SAP Finance

SAP Financial Accounting (FI) delivers tools and reports that enable you to manage all financial processes. For example, chart of accounts allows you to define all accounts and their hierarchical relationship; journal entries allow you to enter or find manual journal entries and automatically allocate each transaction to a project or profit center. A transaction template enables you to save time and prevent mistakes when entering manual journal entries.

FI (Financial Accounting) module also integrates with other SAP modules such as MM (Materials Management), PP (Production Planning), SD (Sales and Distribution), PM (Plant Maintenance), and PS (Project Systems). Document transactions occurring within a specific module generate account postings via account determination tables. This real-time functionality of the SAP modules allows for better decision making and strategic planning.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand ERP and SAP system and terminologies
  • Navigate SAP: Log in and log out of SAP
  • Apply the basic SAP screen components, menus, T-codes and other commonly used functions in SAP Finance module to move around SAP system
  • Use the financial terms, accounting principles and financial statements to do transactions in SAP
  • Set up organizational structure and financial master data
  • Configure business areas, company codes and enterprise structure
  • Set up accounts groups, Customer accounts, vendor accounts, and bank accounts.
  • Enter and post document types and periods
  • Post data – enter, change, display and do reversal
  • Post automatic payments, cash journals and petty cash
  • Configure bank reconciliation
  • Post incoming/outgoing invoices and credit memos
  • Configure payment terms, dunning and payment blocks
  • Analyze and apply Finance integration with Materials Management and Sales and Distribution modules
  • Generate financial reports
  • Perform real time integration of FI to CO

Mode of delivery: Instructor-led classroom or online training
Duration: 40 hours

Course Curriculum

  • SAP Overview
  • Financials Accounting Master Data
  • Document and Posting Control
  • Special General Ledger Transactions, Document Parking, Substitution and Validation
  • Payment Program, Dunning Program, Correspondence, Interest Calculation
  • Evaluation Options in Reporting
  • Closing Operations in Financial Accounting
  • Asset Accounting
  • The New General Ledger
  • SAP Solution Manager
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