SAP Financial Accounting (FI

Mamunur Rahman, CISA, EEE Audit Lead - Technical Warid Telecom/ Airtel

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Version 2.0 Last updated: 18-Sep-2010

SAP Major Certification Areas for ERP

Procurement (MM)
TSCM 50, 52

Production Planning & Control (PP)
TSCM 40, 42

Sales & Distribution (SD)
TSCM 60, 62

Financial Accounting (FI)
Financial Accounting : TFIN 50, 52

Management Accounting / Controlling (CO)
Management Accounting : TFIN 20, 22

Objectives of this Training

Introducing the participants to 
         Concept of ERP Modular organization of SAP Key terms & concepts in FI General Ledger (GL) functionalities Banking functionalities Accounts Payable (AP) functionalities Accounts Receivable (AR) functionalities Asset Management functionalities New FI features & Custom reporting

processes & data  Know the controls points in the system  Know in advance clearly how data are processes & reported. what may go wrong at which point  IT Professionals  Get a strong path into SAP-jobs  Get a very good exposure into business processes  Understand the objectives of the underlying technologies & BASIS  SAP Functional Consultants  Get the skill & understanding of the Core of SAP  Understand where to integrate other modules of SAP  Career Seekers  Get a very good job-opportunity in related fields  Understand various options/paths of career in the enterprises .How Participants are Benefited thru FI Knowledge  Finance Professionals  Knowledgeable & skilled staff  Know various options available in the system how the Financial processes may be implemented  Preferred in recruitment in Finance streams  Auditors  Get a clear insight of the systems.

Methodology We would conduct the training as     PPT Slides. where necessary Using a Model Company to understand the course better Practising the Topics in an SAP system (IDES version) Open Discussion to explain things better .

.Organization of this Training Course This course is organized in seven parts (15 sessions):        Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP Part-2: GL Functions Part-3: AR Functions Part-4: AP Functions Part-5: FA Functions Part-6: New FI Functions Part-7: Custom Reporting Each session spans over 03 hours.

Course Outline  Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP  Day1 ± Introduction to SAP and a simplified Case Study of a company  Day2 ± Enterprise Modeling & SAP Terminologies  Day3 ± Preparing the SAP Environment  Part-2: GL Functions  Day4 ± Defining GL Master Data  Day5 ± GL Journal Posting & Basic Reporting  Part-3: AR Functions  Day6 ± Defining AR Master Records  Day7 ± AR Transaction Posting & Basic Reporting  Part-4: AP Functions  Day8 ± Defining AP Master Records  Day9 ± AP Transaction Posting & Basic Reporting  Part-5: FA Functions  Day10 ± Defining FA Master Records  Day11 ± FA Transaction Posting & Basic Reporting .

Course Outline  Part-6: New FI Functions  Day12 ± New FI Introduction & Master Data  Day13 ± New FI Processing & Reporting  Part-7: Custom Reporting  Day14 ± SAP Query Tool  Day15 ± External Reporting Tools. Crystal Reports.. etc . MS Access. e.g.

SAP Stepping into the FI Course .

Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study Topics to cover     Introduction to ERP (FICO & SCM) Organization of SAP ERP Modules Adopting a Model Organization to Explain SAP Features Focusing on Financial Accounting (FI) Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP .

Time. etc Functions of ERP applications ‡ Helping the organization to plan. Knowledge. Machines & Materials ‡ Lands. operate & control enterprise resources for optimal utilization Famous Names of software in ERP domain: ‡ SAP ‡ Oracle Apps ‡ JDE ‡ PeopleSoft ‡ BAAN. etc Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] . Licenses & Goodwill. Men. Relationships.Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Enterprise Resources ‡ Money.

CO.Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) ERP is a generic collection of back-office applications. PP. Segregation in ERP suites ‡ Financials (FI. and it is purely a business application. AM. etc) ‡ Supply Chain (MM. etc) ‡ Human Resources Evolution of ERP (business applications): ‡ 1960s: Inventory Control ‡ 1970s: Material Requirement Planning (MRP) ‡ 1980s: Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP-II) ‡ 1990s: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] . It is process-oriented rather than function-oriented. SD.

