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Sap is-u(Ccs) - Overview

Sap is-u(Ccs) - Overview
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  SAP IS-U / CCS (AN OVERVIEW)   IS-U/CCS is a business process-oriented customer information system that handlesall categories of supply and services provided by utility and service companies. You can useIS-U/CCS to manage and bill residential, nonresidential, and service customers and to manage prospective customers. IS-U/CCS is exceptionally flexible. It supports a varied range of divisions and business partners and provides a large number of functions. Furthermore, IS-U/ CCS processes all business transactions and activities with a central business partner jointly, and it offers account management, which integrates all of a business partner’s payment transactions.In addition, you can take advantage of powerful customizing functions and the flexibility of the R/3 System to customize IS-U/CCS to meet your individual organizational requirements. Utility companies can use IS-U/CCS to bill all the traditional divisions:- – Electricity– Gas– District heating– Water and waste waterIS-U/CCS also handles billing for waste disposal (as of Release 1.2) and cable television connections.Because IS-U/CCS is integrated with the Service Management (PM-SMA) and Sales and Distribution (SD) application components of the R/3 System, you can also bill service ordersand service contracts for services of all types, plus the sale of goods, such as meters, heat pumps, and consumption devices.IS-U/CCS jointly invoices (if desired and appropriate in terms of time) all the services that a utility company provides to customers. It combines them into a single bill and processes them for accounts receivable via Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable.Moreover, using an interface you can include the billing results from external billing systems in invoicing. This allows you to collectively create bills and process accounts receivable with  the billing results of IS-U/CCS (Release 2). Of particular significance in IS-U/CCS is the collective billing of services from more than one company. This includes convergent billing and intercompany billing. With convergent billing, a utility company can manage the services of a third party and include them in its own bill.Examples:-– Waste disposal in behalf of the city sanitation department.– Cable charges for telecommunications companies.– Drainage charges on behalf of the municipality.With intercompany billing, several independent companies (each with their own separate balance sheets) can combine their services into a single bill. The services are based on contracts with different company codes. Integrating services from more than one company provides advantages to bothconsumers and utility companies. Integration is also the foundation for future forms of billingin a deregulated utility industry where the services of any one division consist of service components from more than one company. Functions and Special Features :-Most important functions and features of IS-U/CCS. Important functions and features of IS-U/CCS Basic Functions and Tools With the basic functions of IS-U/CCS, you can manage the addresses and regional structures and generate scheduled dates for meter readings, budget billings, and regular billings.The print workbench gives you the capability for flexible layout of bills and other customer letters using SAPscript, the word processing system of the standard R/3 System. You can either edit the data in SAPscript and pass it to the printer, or you can make the data available for mass printing at the raw data interface (RDI).  As part of the migration process, you can transfer data from your current systemto IS-U/CCS.Other functions allow you to:– Configure screens with tab strips– Enter nonstandardized additional information as notes– Store time-dependent data as information in a history– Maintain number ranges to assign unique sort features– Set up flexible access protection– Log changes  Master Data The master data in IS-U/CCS includes:– Business partners– Contracts and contract accounts– Connection objects (such as buildings or land) and the premises, utility installations,and device locations they contain Basic Master Data in ISU Some of the Sub-Modules in SAP ISU: -Device Management For managing utility company devices, meters, and equipment, IS-U/CCS offers the following functions:– The capability to divide devices into device categories– Meter and device procurement, warehousing, and stock movements using integration with the Materials Management (MM) component– Maintain installation structures with their existing relationships between meters, devices, registers, and rate data– Maintain rate reference values and other information about the purchase of power  – Installation, removal, and replacement of meters and devices– Device inspection and certification based on a sampling procedure or individual certificationIn addition, device management allows you to create meter-reading orders and enter consumption and demand. In this area, IS-U/CCS offers the following functions:– Create meter reading orders and documents in printed or machine-readable form– Enter meter reading results manually or automatically– Conveniently connect external entry systems– Validate meter reading results– Correct or post-process meter reading results– Monitor meter readings– Valuate at flat rates consumption and demand on the basis of various replacement values (such as the number of cable television connections or the energy intake of streetlights) Contract Billing Billing is the core of IS-U/CCS. It covers the billing of supply categories and services. In addition, you can incorporate the services that you processed and billed with the Service Management and Sales and Distribution components and the meter reading results from external billing systems in IS-U/CCS invoicing (Release 1.2 and Release 2).A contract is billed as follows:1. The necessary data is collected.2. The data is prorated. The system accounts for price and tax changes during the billing period.3. The system converts the readings into billable quantities (such as register factors or thermal gas billing).4. The quantities are valued using rates in which the utility company has stored its billing rules.5. The meter reading results are validated and form the basis for invoicing. Forms of billing in IS-U/CCS:-  Periodic billing– Floating backbilling– Period-end billing– Interim billing– Final billing– Budget billing and average monthly billing or equalized billing (North America) The most important functions of contract billing:- – IS-U/CCS supports as billing cycles both annual consumption billing and monthly billing
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