Formations SAP FI CO (Finance & controlling)
Sap FI Financial Accounting
He focuses on The Main Book, Supplier Client Accounting and Capital Accounting.
The important tasks of Financial Accounting are the recording of monetary transactions and as well as the evaluation of inventories. It includes the following components:
General Accounting (FI-GL) records all relevant accounting entries in the ledger. Each ledger is structured according to an accounting plan. The accounting plan contains structured definitions of all general accounts in the general ledger. These definitions basically include the account number, designation and categorization of the G/L as a balance sheet or result account.
Customer Accounting (FI-AR) records all entries generated as a result of sales activity. They are automatically updated in the new general ledger. Different general accounts are updated depending on the transaction in question (receivables, down payments, effects, etc.).
You have features to account for transactions in Customer Accounting (FI-AR): balance lists, logs, cumulative entries and other standard statements. When the balance sheets are established, foreign currency items are revalued, customers who are also suppliers are listed and account balances are sorted according to their residual duration.
SAP FI-AR also integrates with the Sales Administration or SAP SD module component by providing information necessary for good credit management.
Supplier Accounting (SAP FI-AP) records all supplier entries. The system automatically passes the entries in response to functional transactions. You can design detailed balance confirmations, account snippets and other types of statements to meet your supplier matching needs. SAP FI-AP is also able to compile balance lists, logs, cumulative entries and other internal analyses for transaction documentation.
Capital Accounting (SAP FI-AA) is used to manage your company's capital assets. SAP allows you to rank assets and set values for depreciation calculations in each asset class. SAP FI-AA) integrates with other SAP components as follows: for example, you can make registrations in FI-AA directly from the SAP MM Item Management or module.
At the time of the acquisition or production of a fixed asset, you can directly charge invoice or merchandise inflows, or outflows of merchandise from the store, to capital assets in the Capital Accounting component. At the same time, depreciation and interest can be transferred directly to the Financial Accounting (FI) and Management Control (CO) components.
SAP FI-AA also integrates with Maintenance Management or SAP PM module, where for example maintenance operations require capitalization on capital assets.
Bank Accounting (SAP FI-BL) enables the management of banking transactions in the system including cash management, the creation and processing of cash receipts and disbursements.
SAP FI-GL and SAP FI-GL (New) General Accounting is fully integrated with other SAP modules and all other operational areas of the company. It is in the general ledger that all accounting entries are recorded. These offers are displayed in real time, resulting in the continued reliability of financial accounting.
The (New) General Accounting (SAP FI-GL (New)) provides a full and sufficient view of external accounting and accounts.
SAP FI-GL incorporates the following components and sub-components:
Capital Accounting (FI-AA)
FI - Accounting customers and suppliers
Management control (SAP CO module)
Item management (SAP MM module)
Human Capital Management (HCM)
Cash and Risk Management (TRM)
Business Travel Management (FI-TV)
Public sector management - Budget accounting
Special Ledgers is used for reporting purposes. Data can be collected from internal and external applications. The use of special ledgers has no effect on the functions of other SAP applications
Business Travel Management (SAP FI-TV) manages all business travel activities: booking and managing and travel costs, car rentals, etc.
The SAP CO or Management Control module
It records all expenses and revenues in detail in order to provide information on the consumption of the factors of production and services provided by the company.
Management Control (SAP CO) and Financial Accounting (SAP FI) are independent components that regularly exchange data. As a result, all cost-significant data created in Financial Accounting is automatically transferred to Management Control.
Some sensitive accounts in Financial Accounting are managed in Management Control as the accounting nature of expenses or the accounting nature of products. This compares and reconciles the values of Management Control and Financial Accounting.
This module has several components:
Accounting for Accounting Natures (SAP CO-OM-CEL) allows the organization of basic analytic accounting data. It also allows the allocation of costs and products to various CO imputation items such as cost centers, management processes, projects or orders.
Cost-by-Product Control (SAP CO-PC) provides the tools needed to calculate and assess production prices or expenses and revenues from a service delivery. This allows a complete analysis of the added value of a company.
The income statement analysis (SAP CO-PA) is used for both the planning and publication of financial results. He provides the group's sales, marketing, product management and strategic planning services with information that can help them with internal accounting and decision-making.
The Analytical Accounting centres (SAP CO-OM CCA) allows the analysis of overheads according to their origin in the company. This allows the value of finished and semi-finished products in Product Cost Control (SAP CO-PC) and contribution margins can be calculated in the Earnings Account Analysis (CO-PA).
Internal Orders (SAP CO-OM-OPA) allow for pre-budgeting, grouping and charging the costs of internal measurements and tasks.
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