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SAP FICO stands for SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling, the training course covers Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, Post Accounts, Close Books, Financial Statements and Balance Sheet.
SAP-FICO Module : SAP Financial Accounting (FI) is an important core module where in live-time, the financial processing transactions are all captured to provide the basis via which data is drawn for external reporting. This SAP FI Module is integrated with many parallel modules that enable a company to unify processes that may have needed the utilization of many software packages.
You’ll learn how to perform transactions with fewer steps and less effort, and you’ll discover how to troubleshoot minor problems and system issues. In addition to the core areas of Controlling, you’ll also find coverage of more advanced topics, such as SAP NetWeaver BW, SAP Business Objects, the SAP Financials Closing Cockpit, and topics added in recent enhancement packages. This course will help you to master the system and work more efficiently on a daily basis.
Learn how to minimize time spent on burdensome reconciliation activities and focus on the strategic aspects. Plus, discover how to meet a variety of challenges, including enterprise structure definition, complex reporting requirements, and more. Using real-world examples and best practices, you’ll also find out how to analyze and deploy the most appropriate tools and methodologies to best suit the needs of your organization.
The business-process perspective and real-world focus make this a practical, invaluable resource for anyone who needs to get the very most out of their SAP ERP Financials implementation.
Assign company code to company
Fiscal year variant
Asian fiscal year variant to company code
Chart of accounts
Retained earning account
Posting period variant
Document Types and no ranges
Filed status variant
GL master record
Posting of document
Display balances of GL
Accrual, sample documents
Reversal of documents
Vendor groups(MM and FICO vendors)
No. ranges for vendor accounts
Tolerance group for vendors
Automatic payment program
Extended with holding tax
Terms of payments
Down Payment Made
Cash discount (received)
Customer group (SD and FI/CO customers)
No. ranges for customers accounts
Customer master records
Down Payment Received
Cash discount (CIN version)
Bills of exchange
Chart of depreciation
Integration with FI
Sub Asset Master
Sale of asset
Transfer of asset
Scrapping of asset
Capital work in progress
No. of ranges for controlling documents
Cost element accounting(manual, automatic)
Cost Centre Accounting
Repost line items, repost of cost
Actual overhead assessment
Planning cost centre and cost element
Order, Statistical Key Figure
Planning internal order wise
View internal order wise report
Dummy profit centre actual data
Profit centre assignment of revenue elements
Choose account, creation of cost object
Planning profit and loss items
Planning balance sheet items
Assignment of controlling area to operating
Activate profitability analysis
Mapping of conditions to coop values
Drill down report
Creation of secondary cost element
Cost sheet variant
Cost estimate with quantity structure
Cost estimate without quantity structure
Marking and Releasing
Work in Progress
Integration with MM
Sales process integration with SD
Integration with asset accounting
Integration with controlling
Integration with PP
Financial statement version
Accounts payable reports
Accounts receivable reports
Cash book reports
There is a separate lead trainer for each of the modules. Moreover, online medium allows far deeper and regular interaction among participants and lead trainers throughout the course duration.
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Students connect to a virtual lab machine via internet connection with no need for purchasing expensive software or setting up individual computers.