SAP FICO

SAP FICO, SAP FI (Financials) monitors company financials while CO (Controlling) delivers cost accounting. SAP FI is used to store the financial data of an organization and also helps to analyse the financial conditions of a company in the market whereas SAP CO supports coordination, monitoring, and optimization of all the process in the organization. Our training program focuses on core accounting and reporting concepts like financial controlling – credit control, maintain fiscal year variant and tax code, assign the company code to a chart of accounts etc.

SAP FICO

SAP FICO enables enterprises to keep track of every financial transaction and aids in finance reporting at the end of fiscal year. It has been established by research that SAP customers help 800 million consumers live safer and healthier lives. SAP’s customers manufacture more than 77,000 automobiles per day as found by leading statistical organizations. Another impressive statistic is that SAP’s customers produce 65% of the world’s televisions.. Also well known as an empirical fact is that SAP customers produce more than 52% of the world’s movies.

Why learn and get certified in SAP FICO?

  1. SAP FICO offers highly advanced means of financial transaction reporting and also better handling of accounts.
  2. Banks, tax authorities, managers, administrators, and stockholders utilize external reports generated with the help of SAP FICO according to specific requirements.
  3. SAP FI is responsible for consolidating diverse modules and creating a single system for the entire organization.
  4. To Sum it up, SAP FI obtains data for external reporting procedures while its SAP Controlling Module (CO) lays stress on data for internal users.

Course Objective

After the completion of SAP FICO course, you will be able to:

  1. Learn the basic concepts and fundamentals of Finance and Controlling modules
  2. Learn about General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Bank Accounting and Funds Management and its application in finance analysis
  3. Learn about Business Process and how FICO Module work in R/3
  4. Apply Implementation Training and Integration with other Modules
  5. Apply Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Who should attend this Training?

This certification is highly suitable for a broad range of professionals either aspiring to, or already are in the IT and Finance domain, such as:

  1. Analytics professionals, professionals desirous of excelling in the fields of accounting and finance
  2. IT developers and testers
  3. Data analysts
  4. BI and reporting professionals
  5. Project managers
  6. Data scientists
  7. Professionals aspiring for a career in growing and demanding fields of real-time big data analytics
  8. Prepare for Certification!

    Our training and certification program gives you a solid understanding of the key topics covered by Foundation and Advanced Level Certification exams. This is aimed at students who have recently completed, and experienced professionals to enhance their practical knowledge in SAP FICO modules. In addition to boosting your income potential, getting certified, demonstrates your knowledge and the skills, understanding of the fundamentals of SAP FICO along with processes, tools, techniques, and management methodology. The certification validates your ability to produce reliable, high-quality results with increased efficiency and consistency

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    Case-Studies

    CASE STUDY # 1 – “Implementation of SAP FICO software”

    Implementing Company’s software in co ordination with SAP FICO:

    In this Case study FICO had been using a simple in-house license manager to protect new installations of the FICO score, but as new implementations quickly spread around the world, they decided they needed a more sophisticated system for managing the licenses they sold worldwide. A major challenge with the product installations was that the typical end-customer has no direct Internet connectivity from the systems where the application is running, and IT resources were limited due to a full workload and other high priority projects. Implementing Company’s software into the FICO score software provided a relatively straightforward process requiring a minimal time commitment from IT, a secure licensing procedure and a periodic process for transferring data back to FICO in a quick and easy fashion for analysis.

    Tasks:

    1. Creation of Company’s General Ledger.
    2. Creation of Company’s 3 Sub-ledger – Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Asset Accounting.
    3. Creating of Company’s Controlling module.
    4. The rapid development of intranet may provide an innovative tool for construction and design teams in meeting these growing communication challenges.
    5. A project specific intranet uses a database server to store e-mail information and the organizational information such as user’s details including the personal information and information requests.
    6. Then team members can access this information using the Ezee Mail System. As information changes, the server content can be easily updated with new or revised data.
    7. This flexible approach allows geographically remote project teams to access timely, consistent and accurate information without expensive typesetting, printing, distribution and mailing charges.

    Technologies Used

    1. Client side: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript
    2. Server side: Servlets, JSP, JSTL
    3. Database programming: JDBC
    4. Web server: Tomcat
    5. Database server: MySQL Server

    CASE STUDY # 2

    Our Client is one of the World’s Premier and more than a Century old engineering group. The group turnover is around Rs. 100 Billion. The group is known for largest distribution network and excellence in manufacturing. The group consists of 20 companies including joint ventures.

