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SAP IS RETAIL Interview Questions and Answers Updated 2022

1. What version’s of SAP IS Retail have you worked with?

SAP IS Retail has many different versions active in the market, 4.0, 4.7, and currently, more common new implementations are being done in ECC 5.0 and ECC 6.0.

2. What is MAP?

MAP stands for Merchandise and Assortments Planning

3. How do you do price execution in retail?

Normal Pricing in SAP IS Retail is maintained using VK11 using different condition types. Change pointers can be configured in the SAP system that will be triggered when any price change or price addition happens and these change pointers are transferred down to the POS

systems using POSDM or other custom solutions. The changes can be transferred to other channels like websites and mobile devices using the same strategy.

4. How do you maintain promotions in SAP IS Retail?

Promotions are maintained via a transaction called WAK1, the pricing conditions are created and transferred down to POS or other systems.

5. What is a stock transfer order?

A stock transfer order is a PO that triggers the transfer of stocks between sites/stores within the same company.

6. What is a listing in retail?

Listing is a process that controls what stores get what articles. Articles that are listed to a particular store or DC will not get be able to process. The Master data related to those articles will not be available in the stores where that article is not listed.

7. Can we generate return deliveries from stock transfer orders in SAP MM?

Yes, we can generate return deliveries to the sending store in the STO.

8. How is the physical goods issue posted when the merchandise is returned in SAP MM?

Physical goods issue is posted as negative goods receipt when merchandise is returned

9. Can you have multiple vendors associated with a single PO in SAP MM in SAP IS Retail solution?

No, a single vendor can always be associated with the PO

10. What is a source list?

Source list is a list that determines where a particular article can be procured from. Source list contains the vendor info, validity dates, etc. A vendor could also be a store.

11. What is MAP?

MAP stands for Merchandise and Assortments Planning

12. How do you do price execution in retail?

Normal Pricing in SAP IS Retail is maintained using VK11 using different condition types. Change pointers can be configured in the SAP system that will be triggered when any price change or price addition happens and these change pointers are transferred down to the POS systems using POSDM or other custom solutions. The changes can be transferred to other channels like websites and mobile devices using the same strategy.

13. How do you maintain promotions in SAP IS Retail?

Promotions are maintained via a transaction called WAK1, the pricing conditions are created and transferred down to POS or other systems.

14. How is the physical goods issue posted when the merchandise is returned in SAP MM?

Physical goods issue is posted as negative goods receipt when merchandise is returned

15. What do you understand about space management in SAP IS Retail?

Space management deals with optimizing the positioning of an article on a shelf. key figures are defined that determine how the space will be managed, which is usually done based on sales data, revenue data, or the gross margin.

16. What is a change pointer?

Change pointers are a concept in SAP that allows the system to manage the changes happening to Master data, pricing, or in general anything data change. Different change pointers are created and they are used to transfer the changes down to other systems like BW, POS, eBusiness, Manugistics, etc.

17. What are the drawbacks of using change pointers?

One of the biggest drawbacks of using change pointers in a retail environment is the volume of change pointers that may get created and the ability of the system to handle those changes. The performance of batch jobs is severely affected when we have many change pointers. Proper care should be taken to create only those change pointers, which will be consumed by the system.

18. Where else can you use the space management data in Retail?

We can use the space management data in requirements planning and replenishment.

19. What is a generic article?

Generic article example – T-shirt is a generic article and the different variants of this article are Yellow, Red, Blue T shirts.

20. What is a Pricing profile of an article?

Pricing profile controls whether the variant sales prices are the same or different from the sales price of the generic article

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