Trade Management

When purchasing goods from a trade organization may have miscellaneous amounts payable under the contract to the supplier (seller); duties remuneration payable to the intermediary organization through which purchased Products cost of procurement and delivery of goods to their place of use, including insurance costs. Costs for bringing goods to the state in which they are suitable for use in the planned purposes. Other costs directly related to the acquisition of goods. Including these costs in the cost of purchased goods will generate the most complete and cost to establish accounts and selling purchase price to allow a profit from trading operations. In the 1C: Enterprise 8 "Trade Management" operation on the acquisition of goods reflects the document "Receipt of goods and services." Customs duties are reflected document "GTD on imports." All other expenses are the document "Receipts ext. costs ".

It should be noted that the documents "GTE import" and "Receipt dop.rashodov" should be entered on the basis of a document "Receipt of goods and services." This allows to fill a table of documents "GTE import" and "Receipt dop.rashodov" on the basis of which the distribution of additional costs on the cost of purchased goods. A separate focus on the distribution of incremental costs based on the cost of purchased goods. In a typical solution of 1C: Enterprise 8 "Trade Management" implemented 3 methods of distribution: the sum, for Total, by weight. Depending upon the commodity nomenclature may need to use other methods of allocation of additional costs. For example, if your company sells large-scale household appliances, transportation costs it is more expedient distribution of proportion to the volume (cubic) unit of the commodity. For these companies we provide revision mechanism for distributing additional costs depending on the assumed in company procedures. So, after entering all the required documents, the system will be set a specific cost of shipment.

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