Object used to monitor sub-areas of costs and, in some
Internal orders can monitor costs of temporary measures, costs
and revenues related to the offering of a specific activity, or,
alternately, can be used for detailed monitoring of ongoing
Internal orders are divided into the following categories:
Overhead orders monitor sub-areas of indirect costs arising
from temporary measures. They can also be used for detailed
monitoring of ongoing plan and actual costs independently of
organizational cost center structures and business processes.
Investment orders monitor investment costs which can be
capitalized and settled wholly or in part to fixed assets.
Imputed orders monitor period-based accrual between expenses
posted in external accounting and imputed costs in internal
Orders with revenues monitor the costs and revenues arising
from activities for partners outside the organizational boundaries,
or from activities not belonging to the core business of the