philips, John Lambourne focuss on how to activate and implement ‘plants abroad’ functionality in SAP and examines some of the known and unknown risks.

Overview of topics discussed:

  • Activating ‘plants abroad’ in SAP
  • Cross border – intra-company stock transfers
  • Interface between sales and distribution
  • Sales process from a ’plant abroad’
  • VAT return report and EC sales list
   
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SAP Control for VAT Compliance, SAP, VAT, conference 2011, SAP conference, John Lanbourne, Philips