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BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 2004-2005 2003-2004 ASSETS Cash in hand Bank Accounts Sundry Debtors

Loans & Advances Finished Goods Deposits( Assets) Building Land Plant Investments 9923.67 2370612.28 4476112.06 85064.26 554541.73 159127 493998471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 1382000 19951.62 1969779.38 6551033 94142.46 811985.33 186453 493998471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 3143000 2004-2005

LIABILITIES Sundry Creditors Reserves & Surplus Deposits(Liability) Provisions Profit & Loss A/C 2357127.35 22824393.79 417562.55 657888 11951249.32 4004292 17912329.79 702420 573713 18953111.51

BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 2005-2006

2004-2005 ASSETS Cash in hand Bank Accounts Sundry Debtors Loans & Advances Finished Goods Deposits( Assets) Building Land Plant Investments 19951.62 1969779.38 6551033 94142.46 811985.33 186453.00 49398471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 3143000.00

2005-2006

45315.26 2427315.14 9894245.20 74006.92 960287.00 171733.00 49398471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 5153762.00

LIABILITIES Sundry Creditors Reserves & Surplus Deposits(Liability) Provisions Profit & Loss A/C 4004292.00 17912329.79 702420.00 573713.00 7001862.19 3405072.87 12885140.51 667420.00 673389.00 25417474.55

BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 2006-2007

2006-2007 ASSETS Cash in hand Bank Accounts Sundry Debtors Loans & Advances Finished Goods Deposits( Assets) Building Land Plant Investments 45315.26 2427315.14 9894245.20 74006.92 960287.00 171733.00 49398471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 5153762.00

2007-2008

15987.85 2826335.82 12118844.58 173290.83 891563.00 171821.00 49398471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 8748762.00

LIABILITIES Sundry Creditors Reserves & Surplus Deposits(Liability) Provisions Profit & Loss A/C 3405072.87 12885140.51 667420.00 673389.00 25417474.55 5228936.87 9560150.51 89420.00 1352454.00 3268096.94

BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 2009-2010

2008-2009 ASSETS Cash in hand Bank Accounts Sundry Debtors Loans & Advances Finished Goods Deposits( Assets) Building Land Plant Investments 15987.85 2826335.82 2826335.82 173290.83 891563.00 171821.00 49398471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 8748762.00

2009-2010

25953.16 2107677.75 15384344.10 72537.02 1111502.00 193944.00 50384471.14 5441593.40 64828537.12 10397000.00

LIABILITIES Sundry Creditors Reserves & Surplus Deposits(Liability) Provisions Profit & Loss A/C 5228936.87 9560150.51 89420.00 1352454.00 3268096.94 3570898.32 8808234.51 1132420.00 1381825.00 39990984.85

CURRENT RATIO:

Current Asset Current Ratio= ______________________ Current Liabilities

Year

Current Assets

Current liabilities 3374785.61 5253322.59 5387083.07 7078060.02 7376210.7

Current Ratio

2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010

12532817.08 15300650.42 19163786.82 23692592.14 28544338.29

3.71 2.91 3.56 3.35 3.87

QUICK RATIO:

Current Asset-Inventory(Quick Assets) Quick Ratio= _______________________________

Current Liabilities(Quick liabilities)

Year 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007

Quick Assets 8750502.88 10686889.79 14738908.52 18630451.14 23190451.14

Quick liabilities 3374785.61 5253322.59 5387083.07 7078060.02 7376210.7

Quick Ratio 2.59 2.03 2.73 2.63 3.44

Current Asset Current Ratio= ______________________ Current Liabilities

Warehouse Controlling
The Warehouse Management (WM) application is integrated with the SAP Logistics Information System (LIS) to support the analysis of the physical flow of quantities and workload in the warehouse. Warehouse Controlling evaluates and reduces the extensive information from Warehouse Management to a few essential performance measurements, thus allowing an analysis of weak areas with the aid of graphics. The evaluations for Warehouse Controlling are integrated with the Inventory Controlling menu as standard analyses. These analyses are based on statistical databases in the Warehouse Controlling module called "information structures" into which important, up-to-date performance measures are written directly from the warehousing applications. This data can be used for performance planning purposes.

The data on which all five standard analyses for Warehouse Controlling are based form data that are updated to the information structures S090 and S091. The following five standard analyses for Warehouse Management exist in Inventory Controlling: Stock placement/removal For this analysis, the system displays the total weight and quantities of goods that were putaway, picked or returned. Quantity flow This analysis displays the quantities and weights that moved in the warehouse. It also includes information about frequency and the average time expired between transfer requirement or delivery creation and transfer order creation. Material placement/removal This analysis is based on the putaway and picking of a specific material or range of materials and includes quantity and weight information for a given time period. Material flow Quantity, weight and time required for material movements are considered in this analysis. Movement types This analysis is based on movement type and the types of storage areas into or from which stock is placed or removed. The following table provides an overview of events that are updated by the information structures S090 and S091 once the update has been activated. Overview of Events Event Goods movements/Inventory Management information structure S090

(external quantities) Stock placements or removals Create transfer order (Stock placements, removals, return transfers) transferred quantity Confirm transfer order (Confirm real and unreal differences) S091 S091 S090

Only physical movements are taken into consideration, that is, there are no inventory adjustment postings or posting changes.

Activating the Update


Using the customizing task, you activate the update of the two information structures S090 and S091 in Inventory Controlling. If the V1 update is selected, the document is posted with the original documents, if V2 is selected the update takes place at a later time. If you use Multiple Processing, then you should use only the V2 update.

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