SAP FI User Manual Document

This step by step user’s guide includes information to help you effectively work with SAP Financials (FI) module and contains detailed information about the following processes:

  • Master Data:
    Company, Company Code, Chart of Accounts, Account Groups, Fiscal Year, Cost Centre, Profit Centre, , Cost Centre, Creation of Account Codes [FS00], Creation of Customer Master Codes [FD01], Creation of Asset Master Codes [AS01], Creation of Asset Sub-number Codes [AS11],
  • General Ledger:
    Booking a Journal Voucher [F-02] / [FB50], Clearing Open Line Items in the GL account [F-03], Display of Journal Voucher [FB03]
  • Accounts Payable:
    Vendor Invoice Posting [FB60] / [F-43], Vendor Credit Memo Posting [FB65] / [F-41], Vendor Invoice Payment [F-53] / [F-58], Advance Payments Request to Vendors [F-47], Advance Payments to Vendors [F-48], Clearing the Down Payment [F-54],
  • Accounts Receivable:
    Customer Invoice [FB70], Customer Advance [F-29], Clearing Advance [F-39], Clear Customer Invoice with Advances [F-32]

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SAP Financial Accounting (FI) Bootcamp Training

Through these FI training materials, you will be provided overview of SAP Financial Accounting (FI) functionalities and integration with other modules. FI Organisation structure, master data, business transactions, and reporting are also covered in detail. And latelty you will be provided hands-on-experience with basic FI business transactions and configurations. See the content below:

  • Financial Accounting
    • Overview
  • General Ledger
    • General Ledger – Master Data, Enterprise Structure, General Ledger – Business Transactions & Open and Cleared Items, General Ledger – Period End Closing & Reporting
  • Bank Accounting
    • House Bank/s
  • Accounts Receivable
    • Key Concepts, Organisation Structure, Master Data, Configuration, Business Transactions, Reporting and Conversion Tips
  • Accounts Payable
    • Overview, Master Data, Invoice Processing, Payment Processing, Reporting and Conversion Tips, Withholding Tax
  • Bank Accounting
    • Electronic Bank Statement, Asset Accounting, Key Concepts & Organisation Structure, Master Data, Business Transactions, Period End Closing & Reporting
  • New GL Online Document Splitting
  • Integration with Other Modules
    • Overview
    • Integration with Material Management (MM)
    • Integration with Sales and Distribution (SD)
    • Integration with Controlling (CO)
  • Case Studies

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Yet Another SAP FICO Configuration Guide

This will be one of the greatest share I will be enjoying :) This valuable FICO Configuration Document is a compilation of quick notes for each step of customization and guides you with nice noted screenshots. You will also find end-user guides after configurations done. Following sub-module configuration steps are covered in this 300 pages material:

  • Introduction to ERP
  • Introduction to SAP
  • Introduction to SAP Modules
  • Introduction to SAP FICO
  • Enterprise Structure Configuration Steps
  • Financial Accounting Global Settings Configuration Steps
  • General Ledger Configuration Steps
  • Accounts Payable Configuration Steps
  • Accounts Receivable Configuration Steps
  • Asset Accounting Configuration Steps

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An Extensive SAP FICO Enduser Manual

Previously, I have shared with you a few Enduser Guides for SAP Finance/Controlling (FICO) modules. Similar to them, the following 314 pages document is also a good compilation for endusers for understanding their daily procudures. This extensive FI/CO end-user document describes the need of each process, gives procedure overview for that process, shows required procedural steps, explain the fields in that process screen with screenshots. You will find end-user guides for the following submodules:

  • Public Sector Management
  • General Ledger
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Asset Accounting
  • Cost Center Accounting

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SAP Accounts Receivable End-User Training Manual

This course will focus on  how SAP Accounts Receivable module manages customer transactions and activities.

The starting point of the course will introduce  the concept of Accounts Receivable Customer Account Master Records creation and will give explanations with regards to how it will relate to transactional processes. The course will also touch on the structures of Customer master record and their significance to processes that are critical to invoice posting, credit management and payment.

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