SAP Purchasing Group Tables play very elementary role in the system to enhance the efficiency of the ERP system. The function of the tables is to streamline the purchasing activities within the organization. They reside the information concerning to the purchasing logically. Below in tabular form, details of purchasing tables are given:

TableDescriptionsFunctional Area
T024Purchasing GroupsPurchasing
B061Purchasing GroupConditions
S011PURCHIS: Purchasing Group StatisticsData Collection
T026ZAssignment of purchasing group to purchasing areaPurchasing
S011BIW1S011BIW1 * PURCHIS: Purchasing Group StatisticsData Collection
S011BIW2S011BIW2 * PURCHIS: Purchasing GroupStatistics Data Collection

T024 Tables

Description: These tables hold data about purchasing groups comprising of assigned codes, description and related data. The prominent fields of the tables are EBGRP (Purchasing Group),EKGRP (Purchasing Group Descriptions) and more

T024E Table

Description: The SAP Purchasing Group Table is part of database for assignment of purchasing organizations. Tables hold information about assignment of purchasing groups to purchasing organizations having fields EKORG (Purchasing Organization), EKGRP (Purchasing Group) and more

T024W Table

Description: This table holds information about the purchasing organizations valid for related purchasing groups. The fields of the table are EBGRP (Purchasing Organization), EBGRP (Purchasing Group) and more

T061 Tables

Description: It is table in SD application with the transaction code SE16 and SE11 TCode. Its fields are MANDT,KAPPL , KSCHL , EKGRP and more

T16FB Table

Description: It is part of SAP ERP System with the function to select the field selection for purchasing groups in the vender master record.  

In Short SAP Purchasing Group Tables are mandatory part of SAP Material Management Module (MM). Moreover, this set of tables deliver an organized and structured framework for organization of purchasing groups , their assignments and concerning procurement processes. The function of these tables is to facilitate effective procurement operations, compliance and control within the organizations, ultimately being a part of effective supply chain management.