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SAP is one of the largest providers of enterprise software application towards better enterprise resource planning. SAP stands for Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing. Back in 1972, SAP was founded launching business solutions that help organize processes in enterprises. Over the years, different modules in SAP were developed for different processes. SAP Finance and Controlling (FICO) is one of the most widely used SAP modules. SAP FICO module includes SAP FI configuration, SAP CO configuration, SAP FI user and SAP CO user. Anyone looking forward to begin their career as an SAP FICO consultant needs to build a strong base covering all these aspects of SAP FI module and SAP CO module. Let’s have an overview of SAP FI and SAP CO module.

SAP FI Module and its Application

SAP Financial Accounting as the term suggests upgrades finance management in enterprises. Finance is the most critical part of every business and this aims at the perfect management of finance. It becomes stressful and complex to manage the entire financial accounting part by man-power. Therefore, SAP FI module has emerged as a popular module successfully implemented in organizations. SAP financial accounting module comes with a package that helps organizations in handling financial needs and accounting activities. It allows one to review the financial status of an organization in real time market. Popular components that comprise the FI module are:

  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • Asset Accounting
  • Account Consolidation
  • General Ledgers

SAP FI implementation involves SAP FI configuration. The business manager can configure SAP FI user after setting up few primary configurations. These configurations are usually done by the business manager aligning with client, company, business area configurations and more. Thereafter, right from master data to financial statements can be migrated to the SAP FI system for driving the best out of organized financial management system. The requirements for SAP FI configuration are chart of accounts, fiscal year variants and currencies. Once the configuration is completed, the document posting will automatically be posted thereafter. Enterprises will be able to view its real-time financial status.

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Course Description :

This Financial Accounting course is a ‘must have’ for everyone involved with SAP Financial Accounting. If you are new to SAP, a consultant or developer you need to understand how the SAP Finance System works. This course will teach you exactly that.

Once you get started you will:

• Understand How Sap Financial Accounting Works.

• Master The Basics Of Sap Financial Accounting.

• Learn About Important Financial Accounting Terms.

• Realize The Importance Of The General Ledger And Learn About It’s Features.

• Learn About Sub-Ledgers, Accounts Receivable/Payable, Asset Accounting.

• Overview Of How The Finance Module Integrates With Other Sap Modules.

• Recognize The Organizational Elements Of R/3 And Describe The Basic Settings.

• Be Able To Classify And Reconcile R/3 Documents With The Original Documents.

• Learn About Opening And Closing Posting Periods.

• Assign Posting Authorizations To Users.

SAP is the most popular enterprise business system used by the biggest organisations in the world to help run their companies.

Peter Moxon introduces you to the most important and fundamental aspects of any SAP Financial Accounting system.

This training course explains SAP Financial Accounting from the ground up to ensure you learn how the finance system works and how it integrates with all the other major SAP modules.

This course not only gives you an a thorough insight into how the SAP Financial Accounting systems works but is delivered in Pete’s unique style that guarantees everyone who takes the course will have absolutely no problem in understanding all the topics discussed.

Guaranteed! This is ‘the’ easiest way to learn and get up to speed with SAP Finance.

Whether you are a new SAP user, Business Analyst, Project Manager or a C-Level executive, this course is designed to be your guide and introduction to SAP Financial Accounting systems.

• What are the requirements?Understand how the SAP GUI works

• Basic knowledge of finance and financial terminology

• What am I going to get from this course?Understand How Sap Financial Accounting Works

• Master The Basics Of Sap Financial Accounting

• Learn About Important Financial Accounting Terms

• Realize The Importance Of The General Ledger And Learn About It's Features

• Learn About Sub-Ledgers, Accounts Receivable/Payable, Asset Accounting

• Overview Of How The Finance Module Integrates With Other Sap Modules

• Recognize The Organizational Elements Of R/3 And Describe The Basic Settings

• Be Able To Classify And Reconcile R/3 Documents With The Original Documents

• Learn About Opening And Closing Posting Periods

• Assign Posting Authorizations To Users

Full details

• Who is the target audience?Graduates who have basic understanding of finance and financial terminology & want to learn FICO.