    The Company was incorporated in the year 1920. At present Company is having manufacturing facilities at 3 locations. The company’s operations are divided into seven SBUs. The Company’s distribution network comprises of 16 regional offices and 8 overseas offices. Product range includes industrial and agricultural pumps, hydro-turbines, valves, machine tools, industrial coatings, etc.

    About Project:

    This project is a SAP R/3 implementation project. The scope of the project covers the business processes related to Marketing, Sales, Production and Finance Accounting and Management Accounting. So modules Implemented in this project are SD, MM, PP, FI and CO.

    Implementation Methodology:

    SAP recommends ASAP Methodology for implementations, In this case study, we will use ASAP methodology. As a consultant, you should get exposed to all Five phases of implementation and should be able to gain good knowledge on each phase. We will walk through with each phase in detail.

    1. Project Preparation – Documentation Work
    2. Business Blue Print – Documentation Work
    3. Realization – Configuration and Customizations
    4. Final Preparations: Data migrations from legacy to SAP system
    5. Go Live and Support: Handholding’s for SAP implementation, Resolving tickets

    Tasks in FICO Module:

    You need to study and understand the different business process in Legacy & creation to a creation system and map them to SAP system. Configuration and Customization task include in Definition creation and assignment of Various Organization Units, variants, creation of different master records, should be able to post business transactions and generate various reports and do closing activities. You are expected to prepare a blueprint and also configuration documents. Further, you need to get involved in Data Migration Project where you should be uploading thousands of various master records like customer master, vendor masters, Asset Masters, GL masters, Material Masters… so on, also you need to build configuration blocks in sub modules like General Ledger, Bank Accounting, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Asset Accounting, Cost Element Accounting, Cost Center Accounting, Profit Center Accounting, Internal orders, Product Costing, Profitability Analysis.

    Final you need to submit your work as a presentation at the end of training.

Part A – Financial Accounting

Unit 1:Introduction to SAP R/3

  1. Introduction to ERP
  2. Advantages of SAP over other ERP packages
  3. Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO

Unit 2: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

Unit 2:General Ledging Accounting

  1. Creation of General Ledger Master (with and without 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. Parked Documents
  8. Hold Documents
  9. Creation of Sample Document and Postings with Sample Documents
  10. Defining Recurring Entry Document and Postings with a Recurring Doc.
  11. Reversal of Individual Documents, Mass Reversal, and Reversal of Cleared Items
  12. Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation Ratios

Unit 4:Accounts Payable

  1. Definition of Company
  2. Definition of Company Code
  3. Assignment of Company to Company Code
  4. Definition of Fiscal Year Variant
  5. Assignment of Fiscal Year Variant to Company Code
  6. Definition of Posting Period Variant
  7. Assignment of Posting Period Variant to Company Code
  8. Open and Close Posting Period
  9. Defining Document Type and Number Ranges
  10. Maintenance of Field Status Variants
  11. Assignment of Field Status Variant to Company Code
  12. Definition of Tolerance Groups for GL Accounts
  13. Definition of Tolerance Groups for Employees
  14. Assignment of Tolerance Groups to Users
  15. Taxes on Sales and Purchases (Input and Output)
  16. Creation of Chart of Accounts
  17. Defining Accounts Groups
  18. Defining Retained Earnings Account
  19. Cancellation of Issued Checks
  20. Configuration of Automatic Payment Program
  21. Payment to Vendors through APP

Unit 5:Accounts Recievable

  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 vendor 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

Unit 6: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 Layout 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

Unit 7:Document Splitting

  1. The Configuration of Document Splitting
  2. Posting of Journal Entries in General Ledger, Accounts Payable, and Account Receivable to Check Whether Document Splitting is Taking Place or not.
  3. Deactivation of Document Splitting

Unit 8:Reports

  1. Financial Statement Version
  2. General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports

Part B - Controlling

Unit 1: Basic Settings for Controlling

  1. Defining Controlling Area
  2. Defining Number Ranges for Controlling Area
  3. Maintain Versions

Unit 2: 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

Unit 3: 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. Report 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
Reports
  1. Generating the Cost Center Reports

