Job Processing includes three processes:
- Job Shipment
Procurement from a Job prompts any of the following procurement processes:
- Time Entry
- Direct Purchase
- Procurement from Inventory
- Procurement from Production Order
Job Shipment – the shipment of usage posted to a job – is supported by a special document.
- The posting of a Job Shipment document produces no value changes, which is different from inventory postings because the usage is already assigned to the job (via procurement processes).
- Job Shipment documents are useful for process recognition and to provide a printed Shipment document.
Invoicing from a Job is based on posted usage or adduced performance. There are three types of invoicing:
- Direct Invoicing of posted usage entries
- Invoicing via release (Fixed Price, Realized %)
- Invoicing based on performance (for example, realized milestones instead of posted hours)
All Job Processes have these inherent features:
- Different options are available; therefore, a channel can be used to specify the processes.
- Due Dates are needed in planning.
- A planning process is completed first.
- Entries are released based on planned processing.
- Necessary documents are created along with releases.
The following table describes a sequence of tasks, with links to the topics that describe them.
|Learn about the procurement functionality.||Procurement|
|Learn about the job shipment functionality.||Job Shipment|
|Learn about the invoicing functionality.||Invoicing|
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