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do you know if there is any configuration/workaround to have different payment terms if the sales order has been delivered during the last 7 days of the month?
My idea is to have one process where I can tell the customers: "if you send to us an order during the last 7 days of the week" we will move the payment terms for that orders 30 days later.
As we are doing the invoice process only at the end of the month.
For example :
Order1 comes on 4th of August --> Invoice with payment terms of 60 days
Order2 comes on 28th of August --> Invoice with payment terms of 90 days
Is it a complete customer process?
thanks in advance
There is no out of the box feature for this requirement. It would be a manual procedure or you can consider a customization for this. For sure there is no support to have a payment term per order line; it is only on the sales order header.
Apart from what Andre mentioned, I would recommend checking things with your legal and sales department.
That is because a sales order that has been agreed on can usually not simply be modified form one side that entered into that deal.
To avoid that customer are unhappy with what you plan to modify, I would quickly double check that this is ok for everybody involved in the sales order process.
Tha you so much for your reply.
I imagine that it should be a custom but I tried anyway to tell ;-)
Yes, our legal dept has already checked this and it is fine too.
Have a nice day
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