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AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting. COURSE OUTLINE Course Version: 15 Course Duration: 5 Day(s) SAP Copyrights and Trademarks 2015 SAP SE. All rights reserved. No part of this publication
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AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting. COURSE OUTLINE Course Version: 15 Course Duration: 5 Day(s) SAP Copyrights and Trademarks 2015 SAP SE. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of SAP SE. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. Some software products marketed by SAP SE and its distributors contain proprietary software components of other software vendors. Microsoft, Windows, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 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These materials are provided by SAP SE and its affiliated companies ( SAP Group ) for informational purposes only, without representation or warranty of any kind, and SAP Group shall not be liable for errors or omissions with respect to the materials. The only warranties for SAP Group products and services are those that are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services, if any. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Copyright. All rights reserved. iii iv Copyright. All rights reserved. Typographic Conventions American English is the standard used in this handbook. The following typographic conventions are also used. This information is displayed in the instructor s presentation Demonstration Procedure Warning or Caution Hint Related or Additional Information Facilitated Discussion User interface control Example text Window title Example text Copyright. All rights reserved. v vi Copyright. All rights reserved. Contents ix Course Overview 1 Unit 1: Overview of Financial Accounting (FI) in SAP ERP 1 Lesson: Outlining Financial Accounting (FI) Components in SAP ERP 3 Unit 2: General Ledger (G/L) Accounting 3 Lesson: Outlining Organizational Elements in Financial Accounting (FI) 3 Lesson: Maintaining G/L Master Records 3 Lesson: Posting Transactions in the G/L 5 Unit 3: Accounts Payable 5 Lesson: Maintaining Vendor Master Records 5 Lesson: Maintaining Accounts Payable Transactions 5 Lesson: Managing the Integration between Accounts Payable and Materials Management 5 Lesson: Performing Accounts Payable Closing Operations 7 Unit 4: Accounts Receivable 7 Lesson: Maintaining Customer Master Records 7 Lesson: Managing Accounts Receivable Transactions 7 Lesson: Managing Customer Correspondence 7 Lesson: Creating Accounts Receivable Dispute Cases 7 Lesson: Managing the Integration between Accounts Receivable and Sales Order Management 7 Lesson: Performing Accounts Receivable Closing Operations 9 Unit 5: Asset Accounting 9 Lesson: Maintaining Asset Master Records 9 Lesson: Executing Asset Transactions 9 Lesson: Executing Asset Accounting Period-End Closing Activities 11 Unit 6: Bank Accounting 11 Lesson: Maintaining Bank Accounting Master Records 11 Lesson: Managing Bank Accounting Transactions 13 Unit 7: Closing Operations in General Ledger Accounting 13 Lesson: Performing General Ledger (G/L) Closing Operations Copyright. All rights reserved. vii viii Copyright. All rights reserved. Course Overview TARGET AUDIENCE This course is intended for the following audiences: Application Consultant Developer Program/Project Manager User Copyright. All rights reserved. ix x Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 1 Overview of Financial Accounting (FI) in SAP ERP Lesson 1: Outlining Financial Accounting (FI) Components in SAP ERP Describe financial accounting (FI) in SAP ERP Copyright. All rights reserved. 1 Unit 1: Overview of Financial Accounting (FI) in SAP ERP 2 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 2 General Ledger (G/L) Accounting Lesson 1: Outlining Organizational Elements in Financial Accounting (FI) Assign company codes to a controlling area Lesson 2: Maintaining G/L Master Records Maintain G/L master records Lesson 3: Posting Transactions in the G/L Post transactions in the G/L Copyright. All rights reserved. 3 Unit 2: General Ledger (G/L) Accounting 4 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 3 Accounts Payable Lesson 1: Maintaining Vendor Master Records Maintain vendor master records Lesson 2: Maintaining Accounts Payable Transactions Maintain accounts payable transactions Lesson 3: Managing the Integration between Accounts Payable and Materials Management Manage the integration between accounts payable and materials management Lesson 4: Performing Accounts Payable Closing Operations Perform accounts payable closing operations Copyright. All rights reserved. 5 Unit 3: Accounts Payable 6 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 4 Accounts Receivable Lesson 1: Maintaining Customer Master Records Maintain customer master records Lesson 2: Managing Accounts Receivable Transactions Manage accounts receivable transactions Lesson 3: Managing Customer Correspondence Manage customer correspondence Lesson 4: Creating Accounts Receivable Dispute Cases Create accounts receivable dispute cases Lesson 5: Managing the Integration between Accounts Receivable and Sales Order Management Manage the integration between accounts receivable and sales order management Lesson 6: Performing Accounts Receivable Closing Operations Copyright. All rights reserved. 7 Unit 4: Accounts Receivable Perform accounts receivable closing operations 8 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 5 Asset Accounting Lesson 1: Maintaining Asset Master Records Maintain asset master records Lesson 2: Executing Asset Transactions Execute asset transactions Lesson 3: Executing Asset Accounting Period-End Closing Activities Execute asset accounting period-end closing activities Copyright. All rights reserved. 9 Unit 5: Asset Accounting 10 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 6 Bank Accounting Lesson 1: Maintaining Bank Accounting Master Records Maintain bank accounting master records Lesson 2: Managing Bank Accounting Transactions Manage petty cash Enter a check deposit transaction manually Post-process a bank account statement Copyright. All rights reserved. 11 Unit 6: Bank Accounting 12 Copyright. All rights reserved. UNIT 7 Closing Operations in General Ledger Accounting Lesson 1: Performing General Ledger (G/L) Closing Operations Post a vendor invoice for an insurance expense Post an accrual for an insurance expense Enter a G/L account document for a ledger group Analyze data for goods and invoices received Reconcile management accounting (CO) and financial accounting (FI) data in real time Run evaluations in new G/L accounting Copyright. All rights reserved. 13
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