• SAP Functional Consultants who need a fundamental understanding of FI.

• SAP Technical Consultants and Developers who need a fundamental understanding of FI


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SAP FICO COURSE CONTENT:

Introduction to SAP R/3

1.  Introduction to ERP, Advantages of SAP over other ERP Packages

2.  Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO

Financial Accounting Basic Settings:

1.  Definition of company

2.  Definition of company code

3.  Assignment of company to company code

4.  Definition of business area

5.  Definition of fiscal year variant

6.  Assignment of fiscal year variant to company code

7.  Definition of posting period variant

8.  Assignment of posting period variant to company code

9.  Open and close posting period

10.            Defining document type & number ranges

11.            Maintenance of field status variants

12.            Assignment of field status variant to company code

13.            Definition of tolerance groups for GL accounts

14.            Definition of tolerance groups for employees

15.            Assignment of tolerance groups to users

16.            Taxes on Sales & Purchases (input & output)

17.            Creation of chart of Accounts

18.            Defining Accounts Groups

19.            Defining Retained Earnings Account.

General Ledger Accounting:

1.  Creation of General Ledger Master (with and with out reference)

2.  Display/Change/Block/Unblock of general ledger master

3.  Document Entry posting normal postings and posting with reference

4.  Display and change of documents

5.  Display of GL balances

6.  Display GL account line items

7.            Reversal of individual documents, mass reversal , reversal of cleared items and reversal of accrual and deferral documents

8.            Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation ratios

9.            Define Exchange rates & posting of foreign currency transactions

10.            Interest calculations on term loans

11.            Accrual and Deferral documents

Accounts Payable

1.  Creation of vendor account groups

2.  creation of number ranges for vendor master records

3.  assignment of number ranges to vendor account groups

4.  Creation of tolerance group for venders

5.  Creation of vendor master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)

6.  Posting of vendor transactions (invoice posting, payment posting, credit memo)

7.  Settings for advance payments to parties (down payment) and clearing of down payment against invoices (special GL transactions)

8.  Posting of partial Payment & Residual Payment

9.  Creation of payment terms,

10.            Creation of house banks and account ids.

11.            Creation of check lots and maintenance of check register

12.            display check register

13.            cancellation of un issued checks

14.            creation of void reasons

15.            cancellation of issued checks

16.            posting of purchase returns

17.            Configuration of automatic payment program

18.            Payment to vendors through APP

19.            Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts

Accounts receivable:

1.  Creation of customer account groups

2.  creation of number ranges for customer master records

3.  assignment of number ranges for customer account groups

4.  Creation of tolerance group for customers

5.  Creation of customer master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)

6.  Posting of customer transactions (sales invoice posting, payment posting, debit memo)

7.  Settings for advance payment from parties (down payment)

8.  Configuration of settings for dunning

9.  generating the dunning letters

10.            defining correspondence and party statement of accounts

11.            posting of sales returns

Asset Accounting

1.  Defining chart of depreciation

2.  creation of 0% tax codes for sales and purchased

3.  assignment of chart of depreciation to company code

4.  Defining account determination

5.  definition of screen lay out rules

6.  definition of number ranges for asset classes

7.  Integration with General Ledger & Posting rules

8.  Defining Depreciation key

9.  definition of multilevel methods

10.            definition of period control methods

11.            creation of main asset master records

12.            creation of sub asset master records

13.            Acquisition of fixed assets

14.            sale of fixed assets

15.            transfer of assets

16.            Scrapping of assets,

17.            Depreciation run

New General ledger accounting:

1.  Parallel ledgers

2.  document splitting

3.  Segments.

Reports

1.  1.Financial statement version

2.  General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports

CONTROLLING

Basic settings for controlling

1.  Defining Controlling Area

2.  Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area

3.  Maintain Planning Versions

Cost element accounting:

