What is customer master record?, Accounting Basics

A Customer Master Record is a permanent record that haves key information about a business partner or a material. This information must be entered into the system before any transactions can take place involving the business partner [customer] or a material. Master Records can be edited or altered when necessary. Changing master records is frequently known as "Maintaining" in SAP

 

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