Streamlining Bank Account Management with SAP S/4HANA Workflow

This document provides an overview of how to leverage workflow functionality in SAP S/4HANA Finance for Bank Account Management (BAM). It introduces the standard workflows available for streamlining bank account opening, modification, and closing processes. Key configuration steps are covered to enable the workflows. A detailed example illustrates the workflow process flow for opening a new bank account.

Key topics covered in the document:

  • Overview of standard SAP workflows for bank account management
  • Configuration steps to activate bank account management workflows
  • Assigning responsibilities to workflow rules
  • Activating ICF services for Fiori apps
  • Process flow for opening a new bank account
  • Steps for bank accountant, cash manager, G/L accountant, and key user
  • Usage of relevant Fiori apps for workflow tasks
  • Approval history showing audit trail of workflow steps

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Activate Material Ledger in SAP: 5 Steps Configuration Guide

This document outlines the basic configuration steps required to set up and activate the material ledger in SAP for inventory valuation. The material ledger provides additional detailed valuation capabilities compared to the traditional inventory valuation approach.

The key sections covered are:

  • Activating the material ledger for valuation areas (plants) – [Tcode CKM9, OMXI, CKMSTART]
  • Assigning currency types to material ledger types [Tcode OMX2]
  • Linking material ledger types to valuation areas [Tcode OMX3]
  • Defining material update structures for collecting valuation data
  • Assigning material update structures to valuation areas
  • Defining movement type groups for material ledger transactions
  • Assigning movement type groups to material ledger

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Transfer Pricing Concepts and Configuration in SAP S/4HANA

This document provides an overview of transfer pricing concepts and configuration in SAP S/4HANA to manage legal, group, and profit center valuations. It explains the business case, customizing steps like valuation profiles, CO versions, currency types, and material ledger setup. An example scenario demonstrates intercompany purchase orders, postings, cost component views, actual costing runs, and analyzing financial impacts in legal and group valuations.

Key topics covered in the document:

  • Introduction to transfer pricing and multiple valuation approaches
  • Business case for legal, group, and profit center valuations
  • Customizing steps for valuation profiles, CO versions, currency types, material ledger
    • Creating a Currency and Valuation Profile [8KEM]
    • Assigning Currency and Valuation profile to Controlling area [8KEQ]
    • Creating Versions for valuations
    • Currency and Ledger settings in the Universal Journal
    • Assigning Currency type to Material ledger
    • Determining the valuation approach for Clearing Account [8KEN]
    • Standard cost Estimate settings for valuation approach [OKKI, OKKN]
    • Cost Component structure settings for Group valuation [OKTZ]
    • Splitting of Cost of Goods Sold in Parallel Valuation View
    • Activating Multiple Valuation
  • Scenario explaining intercompany purchase orders and postings
  • Viewing cost component and actual costing differences in legal and group valuations
  • Analyzing financial statement impacts in legal and group valuations
  • Summary of transfer pricing capabilities and limitations in S/4HANA

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SAP S/4HANA Bank to Bank Transfer: Configuration & End User Guide

This document provides an overview of the bank-to-bank (B2B) transfer process in SAP S/4HANA for transferring funds between bank accounts. It covers configuration steps like defining number ranges, clearing accounts, and repetitive codes. End user steps demonstrate creating repetitive codes, making transfers, approving requests, and verifying accounting documents. Different transfer scenarios such as within company code and cross-company code are explained.

List of main topics covered in the guide:

  • Introduction to bank-to-bank transfers and process overview
  • Key data structures and transfer scenarios
  • Configuration steps for number ranges, clearing accounts, repetitive codes
  • End user steps to create repetitive codes, make transfers, approve, and verify
  • Scenarios demonstrating within company code and cross-company code transfers
  • Overview of accounting impacts
  • Conclusion summarizing the process

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SAP Bank Reconciliation Process: Quick Reference Guide

This quick reference guide (QRG) document provides an overview of the bank reconciliation process as part of cash management in SAP. It outlines the steps to obtain bank statements, classify reconciliation types, process manual and electronic statements, match transactions, complete reconciliations, and correct errors. The process flow, inputs, roles, and responsibilities are explained.

Key topics covered in the guide are:

  • Introduction to bank reconciliation and its role in cash management
  • Process overview – inputs, triggers, steps with process flow chart
  • Obtaining and classifying reconciliation types
  • Processing manual statements in SAP [FF67 tcode]
  • Importing electronic statement files [FF_5 tcode]
  • Manually matching unmatched transactions [FEBAN tcode]
  • Completing bank reconciliation and correcting errors

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Month-End GL Closing Process in SAP S/4HANA: Key Steps and Configuration Activities

This PDF training document provides an overview of the month-end closing procedures in SAP S/4HANA for the General Ledger module. It outlines the primary transactions and reports that are key parts of performing period-end tasks such as opening/closing periods, intercompany reconciliations, posting accruals and deferrals, clearing accounts, foreign currency valuation, and income tax accruals. The document aims to equip users with the knowledge to efficiently execute month-end close responsibilities for the general ledger.

Key topics covered in the document are:

  • Process Overview: High-level summary of activities involved in month-end close such as clearing accounts, posting adjustments, running valuations, creating reports.
  • Opening and Closing Posting Periods: Using transaction FAGL_EHP4_T001B_COFI to open next periods for posting and close previous periods.
  • Intercompany Reconciliation: Using FBL1H, FBL5H, and FBL3H transactions to reconcile AR/AP between group companies.
  • Accruals and Deferrals: Posting accruals and deferrals with FBS1 and reversing with F.81.
  • Automatic Clearing and GR/IR Clearing: Using F.13 for automatic clearing and F.19 for GR/IR clearing accounts.
  • Foreign Currency Valuation: Steps for performing currency valuation of open AP/AR.
  • Corporate Income Tax Accruals: Overview of accruing income tax expenses.
  • Financial Statements and Reports: Reviewing various GL reports and statements for closing.

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Users Guide to SAP S4HANA SD-FI Integration and Account Determination Process

This document (107 pages PDF) provides an overview of SAP SD FI integration and account determination in SAP S/4HANA. It covers the order to cash (O2C) process from sales order to delivery to billing.

Key list of processes covered in the document are:

  • Preparation for SD-FI Integration: Explains the pre-requisites before SD-FI integration like sales order and outbound delivery creation.
  • SD-FI Integration Starts from Outbound Delivery Post Goods Issue (PGI): Explains how accounting entries are triggered during goods issue to outbound delivery.
  • Number Range in Outbound Delivery PGI: Covers configuration of number range for accounting document type at goods issue.
  • Account Determination in SD: Explains account determination in SD also called revenue account determination. Covers account keys, account assignment groups, access sequences etc..
  • Create Billing: Explains accounting at the time of billing document creation and how values are posted to determined GL accounts.
  • Accounting Entries at Billing: Displays sample accounting entries posted at billing along with GL accounts.

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