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errors, the employees can refuse approval. The system informs the vendor or service 
provider by e-mail. 
 
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EBP Process (Local)
FI, COMM
CO doc.
 (commitment)
Shopping cart
(EBP)
Purchase order
Confirm
goods receipt
Enterprise Buyer R/3 Back-End System
Message
Accounting
doc. IR
Create
invoice
Order
 
 
 
„ There are only local documents in the 'local' EBP process. Purchase order data and the resulting 
follow-on documents (goods receipt, invoice) are only saved in the EBP system and are not 
transferred to an R/3 back-end. However, the message is outputted in EBP. 
„ MM is not required in the back-end for local EBP processes. In this case, inventory management 
cannot take place (this is not possible in EBP). Therefore, only consumable material procurement 
(Indirect Procurement) is possible, stock material procurement (Direct Procurement) is not. 
„ Accounting data cannot be entered in the EBP. Data such as commitments or vendor liabilities is 
transferred to the FI back-end. 
„ The Enterprise Buyer Professional can communicate with several back-end systems. 
 
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Back-End Process
FI / COMM
CO doc.
 (commitment)
Accounting
doc. IRInvoice
Accounting
doc. GR
Enterprise Buyer R/3 Back-End System
Message
Confirm
goods receipt
Purchase order
Shopping cart
Create
invoice
Purchase
requisition
Goods receipt
 Order
 
 
 
„ In the back-end process, one or more back-end documents come from a single shopping cart. These 
may be reservations, purchase requisitions or purchase orders. If there are any messages, the system 
issues them in the back-end. 
„ You can choose whether further processing of this back-end process takes place in the EBP or in the 
R/3 back-end. This means you can choose which system to create goods receipts and/or invoices in. 
„ Whichever system you choose, the follow-on documents are updated in both the EBP shopping cart 
and the back-end order. 
„ This scenario requires Materials Management in the R/3 back-end, thus enabling stock material 
procurement (Direct Procurement). 
 
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Shop
Purchasing
Description
Product
Shop
Description
Product
 
 
 
„ You can create your shopping cart items in different ways. 
y If you enter the product number directly, the EBP system determines the relevant description, 
details and, if necessary, a source of supply. A product can be a material or a service. 
y You can also create an item without references. If you do this, you must enter a description, 
quantity, unit of measure and a product category (= material group) manually. 
y If you choose an item from a catalog, the product number and/or description, details, product 
category, vendor, and price are provided. 
y You can store items that you always need in a list of favorites. 
 
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Shopping Cart
Phoenix Enterprises
...
Delivery address
Very important..
Internal memo
134 available in plant
3200
Availability
Product ID 100-100
Description ...
Qty 1 piece
...
Basic data
Cost center 1000
Consumption account
 400000
...
Acct assgt
File:
 description.doc
Asset
Please deliver ...
PO text
Arami-00 23 USD
...
Sources
Detail
 
 
 
„ The shopping cart itself is not a purchase order. Different follow-on documents are created according 
to the completeness of the data (vendor, price) and system configuration. These may be local 
purchase orders, back-end purchase orders, or other back-end documents (purchase requisition, 
reservation). 
„ For more information, use the detail button: 
y Basic data, Account assignment, Purchase order text, Asset, Internal memo, Delivery address, 
Availability, Sources. 
y If the system cannot determine a source of supply, you can enter a preferred vendor. 
y An availability check can take place across plants (APO is not required). 
„ In the Enterprise Buyer Professional, various approval scenarios for shopping carts and other 
documents can be implemented with standard workflows. 
 
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Confirm Goods Receipt
Wareneingang bestätigen
2
1
3
Confirm Goods Receipt
 
 
 
„ When you enter goods receipts, refer to the purchase order. If you do not know the purchase order 
number, you can search via the material, time period or name of the shopping cart. 
„ With this transaction, you can display confirmations and reversal postings. 
 
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Invoice and Credit Memo
Invoice and Credit Memo
2
1
3
 
 
 
„ You also create the invoice with reference to the purchase order. If you do not know the purchase 
order number, you can search via the material, time period or name of the shopping cart. 
„ In this transaction, you can display invoices and create credit memos. 
„ You can create invoices or credit memos without reference to a purchase order. 
 
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mySAP Supplier Relationship Management
SAPEPR 2 days
mySAP E-Procurement
Overview Course
**BC330 5 days
E-Commerce
Technical Core
Competence
**ITS070 2 days
SAP Internet
Transaction Server:
Administration
D30EPR 2 days
Delta EBP 2.0 after 3.0
*ECO220 5 days
Internet Sales
ECO690 3 days
SAP Online Store
EPR240 3 days
Catalog & Content
Management
EPR210 3 days
Enterprise Buyer
Professional
* See also mySAP CRM Curriculum
** See also mySAP Tech Curriculum
 
 
 
„ Notes: 
y The mySAP E-Procurement solution is included in the mySAP Supplier Relationship Management 
(mySAP SRM) solution. 
y Please note that this curriculum and current information can be found under www.sap.com, 
Education. 
 
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mySAP Supplier Relationship Management
Vendors
Enterprise SystemsEnterprise Systems
Vendors
Web BrowserWeb Browser
Exchange-based
integration
Potential
vendors Portal-based
interaction
Design
Planning
Execution
 
 
 
„ SAP Markets, the exchange company of the SAP group, presents with mySAP Supplier Relationship 
Management (mySAP SRM) a new and extensive software solution for the management of vendor 
relationships. Companies can use mySAP SRM to increase the competitiveness and efficiency of 
their value chains. 
„ mySAP SRM enables processing of relationships with vendors of all sizes and with a complete range 
of technical facilities. Vendors profit from mySAP SRM by having easier system integration and 
better cooperation possibilities, and therefore gain higher profits, decrease their sales costs and 
ensure greater customer satisfaction. Using external services, small-scale suppliers can process 
orders, create invoices or update prices and specifications without having to invest in their own IT 
infrastructure. All vendors profit from the increased transparency of the purchasing behavior of their 
customers. mySAP SRM reduces transaction costs, increases precision of process flows, helps to 
recognise new business prospects, and leads to a higher efficiency of sales and distribution 
processes. 
„ Vendors with existing sales and distribution solutions can be connected using the exchange 
infrastructure of mySAP Technology. To summarize, mySAP SRM reduces the costs of business 
relationships by automating cross-company processes, for all parties concerned. The exchange 
infrastructure of mySAP Technology includes functions for cross-company integration, that were 
developed by SAP Markets Partner, Commerce One. 
 
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