Unit 4: 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. Creation of Real Internal Orders
  9. Posting of Business Transaction to Real Orders
  10. Definition of Allocation Structures
  11. Definition of Settlement Profiles
  12. Definition of Planning Profiles
  13. Settlement of Real Internal Orders
Reports
  1. Generating the Internal Order Reports

Unit 5: 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 the Number Ranges for Profit Center Documents
  5. Creation of Profit Center Master Records
  6. Display of Profit Center Master Records
  7. Changing the Profit Center Master Records
  8. Automatic Assignment of Revenue Elements for Profit Centers
  9. Assignment of Profit Centers in Cost Center Master Records
  10. Posting of Transactions into Profit Centers

Unit 6: Profitability Analysis

  1. Creation of Characteristics
  2. Creation of Value Fields
  3. Maintaining the Operating Concern
  4. Assignment of Controlling Area to Operating Concern
  5. Activating the Profitability Analysis
  6. Define Number Ranges for Actual Postings
  7. Create User Defined Characteristics
  8. Maintain Values for User Defined Characteristics
  9. Mapping of SD Conditions Types to COPA Value Fields
  10. Value flow FI/MM to COPA
  11. Derivation Rules
  12. Creation of Forms
  13. Creation of Form Based Reports
  14. Creation of Line Item Based Reports
  15. Viewing the Reports

Unit 7: Product Costing

  1. Costing Sheet Creation
  2. Cost Component Structure
  3. Creation of Costing Variant
  4. Creation of BOM
  5. Creation of Routing
  6. Standard Cost Run
  7. Standard Cost Release

Part C- Integration

Unit 1: Integration of financial accounting with materials management

  1. Definition of Organizational Units in Materials Management i.e. Plant, Storage Location and Purchase Organization
  2. Assignment 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. Maintenance 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
  14. Integration of MM with FI
  15. Creation of Purchase Order, Posting of Goods Receipt, Invoice Verification and Goods Issue for Production

Unit 2: Integration of financial accounting with sales and distribution

  1. Definition of Sales 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

Part A – Financial Accounting

Unit 1: Introduction to SAP R/3

  1. Introduction to ERP
  2. Advantages of SAP over other ERP packages
  3. Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO

Unit 2: 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

Unit 3: General Ledger Accounting

  1. Creation of General Ledger Master (with and without 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. Parked Documents
  8. Hold Documents
  9. Creation of Sample Document and Postings with Sample Documents
  10. Defining Recurring Entry Document and Postings with a Recurring Doc.
  11. Reversal of Individual Documents, Mass Reversal, and Reversal of Cleared Items
  12. Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation Ratios

Unit 4: Accounts Payable

  1. Definition of Company
  2. Definition of Company Code
  3. Assignment of Company to Company Code
  4. Definition of Fiscal Year Variant
  5. Assignment of Fiscal Year Variant to Company Code
  6. Definition of Posting Period Variant
  7. Assignment of Posting Period Variant to Company Code
  8. Open and Close Posting Period
  9. Defining Document Type and Number Ranges
  10. Maintenance of Field Status Variants
  11. Assignment of Field Status Variant to Company Code
  12. Definition of Tolerance Groups for GL Accounts
  13. Definition of Tolerance Groups for Employees
  14. Assignment of Tolerance Groups to Users
  15. Taxes on Sales and Purchases (Input and Output)
  16. Creation of Chart of Accounts
  17. Defining Accounts Groups
  18. Defining Retained Earnings Account
  19. Cancellation of Issued Checks
  20. Configuration of Automatic Payment Program
  21. Payment to Vendors through APP

Unit 5: 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 vendor 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

Unit 6: 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 Layout 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

Unit 7: Document Splitting

  1. The Configuration of Document Splitting
  2. Posting of Journal Entries in General Ledger, Accounts Payable, and Account Receivable to Check Whether Document Splitting is Taking Place or not.
  3. Deactivation of Document Splitting

Unit 8: Reports

  1. Financial Statement Version
  2. General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports

Part B - Controlling

Unit 1: Basic Settings for Controlling

  1. Defining Controlling Area
  2. Defining Number Ranges for Controlling Area
  3. Maintain Versions

Unit 2: 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

Unit 3: 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. Report 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
Reports
  1. Generating the Cost Center Reports

Unit 4: 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. Creation of Real Internal Orders
  9. Posting of Business Transaction to Real Orders
  10. Definition of Allocation Structures
  11. Definition of Settlement Profiles
  12. Definition of Planning Profiles
  13. Settlement of Real Internal Orders
Reports
  1. Generating the Internal Order Reports

