In a previous post we had a look at creating a lump sum allowance using the invoice customer deductions or the customer deductions. These are handy because you can avoid paying money out with a credit on a customers account. But sometimes the customer might not purchase again so you might want to pay them the incentive amount. This could be a type of rebate or refund for make a purchase.
When you set a lump sum allowance you can then specify the option to pay using accounts payable which will allow you to select the vendor you want to generate an invoice for an then you would pay that invoices through accounts payable.
Here is a quick overview.
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