1.  creation of primary cost elements from financial accounting area

2.  creation of primary cost elements from controlling area

3.  display of cost element master records

4.  change cost element master records

5.  primary cost element categories

6.  secondary cost element categories

7.  default account assignments

Cost Center Accounting

1.  Defining Cost Center Standard Hierarchy

2.  Creation of Cost Centers and cost center groups

3.  display cost center master records

4.  change cost center master records

5.  creation of cost center groups

6.   posting to cost centers

7.  reposting of co line items

8.  Repost of Costs

9.  planning for cost centers

10.            Overhead Calculation

11.            creation of secondary cost element master records

12.            Creation and Execution of Distribution Cycle

13.            creation and execution of assessment cycles

14.            cost center reports

Internal Orders

1.  Defining order types

2.  Creation of internal order master records

3.  display internal order master records

4.  change internal order master records

5.  postings to internal orders

6.  planning for internal orders

7.  reposting co line items for internal orders

8.  repost of costs for internal orders

9.  Report of Variance analysis for internal orders

10.            creation of real internal orders

11.            posting of business transaction to real orders

12.            definition of allocation structures

13.            definition of settlement profiles

14.            definition of planning profiles

15.            settlement of real internal orders

16.            budgeting and availability control

17.            maintain number ranges for budgeting

18.            define tolerances for availability control

19.            specification of exempt cost elements fr4om availability control

20.            maintenance of budget manager

Profit Center Accounting

1.  Basic Settings for Profit Center Accounting

2.  Creation of Dummy Profit Centers

3.  maintenance of control parameters for actual postings

4.  Maintaining planning versions for profit centers

5.  maintaining the number ranges for profit center documents

6.  Creation of profit center master records

7.  display of profit center master records

8.  changing the profit center master records

9.  Creation of revenue cost elements

10.            Automatic Assignment of Revenue elements for Profit Centers

11.            assignment of profit centers in cost center master records

12.            creation of account groups in profit center accounting for planning

13.            planning for profit and loss account items

14.            planning for balance sheet items

15.            posting of transactions into profit centers

16.            generating the variance reports for profit and loss account items

17.            Generating the variance reports for balance sheet items.

Profitability analysis

1. Maintaining the operating concern

2. Define profitability segment characteristics

3. Assignment of controlling area to operating concern

4. Activating the profitability analysis

5. Define number ranges for actual postings

6. Mapping of SD conditions types to COPA value fields

7. Creation of reports

8. Viewing the reports

Integration

Integration of financial accounting with materials management:

1. Definition of organizational units in materials management i.e. plant, storage location and purchase organization

2. Assignemnt of organizational units to each other

3. Definition of tolerance groups for purchase orders

4. Definition of tolerance groups for goods receipt

5. Definition of tolerance groups for invoice verification

6. Definition of vendor specific tolerances

7. Creation, display and change of material master records

8. Creation of plant parameters

9. Maintenance of posting periods for materials management

10. Mainternace of parameters for invoice verification

11. Maintenance of plant parameters for inventory management and physical inventory

12. Definition of attributes for material types

13. Assignment of GL accounts for material transactions in financial accounting

(Integration of MM with FI)

14. Creation of purchase order, posting of goods receipt, invoice verification and

Goods issue for production

Integration of financial accounting with sales and distribution:

1.  Definition of sale s organization

2.  definition of distribution channels

3.  definition of divisions

4.  assignment among various organizational units in SD

5.  definition of partner functions

6.  definitions of shipping point and loading points

7.  definition of pricing procedures

8.  determining the shipping points

9.  determining the pricing procedures

10.  maintenance of SD condition types

11.  maintenance of condition records

12.  assignment of GL accounts for sales transactions( integration of FI with SD)

13.  creation of sales order

14.  initialization of stock

15.  posting the delivery of goods

16.  creating the sales invoice.