Unit 5: 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 the Number Ranges for Profit Center Documents
  5. Creation of Profit Center Master Records
  6. Display of Profit Center Master Records
  7. Changing the Profit Center Master Records
  8. Automatic Assignment of Revenue Elements for Profit Centers
  9. Assignment of Profit Centers in Cost Center Master Records
  10. Posting of Transactions into Profit Centers

Unit 6: Profitability Analysis

  1. Creation of Characteristics
  2. Creation of Value Fields
  3. Maintaining the Operating Concern
  4. Assignment of Controlling Area to Operating Concern
  5. Activating the Profitability Analysis
  6. Define Number Ranges for Actual Postings
  7. Create User Defined Characteristics
  8. Maintain Values for User Defined Characteristics
  9. Mapping of SD Conditions Types to COPA Value Fields
  10. Value flow FI/MM to COPA
  11. Derivation Rules
  12. Creation of Forms
  13. Creation of Form Based Reports
  14. Creation of Line Item Based Reports
  15. Viewing the Reports

Unit 7: Product Costing

  1. Costing Sheet Creation
  2. Cost Component Structure
  3. Creation of Costing Variant
  4. Creation of BOM
  5. Creation of Routing
  6. Standard Cost Run
  7. Standard Cost Release

Part C- Integration

Unit 1: Integration of financial accounting with materials management

  1. Definition of Organizational Units in Materials Management i.e. Plant, Storage Location and Purchase Organization
  2. Assignment 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. Maintenance 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
  14. Integration of MM with FI
  15. Creation of Purchase Order, Posting of Goods Receipt, Invoice Verification and Goods Issue for Production

Unit 2: Integration of financial accounting with sales and distribution

  1. Definition of Sales 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

About SAP FICO Certifications

Certification in SAP FICO has enormous value in your career where it showcases your proficiency and expertise to the industry. To recognize the talents of financial professional both vendor and vendor-neutral certifications are available in the market which is designed with various aspects. If about to start your career in the field of SAP FICO as a SAP Consultant, then all you need is a correct certificate.To ensure the adequate expertise for SAP FICO professional, It’s better to have a combination of right education or training course with hands-on practical experience.

SAP FICO Certifications

Through SAP certifications are globally recognized, basically it demonstrates that you have honed your skills through rigorous study and direct experience in your area of expertise. SAP offers two certifications for SAP FICO professionals, such as:

  1. SAP Certified Application Associate - Financial Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5(C_TFIN52_65)
  2. SAP Certified Application Associate - Financial Accounting with ERP 6.0 EhP6 (C_TFIN52_66)
  3. SAP Certified Application Associate - Financial Accounting with ERP 6.0 EhP7 (C_TFIN52_67)
  4. SAP Certified Application Professional - Financial Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5 (P_FINACC_65)
  5. SAP Certified Application Professional - Financial Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5 (P_FINACC_66)
  6. SAP Certified Application Associate - Management Accounting (CO) with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5 (C_TFIN22_65)
  7. SAP Certified Application Associate - Management Accounting (CO) with SAP ERP 6.0 EhP6 (C_TFIN22_66)
  8. SAP Certified Application Associate - Management Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EhP7 (C_TFIN22_67)
  9. SAP Certified Application Professional - Management Accounting (CO) with SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5 (P_FINMGT_65)

The following are the organizational elements in SAP FI namely:

  1. Company Code
  2. Business Area
  3. Chart of Account
  4. Functional Area
In SAP FICO, APP stands for Automatic Payment Program provided to the customers to pay its vendors and customers. It helps to avoid mistakes taken place while posting manually.
SAP Financial Accounting is integrated with other modules such as SAP Sales and Distribution, SAP Material Management, SAP Production Planning and so on.

Internal order is used to track the cost, and they are proposed to be incurred on a short term basis: The asset class is the main class to classify assets. Each and every asset must be assigned to only one asset class. For example, asset class also contains a G1 account, when any asset is procured, the G1 account will be procured.

For all SAP transaction, default exchange rate is M (average rate)
Course Details
Start Date 18-Dec-2017
Duration 40 Hrs (5 Weeks)
Time (CDT) 07:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Type Online
Mode of Training INSTRUCTOR-LED LIVE
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