How ERP is implemented (ASAP Methodology) .

ASAP Phase-1: Project Preparation .

ASAP Phase-2: Business Blueprint .

ASAP Phase-3: Realization .

ASAP Phase-4: Final Preparation .

ASAP Phase-5: Go Live & Hyper-care .

training & handover Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP . documentation.How ERP is implemented in Generic Statements Obtain the management¶s objectives and scope of implementation Study the manual Business Operations Identification of Core & Sub-processes under scope Identify the practice of deviation & get the commitment from senior management & domain owners to stick to agreed-processes Map the Business Processes to SAP supported processes Map the required controls in each Process Identify the necessity of customization Configure SAP to implement the Processes Apply the customizations in the system Complete system deployment.

Major Business Processes Controlling/Management Accounting Financial Accounting Sell Pre Sales Sales Order Delivery Note Goods Issues Billing Payment Make SOP MPS MRP Planned Order Production Order Shop Floor Control Buy Requisition Contracts Vendor Selection Purchase Order Goods Receipt Invoice Receipt Vendor Payment Human Resources Plant Maintenance Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

Pre Sales Activities 4. Sales Order Processing 3. Delivery 6. Payment (Collection) 5. Billing Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .Sales & Distribution Process 2. Inventory Sourcing 1.

Procurement Process Source Determination Vendor Selection Purchasing Requirement Order Processing Order Follow-up Payment & Reconciliation Goods Receipt Invoice Verification Inventory Management Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

Manufacturing Planning & Execution Process Forecasting Sales Operation Planning C A P A C I T Y Demand Management MPS Sales Information System Inventory MRP CO-PA Procurement Planning Execution Costing Reporting & Analysis Production Master Data Production Orders Order Settlement Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

SAP Stepping into SAP implementation of ERP .

7 2002 mySAP ERP 2003 Introduces NetWeaver Platform SAP ECC 5.SAP Evolution Recent Evolutions in SAP: Builds on R/3 SAP R/3 Enterprise 4.0 SAP ECC 6.0 2005 (ERP Central Component) 2004 R/3 is replaced by ECC Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP .

SAP Milestones over 30 years Part-1: Business Organization and Accommodation in SAP .

QM Quality Mgmt. FI Financial Accounting CO Controlling PP Production Planning R/3 Client / Server ABAP/4 AM Fixed Assets Mgmt. PM Plant Maintenance HR Human Resources PS Project OC System Office & CommuniCommuniIS cation Industry Solutions SD ± Sales & Distribution MM ± Materials Management PP ± Production Planning PM ± Plant Maintenance QM ± Quality Management AM ± Asset Management PS ± Project System FI ± Financial Accounting CO ± Controlling HR ± Human Resources WF ± Work Flow Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .Organization of SAP ERP Modules Major SAP Modules SD Sales & Distribution MM Materials Mgmt.

Financial Modules EC Enterprise Controlling TR Treasury FI Financial Accounting Treasury Management CO Controlling General Ledger TM CM FM GL AP AR AA CCA PC PA Cost Center Accounting Cash Management Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Product Costing Funds Management Profitability Analysis Asset Accounting M A S T E R D A T A IM ± Capital Investment & Financing Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

Assumptions Participants have moderate:  knowledge on financial accounting &  Skills on financial reporting Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

Assets (A) = Liabilities (L) + Owners¶ Equity (C) A = L + C.Concept Check : Basic Accounting Equation The Accounting Equation. A+E=L+I+C Debit Credit Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] . [where C = I ± E + Cp] A = L + I ± E + Cp A + E = L + I + Cp For simplicity.

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Concept Check : Trial Balance .

Concept Check : Income Statement (P&L Account) .

Concept Check : Balance Sheet .

Concept Check : Cash Flow .

Concept Check : Changes in Owners Equity .

Case Study MR Batteries Limited .

FI Hope that you enjoyed the class.SAP . End of Day-1 Thank you« Day-1: Introduction to SAP and a Case Study [Part-1] .

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